Spain women's football team create history with World Cup final appearance
The Spanish women's national football team have qualified for the World Cup final for the first time, after a dramatic 2-1 victory over Sweden in Auckland, New Zealand.
The match was a tightly contested affair, with both teams creating chances but failing to score for most of the game. The deadlock was finally broken in the 81st minute, when Salma Paralluelo scored for Spain with a surprise shot from the middle of the penalty area.
The Swedes equalized in the 88th minute through Rebecka Blomqvist, but Spain struck back just two minutes later, with Olga Carmona scoring the winner with a spectacular shot from the edge of the box.
The victory is a historic moment for Spanish women's football, and the team will now face either Australia or England in the final on Saturday.