FIFA U'20 WOMEN'S WORLD CUP ENDS TODAY
It remains few hours to bring the enthralling FIFA Under 20 women's world cup to an end, the tournament that kicked off some weeks ago in France will be brought to an end when Spain battle with Japan this evening 6:30pm(GMT+1).
The tournament which kick off with 16 countries from 6 continents is being hosted by France, a country which tried hard to be among the last four of the tournament.
In the first semifinal match of the tournament the hosting country France got walloped by Spain and the second semifinal saw the Japan eliminating their England counterpart. This means that, in some hours time France and England will be vying for the third place position, this is scheduled to be at 3:30pm today.
It is to be noted that the finalists are from the same group, Spain topped group C while Japan was the runner up in the group, with this, both countries have met in the second match of the group stage, a match that ended 1:0 in favour of Spain.
Today final will be an enthralling match because the Japan's team will not miss the golden opportunity to lift the trophy this time around while their Spain counterpart will try to wallop Japan again.
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