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Jul 2, 2015

Women's World Cup: Late own goal brings Japan to the finals

Defending champion Japan defeated England in the World Cup semifinals.
An own goal in injury time decides the game.
The Japanese women's football team has moved again in the World Cup final. In the semifinals they defeated England by an own goal in stoppage time with 2: 1 (1: 1).

In Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, Canada Aya Miyama brought the "Nadeshiko" in the 33rd minute from the penalty spot for the visitors. Fara Williams (40) resembled also a penalty pending before the break.

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Was the party still been in the first half arm of highlights, put the "Three Lionesses" Japan in the second round under increasing pressure and earned some chances.


The winning goal for the Japanese team then fell late, surprising and strange: In injury time (90 + 2), the Englishwoman Laura Bassett carried the ball during a rescue mission unhappy under the crossbar of his own door.

Japan plays with it on Sunday in the final against the United States. England meets on Saturday in Edmonton in the match for third place at the German footballers.

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