USA WORLD CHAMPION, CROSS THE JAPAN FOR 5 TO 2

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In sixteen minutes the Americans overwhelm the strong Japanese and conquer the world title.
In front of 53.341 spectators opens the world final of Canada 2015 with the girls with stars and stripes that start strong and push forward surprising the rearguard who suffers the first goal after just three minutes with Lloyd that repeats two minutes later and then put signing his personal hat-trick with the fourth network signed at 16 'after Holiday had scored the third seal. 16 forcing minutes that bring down the very strong former world champions who can do nothing against the American stratospheric.
At the 27 'the Japanese manage to distance themselves with Ogimi who overcomes Hope Solo after 540 minutes of unbeatenness. The goal restores balance and confidence to the girls of the rising sun that are close to doubling with Aya Miyama but Hope Solo neutralizes.


The recovery sees the United States forward but it will be Japan to go with Johnston to the 52 '. The hopes for a comeback for the Japanese go out with the fifth American network signed by Heath only two minutes later.
The Americans won this world with merit after bending Germany and redeemed the defeat of the iridata suffered with Japan in the 2011. Two excellent performances that demonstrated the superiority of the training coached by Jill Ellis who celebrates the 3 ° World title after the last victory obtained in the distant 1999.

From Washington President Barack Obama immediately tweets his satisfaction: "What a Team USA victory! Great match @CarliLloyd! Your country is very proud of you. Come and visit us at the White House soon with the World Cup".

Honor to the magnificent US girls 23:

1 Hope ONLY

2 Sydney LEROUX
3 Christie RAMPONED
4 Becky SAUERBRUNN
5 Kelley OR HARA
6 Whitney ENGEN
7 Shannon BOXX
8 Amy RODRIGUEZ
9 Heather O REILLY
10 Carli LLOYD
11 Ali KRIEGER
12 Lauren HOLIDAY
13 Alex MORGAN
14 Morgan BRIAN
15 Megan RAPINOE
16 Lori CHALUPNY
17 Tobin HEATH
18 Ashlyn HARRIS
19 Julie JOHNSTON
20 Abby WAMBACH
21 Alyssa NAEHER
22 Meghan KLINGENBERG
23 Christen PRESS

Coach: Jill ELLIS

Register of Gold:

United States 3 (1991, 1999, 2015)
Germany 2 (2003, 2007)
Norway 1 (1995)
Japan 1 (2011)

The appointment with the next World Cup is between 4 years with the hope to see our blue stars as protagonists too!

Walter Pettinati
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