USA vs Japan scores and results, highlights Women’s World Cup: US leads 4-0

Carli Lloyd has a first-half hat trick and the USA is dismantling Japan in the Women’s World Cup final. USA leads 4-0 at 26th minute.

Will the Japanese be able to win another World Cup? The United States vs Japan (live stream here) Women’s World Cup 2015 will take place on Sunday at 7:00 PM ET for the championship game in Canada.

The USA Women’s National team outlasted the No. 1 Germany in the semifinal round to be part of the Women’s World Cup title game while Japan defeated England to be back in the same round.

Looking back, the Japanese shocked the world by breaking the hearts of the Americans in penalty shootout in 2011 in the World Cup Finals. Thus, the Japanese have a chance to replicate their performance and be awarded the winners of this competition.

The United States will utilize their best talents with Abby Wamback and forward Alex Morgan. Both players have been explosive in the Women’s World Cup so far. But the United States have to overcome the sting that brought about their loss in 2011 against Japan. They can make this game a motivation and a revenge against the Japanese. Both Morgan and Wambach played in that World Cup finals five years ago.

The Japanese would be considered one of the elite soccer teams if they could end up winning. Four years ago, the Japanese stunned the German viewerships by defeated the hosts and Sweden, who superpowers when it comes to soccer, and beating the United States on penalty kicks.

Truly, who could have think that the Japanese are back again in the World Cup finals? They were amazing against England in the semifinals.

While the United States aim for a revenge, expect Morgan to be featured in this game against Japan. As a matter of fact, Morgan was the youngest member of the American team in 2011, and she would play the best to appease what they lost to Japan four years ago.

To add up to the strength of the USA team, a new superstar has been born in this World Cup 2015, as Julie Johnston making progress in defense.

Johnston, a 23-year-old defender, has a breakout World Cup season as shed moved into another level. The Chicago Red Stars player has made her name in Canada.

With everything on the line, the United States have to take good care of Japan’s most talented player, Aya Miyama, who is the current captain of the team. Miyama will created mismatches at midfield through her usual style. Miyama is a double Asian Confederation Player of the Year, and she holds the ingredient that could lambast the American desire of winning.

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