Millions of Spaniards celebrated yesterday the triumph of the Spanish women's soccer team at the World Cup. Most were far from the Accord Stadium in Sydney, where the final was held, but among those who were able to attend the Spain-England match live was the actress Elsa Pataky, accompanied by her husband, the 'actor Chris Hemsworth, and his three children. The Madrid player celebrated Olga Moreno's goal with jumps and shouts, as she published with videos and photos on her Instagram profile, and at the end immortalized the historic moment with her family, from the stands and with the players in the background celebrating the triumph.
The women's soccer team has received many congratulations, starting with the institutional ones, from the Royal House (despite the fact that Queen Letícia and Infanta Sofia went to Sydney to support them), Pedro Sánchez, Irene Montero, Yolanda Díaz, Isabel Díaz Ayuso and Alberto Núñez Feijóo, among others. But he has also received congratulations from Barack Obama and Spanish footballers and athletes.
But not only sport and politics have been proud of the historic triumph of the Spanish footballers, numerous artists have also congratulated them through social networks. Alejandro Sanz was one of the first: "I am so happy for you! You deserve everything and more!" "Huge" is the adjective used by Antonio Banderas. Antonio Orozco wrote "You have become an inspiration for an entire generation", with a video of the beginnings of all the players. Other congratulations have been those of Raphael ("Enjoy this well-deserved and historic victory"), Javier Cámara ("For so many prejudices thrown out the window"), Pablo Alborán ("Joy for everyone"), Vanesa Martín, Anabel Alonso, Paula Echevarría, Dani Martín (“What pride!”), Manel Fuentes (“We have achieved it”), Sandra Sabatés (“To continue opening paths”), Ana Mena, Lola Índigo, Miguel Ángel Muñoz, Nuria Roca, Roberto Leal, Rosana (“Happiness is the only thing that is shared and multiplied”), Chenoa, Camela or Manu Tenorio (“It's time to change things”).