of Spain Parallel Salma And Aitana BonmatiEngland Mary’s ear and Japan Miyazawa Hinata are excellent players recognized by great individual awards at the tournament 2023 Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
Paralluelo and Bonmati picked it up Young player of the tournament And Golden Ballbefore Spain lifted the World Cup trophy for the first time after a 1-0 win over England on Sunday (August 20) in Sydney.
Despite Japan’s elimination in the quarterfinals, miyazawa pick golden boat prizes with a total of five goals. She is closely followed by Sweden Amanda Ilestedt and France Kadidiatou Diani.
England ear plug was awarded golden gloves after her incredible campaign, including crucial saves in the final against Spain.
The Golden Shoe: Miyazawa Hinata
Miyazawa received the Golden Shoe award after Score five goals and make one assist throughout the tournament.
The Japanese player scored four goals in the group stage: twice in a 5-0 win over Zambia and twice more in Japan’s 4-0 win over defending world champions Spain.
She then scored in Japan’s 3-1 win over Norway in the Round of 16, but failed to score in the quarter-final loss to Sweden.
The last time a Japanese player won the Golden Shoe award was at the 2011 Women’s World Cup when Sawah Homare manage five goals.
Golden Gloves: Mary Earps
Earps received the Golden Glove after proving his worth once again as football’s best goalkeeper, repeatedly helping England enter the tournament with a number of stellar saves.
Although Spain Olga Carmona Overcoming Earps in the final, the British tennis player calmly refused Jennifer Hermoso from position in the second half.
The 30-year-old goalkeeper kept three clean sheets during the tournament and only conceded four goals in general, never conceded more than one goal in a match.
Golden Ball: Aitana Bonmati
The golden ball was awarded to the tournament’s best player and at this tournament the newly crowned world champion of Spain Aitana Bonmati was awarded.
Management Bonmati three goals and two assists during the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup and was a major figure in her nation’s winning campaign.
Starting all seven of Spain’s matches at the tournament, the Barcelona midfielder launched a strategy in favor of Spain’s possession and helped *La Roja’* win its first world championship trophy.
Spain’s Jennifer Hermoso was awarded the Silver Ball, while Sweden’s Amanda Illestedt won Bronze.
Young Player: Salma Paralluelo
Salma Paralluelo captured the world’s attention in this tournament and was rewarded for doing so.
The 19-year-old received the Young Player of the Year award in the wake of her incredible debut campaign with Spain. This included a 111th-minute goal against the Netherlands to send Spain into the semi-finals.
The winger also scored Spain’s opening goal in the semi-final against Sweden and had several close-range chances against England in the final.