Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Women's World Cup 2011: Diamond Ink for Japan

    Saki Kumagai when defender stepped into the penalty box, eye coach Japanese women, Norio Sasaki was so dazed.
    While in the middle of the field, captain Homare Sawa et al could not help but look on his face tense extraordinary nan. So kick back Urawa Red Diamonds failed dihalai goalkeeper Hope Solo, was the whole excitement exploded Nedeshiko stronghold. Well, kick 12 fit players back numbered 4 was indeed a determinant of the success of the country's embrace Sunrise Women's World Cup 2011!. The goal was to make Japan win 3-1 on penalties over the more favored giants, the United States on Monday (18 / 7) pm dawn, at the Frankfurt World Cup Stadium.

    Japan claimed the inaugural trophy struggle throughout the history of football they are traversed by the sacrifice and hard work are extraordinary. In normal times, they can only reply to the U.S. goal, nine minutes from time through the action of Aya Miyama. Previously, the land of Uncle Sam bust nets Ayumi Kaihori through Alex Morgan in the 69th minute. In the extension of time, again leading the U.S. through a sharp striker, Abby Wambach at minute 104. Relentless efforts paid off when the team's captain and inspiration, Homare Sawa, equalizer, 12 minutes later.
    Japanese heroic action continues in the race-tosan tos. This time shift Ayumi Kaihori goalkeeper who became a hero. INAC club goalkeeper Leonessa Kobe, who just turned 24 this year, successfully resist kicking Carli Lloyd and Tobin Heath, Abby Wambach only be successful. While in the Japanese camp, only striker who failed to Nagasato Yuki, Mizuho Sakaguchi, Aya Miyama and Saki Kumagai managed to help their country printing ink diamonds, not gold anymore.
    Understandably, a trip to the final fairly fantastic. In the semifinal they get rid of the sign allegedly favorite Swedish champion, after bending the Germans (1-0), had lost to England (0-2) win over Mexico (4-0) and New Zealand (2-1). Samura-samura Happiness is getting pretty full after the captain Homare Sawa earned a top score and entitled to the Golden Boot, after collecting five goals and Player of the 2011 World Cup. Japan also grabbed the team title as the most fair play.
    At the World Cup All Star team, which is the result of FIFA's choice, among the journalists and fans, the Japanese put four players, namely Ayumi Kaihori goalkeeper, midfielders and three at a time, Aya Miyama, Shinobu Ohno and Homare Sawa.
    "The results are quite remarkable, I think this is not just a gold record, but a diamond. We know this opportunity comes only once, and it's been feeling since we escaped from the group phase. Truly a team game and enjoy life. In the finals, we were a little nervous because this is the first time at the party after a failed summit since 1991. The players worked very hard, and they deserve an embedded hero to the Japanese people who were trying to get up in the tsunami, "said Norio Sasaki, Japan coach at the tournament site, yesterday.
    The mentor is true, the Japanese squad has incredible passion. In the final, captain Homare Sawa still feel pain, not to mention having to play with ten men following a red card for defender Azusa Iwashimizu at minute 121. But the spirit that is what makes Abby Wambach, Alex Morgan, Lauren Cheney, Carli Lloyd, Tobin Heath, Shanno Boxx, Rachel Buehler until Amy LePeilbet, desperate to break through the nets Kaihori.

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