JAPAN WIN FIFA U-20 WOMEN'S WORLD CUP
Yesterday was made historic day for the Japan team as the country imprints her name in the historical archive of FIFA Under 20 Women's World Cup winners after walloping the Spanish team by three goals to one.
With yesterday victory, Japan has now joined other four countries that have clinched the trophy in its ninth edition.
Hinata Miyazawe gives Japan the first goal at the 38th minutes of the match, and makes the match ended in first half 1:0 in favour of Japan.
At the 57th minutes, Saudi Takarada adds another before Fuka Nagano secures the victory at the 65th minutes. Later in the match Candela Andujar gives the Spanish team a consolation goal which now makes the match ended 3:1.
Earlier before the final match, England has defeated the hosting country France in the third place encounter through penalty shoot out by 4:2, the match ended 1:1 but the England team clinched the third position through penalty shoot out.
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