Spain, ranked sixth in the Fifa rankings, took the lead in the 21st minute.

It was an own goal by a Costa Rican defender.

Less than two minutes later, a second goal came.

After breaking down the Costa Rican flank defense, Bonmati finished with a sensational left-footed shot.

In the 27th minute, Esther Gonzalez scored a third goal, this time to seal the victory.

In the second half, midfielder Putejas, who had been ruled out of the tournament with a knee injury, came on as a substitute.

Putejas, who recently won the Ballon d’Or for the second time in a row, raised expectations with a lively performance.

Spain defeated Costa Rica 3-0.

The Philippines, ranked 46th in the Fifa rankings, challenged Switzerland but couldn’t hide the power differential.

They conceded two goals to Switzerland and lost 2-0, realizing the high barriers of their first World Cup.

[Olivia McDaniel/Philippines goalkeeper: “It’s a dream to be here representing the Filipinas, 먹튀검증토토사이트 we’ve been dreaming of a World Cup, but we want to win.”]

Canadian captain Sinclair takes a penalty kick opportunity, but is saved by the Nigerian goalkeeper.

Canada, who won the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics, failed to find the back of the net against an outclassed Nigeria side.

Just before the end of the second half, Nigeria’s Abiodun was sent off for a rough foul on an opponent’s ankle, but the game ended 0-0.

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