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2023 Women's World Cup

World Cup win hasn’t silenced Vilda critics

James Whitehead / SPP

SYDNEY, Australia – The World Cup has a new home with Spain hoisting the trophy for the first time following a 1-0 win over England in front of 75,784 at Stadium Australia. 


While all the attention should have been on Spain’s players and their achievement of winning a World Cup, that wasn’t the case. 


It was on Jorge Vilda. 

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