England won 3-1 to reach the Women’s World Cup final for the first time

7:57 am ET, August 16, 2023

England beat Australia 3-1 to reach Women’s World Cup final for the first time

From CNN’s George Ramsey

England’s Niamh Charles, Georgia Stanway and Keira Walsh celebrate after the match as England progressed to the World Cup soccer final at Stadium Australia on August 16 in Sydney, Australia.

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As the full-time whistle blew in this thrilling semi-final, the England players erupted in celebration.

It really is an amazing game: Ella Dunegave an amazing strike of Lions Front lead Sam Kerr – and of course with the goal of the match – equalized for Australia with a brilliant, long-range effort midway through the second half.

England rallied well, however, and set up their first Women’s World Cup final. Lauren Hemp And Alexia Russo.

It was a heartbreaking end to the World Cup of MatildaWho united a nation with their best run in the tournament.

Spain is now waiting Lions. After winning Europe last year, can England add a Women’s World Cup title to their trophy cabinet? Or can Red Do you deny what a historical double is?

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