A very well worked Aussie victory

A very well positioned Australian team never give a chance to the Japanese team that treid it in every way.
1st goal from David Barber throw, almost an own goal but referee awarded it to Ryan Kinner,

Australia controled the posession for majority of game. Odd chance from both sites.

Extremy good defended Japan nº 10 Temma Inoue kept out of the game by close marking.

Australia will now compete for the 5th place against Northern Ireland and Japan will challenge Canada for 7th

Australia
 
Name
Class
Played
Goals Scored
Sub In
Sub Out
Yellow
Red
1
FT7 C
60'
2
FT7 C
47'
47'
4
FT7 RFD
60'
60'
5
FT6 R
60'
11'
7
FT7 C
60'
9
FT7 C
60'
54'
14
FT8 C
60'
3
FT7 C
0'
60'
6
FT7 C
0'
10
FT7 C
0'
12
FT7 RFD
13'
47'
13
FT5 RFD
0'
15
FT7 RFD
0'
21
FT5 C
0'
Head coach: Kai Lammert
Japan
 
Name
Class
Played
Goals Scored
Sub In
Sub Out
Yellow
Red
5
FT6 RFD
60'
6
FT7 RFD
60'
7
FT7 RFD
31'
31'
9
FT7 C
60'
10
FT8 RFD
60'
11
FT7 C
60'
2
FT7 C
23'
31'
54'
3
FT5 C
0'
4
FT7 C
0'
8
FT7 C
6'
54'
12
FT6 RFD
0'
14
FT7 RFD
0'
Head coach: Junichi Sano