Henifer Hermoso (left)

Hermoso, a victim of forced kissing, leads the way to victory with a preemptive final shot

Renifer Hermoso, who boycotted the national team call-up to demand punishment for the head of her country’s soccer association at the time who forcibly kissed her during the World Cup victory ceremony, led the Spanish women’s soccer team to the Olympic finals for the first time in history. .

The Spanish women’s soccer team defeated the Netherlands 3-0 in the semifinals of the 2023-2024 UEFA Women’s Nations League (UWNL) held at the Estadio de la Cartuja in Seville, Spain on the 24th (Korean time).

Spain, which reached the final, secured a spot in the 2024 Paris Olympics, which is awarded to the top three in the competition.

Hermoso was at the forefront of victory with the go-ahead shot in the 41st minute of the first half.

Luis Rubiales, former President of the Spanish Football Association

Hermoso was forcibly kissed by Luis Rubiales, the president of her country’s soccer association, at the award ceremony after winning the FIFA Women’s World Cup held in Australia in August last year.

Hermoso later confessed that she ‘didn’t feel good’, and 81 Spanish women’s football players refused to be called up to the national team or play in matches.

Afterwards, the players withdrew their boycott when the Spanish Football Association promised to prevent a recurrence, including the resignation of high-ranking officials from the association to resolve the situation.

Hermoso, who returned to the national team, also fired a commemorative shot in the third game of the UWNL group stage against Italy last October.

After Hermoso’s first goal, Spain’s Aitana Bonmatti, who won the Ballon d’Or last October, scored an additional goal in the 45th minute of the first half, and Ona Batje added a key goal in the 32nd minute of the second half. 온라인섯다

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