Canada gets t he 7th place

Canada clearly passed over Japan in the match for the 7th position of the championship.

Boths teams had a simmilar performance during the tournament. They both started the championship strongly but some injuries and probably the fatigue made them lost some freshure.

It was an easy match for the Canadish guys, again, their best players Samuel and Liam scored two goals each one and added another one from Matt Brown in the 51'

Anywhere it was certainly the best Japanese performance in an international competition of this level, remarkable they were always able to compete against all of the teams.

Congratulations for both teams.

Canada
 
Name
Class
Played
Goals Scored
Sub In
Sub Out
Yellow
Red
1
FT2 C
60'
2
FT7 C
60'
15', 36'
5
FT2 RFD 20
60'
38', 59'
8
FT5 C
60'
9
FT2 RFD 20
50'
50'
10
FT2 RFD 20
31'
31'
12
FT2 RFD 20
45'
45'
3
FT7 RFD
15'
45'
7
FT2 RFD 20
10'
50'
11
FT7 C
29'
51'
31'
13
FT7 C
0'
14
FT6 C
0'
Head coach: Drew Ferguson
Japan
 
Name
Class
Played
Goals Scored
Sub In
Sub Out
Yellow
Red
1
FT7 C
54'
54'
5
FT6 RFD
60'
16'
6
FT7 RFD
60'
7
FT7 RFD
60'
48'
9
FT7 C
60'
10
FT8 RFD
60'
11
FT7 C
60'
2
FT7 C
6'
54'
3
FT5 C
44'
16'
4
FT7 C
0'
8
FT7 C
0'
12
FT6 RFD
0'
14
FT7 RFD
6'
54'
Head coach: Junichi Sano