The Women’s World Cup has officially come to an end, with Spain winning its first-ever championship in the tournament. The championship match took place Sunday morning, with Spain meeting England in Sydney, Australia, to decide the winner of the biggest event in the world of women’s soccer.
The game started fast, with both sides taking shots that narrowly missed the target. Then, in the 29th minute, Spain struck with the first goal of the game off a kick from team captain Olga Carmona. When the game was finally over, that would be the only goal that either team scored. Spain beat England by a score of 1-0.
Carmona’s day was not all good, however, as the Royal Spanish Football Federation released a statement regarding her father, who died shortly after the game. MSN translated the message. “The RFEF deeply regrets to announce the death of Olga Carmona’s father. The footballer learned the sad news after the World Cup final. We send our most sincere embrace to Olga and her family in a moment of deep sorrow. We love you, Olga, you are Spanish soccer history.”
Unfortunately for the Spanish team, much of the buzz surrounding their victory will be overshadowed by the historic underperformance of the women from the United States of America. The USA team was bounced in the round of 16 in what was the worst showing since the inception of the team.
Conservative television star Megyn Kelly was one of the first to push back against the woke proclivities of Team USA, basing star player Megan Rapinoe for her constant woke virtue signaling and poor performances on the field. “She was too focused on her wokeism, it trickled down to her troops, and now they’re losers.”
“It was a miss, it was a loss, and it was the end of her career. And good. Goodbye,” Kelly continued. “I won’t miss her or her leadership.” Rapinoe was unable to come through for the team in multiple important situations this year, and that cost the USWNT dearly when all was said and done.
Ben Shapiro offered a brief explanation of who Megyn Rapinoe is for those who are blissfully unaware, “she’s most famous for having blue hair and also for really hating America. I mean, the national anthem is bad and America is a deeply sexist and racist place, even though they’re paying her way too much money to play a sport no one has ever watched, except once every four years when we all pretend to be interested in women’s soccer and all the rest of it.”
With the end of the tournament finally having come to pass, it is also time to say goodbye, for now, to the dominance that the American women once held in the world of women’s soccer. No longer is the team a powerhouse, having decided to turn to political messages and complaining about their home nation instead of playing great soccer and winning trophies.
INTRODUCING THE FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP 2023™ CHAMPIONS 🏆🇪🇸
Congratulations, Spain 👏
— Optus Sport (@OptusSport) August 20, 2023
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