Spain defeated Sweden to reach the final of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia-New Zealand 2023.Spain scored three goals in the final 10 minutes to earn a dramatic 2-1 victory over Sweden in the tournament’s semifinal at Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand, on Friday .Spain, whose previous best finish was the round of 16 at the 2019 tournament in France, reached the World Cup final for the first time in its history. After falling to Japan 0-4 in the group stage, Spain defeated Costa Rica (3-0) and Zambia (5-0) in their previous two matches to finish second in the group behind Japan, and went on to defeat Switzerland (5-1) in the round of 16 and the Netherlands (2-1) in the quarterfinals. Sweden defeated Japan 2-1 in the quarterfinals to reach the semifinals, creating a bitey relationship between the three nations in the tournament. Spain also won its first ever A-match against Sweden. However, 10 of the previous 11 meetings (four draws and seven defeats) were played before 2002, and the general consensus is that Spain has been better than Sweden in recent years .Spain will play the winner of the Australia-England match on Sept. 16 (kickoff 7 p.m.) for the trophy at Stadium Australia in Sydney, Australia on Sept. 20 (kickoff 7 p.m.).Spain, who consistently dominated the midfield battle, were unfortunate to see Alvaro Redondo’s crucial 26th-minute shot go wide of the post in the second half. A cross from the left by Henrikh Hermoso was met by Redondo, who raced into the box and headed to the left of the post .Just before the ball was cleared off the line, Salma Farahuelo made a difficult save to cut back, but Redondo’s second time around, as he fell, was just wide left of the 카지노사이트킹 post. The Spaniards pounded away and finally took the lead .In the 36th minute, Spain’s diagonal cross hit a defender and Farahuelo, who was at the front of the goal area, placed a right-footed ground ball into the bottom right corner of the net to make it 1-0That was just the beginning of the “thriller” that unfolded in the final 10 minutes. Sweden tied the game in the 43rd minute when Rebecca Blomkvist scored a right-footed volley off a header pass from Lina Hurtig. Olga Carmona, who specializes in mid-range shots, put the finishing touches on a game that seemed headed for overtime .Carmona connected with a powerful right-footed mid-range shot off a Teresa Aveira corner kick in the 44th minute. The outstretched shot hit the crossbar and crossed the goal line.