FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 Final: What time is US vs Japan soccer match
Will Japan make history by retaining the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 soccer? The way they have played throughout the tournament shows their determination to do so.
There is no denying the fact that many soccer enthusiast wanted the final match to be played between Germany and the US. It is because of the fact that the two reams are rated first and second rank respectively.
To be true, not many people thought that the team USA will be able to beat soccer power house, Germany. But the US eves won it rather easily.
There was no denying the fact that the match looked tough at least initially. The contest was marked by a costly spot-kick failure from Celia Sasic, while Lloyd tuck away her penalty a few minutes later before then setting up Kelley Oâ€™Hara for a late sealer. The match was played at high tempo and with a level of physicality that you would expect of a match of this importance between the two highest ranked teams in the world.
It must be kept in mind that the US eved had the better of the opening half as the Germans pressed hard when not in possession, while the Stars and Stripe looked typically steadfast in defence. Meanwhile at the other end of the pitch striker Alex Morgan had the best sights of goal. She firstly was denied by Nadine Angerer in a one-on-one opportunity after making a perfectly timed run behind the backline. Morgan then struck another effort wide from an acute angle from close range. It was enchanting throughout the match.
If you are eager to watch 2015 FIFA Womenâ€™s World Cup Final live streaming, you can watch it on Fox. A Spanish-language broadcast can be accessed on NBC Universo. The 2015 FIFA Womenâ€™s World Cup Final can be watched live online on Fox Sports Go.Â The two teams will face each other for the FIFA Womenâ€™s World Cup 2015 title at 7 p.m. on Sunday in BC Place Stadium in VancouverÂ
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