Haiti Clinch Historic First FWWC After 2-1 Defeat of Chile

Haiti have made FIFA Women's World Cup history by reaching the finals for the first time after defeating Chile 2-1 in an inter-continental playoff on Wednesday in auckland new Zealand.

Melchie Dumornay scored twice for Haiti which held on for the victory after Chile's maria rojas scored in stoppage time to cut the lead to a single goal.

Haiti ranked 55th in the world advance to join England Denmark and China in Group D at the Women's World Cup. 

The 2023 FIFA women's world cup will take place in Australia and New Zealand from july 20th to august 20th.