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12 June 2019, 06:29 | Henrietta Morgan
FIFA Women's World Cup match report Spain v South Africa
South Africa, ranked 49th, were making their first World Cup appearance.
They held onto that advantage until deep into the second period, Hermoso dispatching a spot-kick in the 70th-minute after her side had laid siege to the South Africa goal for almost the entirety of the half.
Spain, ranked No 13 in the world, finished last in their group four years ago in Canada, the country's only other appearance in the tournament.
The first penalty came after a handball by South Africa captain Janine van Wyk and the second after follow through tackle by full back Nothando Vilakazi on Garcia which earned Vilakazi a second yellow card and a dismissal.
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A lofted attempt from Thembi Kgatlana saw the underdogs take a surprise lead, the forward's shot arcing beyond the desperate reach of Sandra Panos.
Virginia Torrecilla had a goal disallowed for offside as Spain stepped up the pressure, and it told when Vilakazi recklessly dived in on Garcia, with Hermoso stepping up to complete the comeback.
It was the second Group B match of the day.
With their respective victories, Spain and Germany temporarily stand first and second in Group A, while China are on the third and South Africa at the bottom.
Gwinn's powerful 66th-minute shot from the edge of the penalty area flew into the left corner.
South Africa will be hoping their 7-2 loss to Norway last Sunday in a friendly global will not dampen their morale as they are the lowest ranked side in Group B. An own goal made it 3-0 and wrapped up scoring before the break.
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