Ho Chi Minh City: Japan captain Aya Miyama celebrated a double triumph on Sunday night as not only did she lead her team to a first-ever AFC Women’s Asian Cup title, defeating defending champions Australia by a goal to nil, but she also was awarded the tournament’s MVP award for her efforts.
Ho Chi Minh City: Australia coach Alen Stajcic cut an emotional figure as he lauded his team who “fought to the death” against Japan in their 1-0 defeat in the AFC Women’s Asian Cup final on Sunday evening at Thong Nhat Stadium.
Ho Chi Minh City: Japan captain Aya Miyama described winning the AFC Women’s Asian Cup as “the best feeling” after she led her side to a 1-0 victory over defending champions Australia in the tournament final on Sunday at Thong Nhat Stadium.
Ho Chi Minh City: “Mission accomplished” was the message from coach Norio Sasaki after he helmed Japan to a historic maiden AFC Women’s Asian Cup title with a 1-0 victory over defending champions Australia on Sunday at Ho Chi Minh City’s Thong Nhat Stadium.
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