Canada leads group D

Canada easily beat Japan, although the japanese team had a very well organized defense.

Japan was defending quite well until a single play from Liam Stanley. Once the can was open, the Canadian captain scored two immediate and nice goals, one of them from a nice free kick which ends close to the crossbar. The first half closed with a final 3-0 for Canada.

At the second half nothing changed and the reds kept the control of the ball and also the opportunitties. Samuel Charron on his way to be one of the tournaments top scorer signed two more goals and late on Vito Proietti closed the scorer with the final 7-0.

Canada
 
Name
Class
Played
Goals Scored
Sub In
Sub Out
Yellow
Red
2
FT7 C
60'
10', 41'
5
FT2 RFD 20
60'
11', 13', 36', 38'
7
FT2 RFD 20
38'
38'
8
FT5 C
60'
53'
9
FT2 RFD 20
60'
31'
11
FT7 C
31'
31'
12
FT2 RFD 20
49'
49'
14
FT6 C
60'
1
FT2 C
0'
3
FT7 RFD
22'
38'
4
FT2 C
0'
10
FT2 RFD 20
0'
13
FT7 C
11'
49'
Head coach: Drew Ferguson
Japan
 
Name
Class
Played
Goals Scored
Sub In
Sub Out
Yellow
Red
1
FT7 C
46'
46'
2
FT7 C
60'
4
FT7 C
49'
49'
6
FT7 RFD
60'
7
FT7 RFD
60'
8
FT7 C
60'
12
FT6 RFD
15'
15'
3
FT5 C
45'
15'
5
FT6 RFD
0'
9
FT7 C
0'
11
FT7 C
11'
49'
14
FT7 RFD
14'
46'
Head coach: Junichi Sano