Spain Beats England 1-0 to Win First Women's World Cup

Spain's success in its third World Cup played stopped the reigning European champion Lionesses

Olga Carmona scored in the 29th minute to win for Spain. 

The left back became the seventh player in World Cup history to score in both the semifinals and final for Spain.

Spain, which had a near mutiny last year when 15 players defected, pressed throughout the final.

Spain led in the first half despite early chances for both teams.

England captain Millie Bright cleared Aitanna Bonmatti's 36th-minute free kick as La Roja dominated possession.

But that provided Irene Paredes a chance the defense couldn't score.

Spain has created 24 scoring opportunities per game in the tournament, compared to 14 for England. 

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