“Golden Girls! Confident of winning the World Cup for the first time since 1966” British newspaper’s hot headline… England’s women’s celebration ‘It’s a festival’
England went into an uproar as the women’s soccer team made it to the World Cup finals for the first time ever.
England won 3-1 in the semi-final against Australia, the host country of the FIFA 2023 Australia-New Zealand Women’s World Cup on the 16th, confirming their first ever finale. In the final, which will be held at 7 p.m. on the 20th, we will face European rival Spain, who have defeated Sweden. England, which lifted the trophy by winning a 2-1 come-from-behind victory against Spain in the quarterfinals of Euro 2022 on July 21 last year, is full of expectations for its first ever World Cup victory. It is a confrontation between two emerging European powerhouses who have never reached the final since the Women’s World Cup was launched in 1991. ‘Chelsea ace’ Lauren James, who received a red card for stepping on the back of an opponent in the round of 16 against Nigeria, can play in the final after a two-game ban. every thousand.메이저놀이터
England lost to Japan in the semifinals of the 2015 Canadian Tournament and to the United States in the semifinals of the 2019 Tournament in France. In a situation where Japan and the United States were also eliminated, Australia, backed by the absolute support of home fans, succeeded in making it to the finals for the first time in history.
England coach Sarina Wigman, who led the Netherlands to the final in the last tournament, achieved the feat of leading the finals in four FIFA women’s tournaments. Coach Wigman reached the final as the Dutch coach at the 2017 Women’s Euro and the 2019 France Women’s World Cup, and reached the final as England’s coach at the 2022 Women’s Euro and 2023 Women’s World Cup, leading two different countries to the Women’s World Cup final. He was recorded as the first director.
The English media are covering the news of the Women’s World Cup finals as headlines on the front page and organizing a special page to reflect the heat. The Daily Mirror picked the front page title of ‘Historical Girls’, D.I’s ‘Wonder Woman’, and Metro’s “goal-den” girls’ headlines.
The Daily Express titled “Dare we dream?” and said, “England seems ready to end the pain of 57 years. ” It was emphasized that it was the first final line. The Daily Star also revealed the expectation of winning the World Cup for the first time under the headline of ’66’s dream.’ The Daily Telegraph revealed the pride of the head of football, saying “football’s coming home.” Along with the headline, they expressed confidence that betting against England’s victory was foolish, with
some newspapers predicting a £185 million boost to the British economy as fans took to the streets to celebrate England’s victory. The Times noted that although the final against Spain starts at 11am British time on Sunday, some pubs are struggling as they are not allowed to sell alcohol before noon on Sunday. It has also been argued that there is no way to stop serving drinks.