Spain captain committed to winning despite not knowing ‘father died’
The father of a player in the Women’s World Cup Final on Tuesday in Sydney, Australia, died before the final, 토토사이트 but the team didn’t announce his death so that the player could focus on the game – and then the player scored the winning goal in the World Cup Final.
The player in question is Olga Carmona, the captain of the Spanish women’s national team and a left fullback. She is 23 years old.
She scored a goal with her left foot in the 29th minute of the first half to give Spain a 1-0 win over England.
He also scored a late winner in a 2-1 win over Sweden in the semifinals. This made him the first player to score in both the final and semifinals. 스포츠토토 This is the first time since Carli Lloyd at the 2015 U.S. World Cup.
His father died on Nov. 18 after a long illness. However, the Spanish soccer federation and the family chose not to announce his death so that he could focus on the game.
His mom and siblings arrived in Australia the day before the final to support him in person. As a result, Carmona went into the game completely unaware of his father’s death and scored the winning goal.
He learned of his father’s passing after all the ceremonies, including the post-match awards ceremony.
“I went into the game not knowing that my father had passed away. I think he gave me the strength to score the winning goal. I give him all the glory,” he said.
Spain, ranked sixth in the FIFA rankings, defeated European champions England, ranked fourth in the FIFA rankings, 1-0 on Tuesday in the final of the Women’s World Cup Australia-New Zealand 2023 at Stadium Australia in Sydney, 스포츠토토맨 Australia. It was Spain’s first Women’s World Cup title.