28 June, 2011

Women's World Cup: Japan v New Zealand Highlights

It took only five minutes for Japan's #17 Nagasato to open up the scoring with a wonderful chip of the keeper from the right side of the box. Just 6 minutes later, though, New Zealand's #9 Hearn returned the favor on an unmarked header at the back post off a delightful chip into the box. It remained deadlocked until the middle of the second half when a free kick by Miyama found the upper right 90 from 20yrds out. Despite winning, Japan certainly has to feel troubled as they were expected to run out winners by a comfortable margin. Final, Japan wins 2-1.

Video: Footytube

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