Morocco created history by defeating South Korea 1-0 in the Women's World Cup.

Morocco made history in more ways than one during their 1-0 win over South Korea at the Women's World Cup on Sunday.

In this match, defender Nouhaila Benzina became the first player to wear a hijab in a World Cup game at the senior level.

Ibtisam Zradi scored the first goal of the World Cup for Atlas Lyonesse.

Morocco scored in the sixth minute and managed to consolidate their position for the remainder of the match.

The win kept 72nd-ranked Morocco in contention to advance to the knockout stage of the tournament.

Morocco got off to a bright start when they scored their first goal in the World Cup in the sixth minute.

Morocco has become the first Arab nation to win a game in the Women's World Cup.

South Korea is almost out of the tournament after their second defeat in the tournament.