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Women's World Cup 2023: England and Spain start with strong performances

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England and Spain have started their campaigns with notable victories in the Women's World Cup 2023, showcasing their determination to make a mark in the tournament.

England's Lionesses are gearing up for their opening match against Haiti in Brisbane on Saturday. Captain Millie Bright has been declared fit for the Group D clash, boosting the team's confidence ahead of the crucial game. Sarina Wiegman, the team's coach, expressed her commitment to bringing home England's first-ever World Cup trophy, stating that the players will give their all on the field.

Meanwhile, Spain began their World Cup journey with an impressive 3-0 win against Costa Rica. The Spanish team exhibited their dominance throughout the match, with Aitana Bonmati's stunning goal stealing the spotlight. The victory sets a strong foundation for Spain as they aim to progress further in the tournament.

In other matches, Christine Sinclair, the talismanic player for Olympic champions Canada, missed a penalty, squandering the opportunity to make World Cup history. Canada had to settle for a 0-0 draw against Nigeria in a closely contested encounter. On the other hand, Switzerland secured a 2-0 win over debutants Philippines, taking the top spot in Group A.

The Women's World Cup has just begun, and fans can expect to witness exhilarating matches, surprises, and moments of brilliance from some of the world's best footballing talents.

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