Spain’s women’s national football team win their first World Cup, defeating England 1-0 on Sunday.
Paul Rhys spent five years as a sports reporter, producer and presenter at Al Jazeera English in Qatar, before moving to Paris to cover sport in Europ... e. He has travelled to major events such as the Rugby World Cup in France and New Zealand, the Beijing Olympics, the Africa Cup of Nations in Angola and the football World Cup in South Africa. Follow @Pjc_rhys //
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