Soccer Star Olga Carmona: Father Died After She Scored Winning World Cup Goal for Spain

Official have stated that Soccer Star Olga Carmona scored the winning goal for spain on the World Cup, which turned incredibly bitter on sunday – when she was informed after the match that her father has passed away.

The Royal Spanish Football Fedration said in a statement, “We regret to report the passing of Olga Carmona’s father”, and that this “sad news was revealed after the World Cup Final.”

Soccer Star Olga Carmona Final Match

“During this intense moment of pain, we extend our heartfelt wishes to Olga and her family. The federation expressed. “We love you Olga, you are a part of Spanish football history.”

Carmona’s goal in the 29th minute gave Spain a 1-0 lead over England, and La Rosa successful their first Women’s World Cup championship.

She celebrated the goal by lifting her jersey and revealing a t-shirt with the handwrittn words “MERCHI”. She mentioned about the match, that it was a tribute to the mother of a close friend. Who had recently passed away.

According to OX Sports, she stated, “First and foremost, I want to say that this victory, this achievment, is dedicated to one of my best friends, a mother, who recently passed away.” “I celebrated the goal with her shirt, and from now on, I dedicated it to the entire family with all my love.”

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Carmona, 23 who plays for Real madrid, also scored a goal in the semi-finals.


Where is Olga Carmona from?

Olga Carmona is from Seville, Spain.

Who does Olga Carmona play for?

Olga Carmona currently plays for Real Madrid Femenino and the Spain women’s national football team. She joined Real Madrid in the summer of 2020, after spending four seasons with Sevilla FC. She has been a regular starter for Real Madrid. Carmona has also been a key player for the Spain national team. She made her senior debut in 2021, and she was a member of the team that won the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup. She scored the winning goal in the final against England.

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