Spain claimed their first Women's World Cup title in under a year after a player revolt

– Olga Carmona's crucial first-half goal secured Spain's victory and marked their maiden major international trophy.

– This triumph also made Spain the first European team to win the Women's World Cup since Germany in 2007.

– Spain's victory came despite a player rebellion last year, demonstrating their resilience and unity.

– England entered the tournament with momentum but faced key player injuries, impacting their performance.

– The match encountered a brief disruption by a person rushing onto the field, swiftly dealt with by security.