Japan made an easy match against Norway and in a home battle Sunday in Geneva they won 4-1 at home in Tottori.
Japan has struck Norway in five of the last six games and we have to go back to 2013 to find Norway's last victory against what has become the main act in women's football. This time Caroline Graham Hansen and Ada Hegerberg scored for Norway.
Graham Hansen was also included in the match played on Sunday morning in Norwegian time, while Ada Hegerberg no longer wants to play Norway and give up the national team.
16 minutes was played in the first round when Japan took the lead. Kumi Yokohama gives the free kick for 17 meters.
11 minutes later it became 2-0. Mana Iwabuchi playes and scores.
Japan continued to score even after a break. Mana Iwabuchi was a gunner when he placed a post from Emi Nakajima ten minutes into the game. 63 minutes into the game, the home side made a score of 4 – 0 with Yuka Momikidrar.
Midfielder Ina Gausdal was replaced by Kristine Bjørdal Leine, who is 25 minutes left and nine minutes ahead of full time, was Captain Kolbotn, who was given the honor to introduce a reduction to Norway.
Three players received a debut for Norway during the match. Sandviken Stina Hovland played the entire match in the Norwegian central defense. Hovland is the sister of Rosenborg Even Hovland. Therese Sessy Åsland and Emilie Nautnes also got the first minutes for Norway. Åsland was replaced for Vilde Bøe Risa with 16 minutes left to play. At the same time, Nautnesa joined Lisa-Maria Karlseng.
The fight against Japan was the last match of Norway in the year.
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