Japan have clinched the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in France with a 3-1 victory over Spain on Friday evening.
Spain with their passing style of play dominated in possession and created goalscoring opportunities, thus, forcing Hannah Stambaugh to pull a couple of saves but did not pay off as it was the Asians who got the opener.
Hinata Miyazawa unleashed a thumping shot outside the 18-yard box to send Japan in the lead in the 38 minute.
The goal inspired the confidence of the Japanese ladies as they wrapped up the game 20 minutes into the second half.
Saori Takarada in the 57th and Fuka Nagano in the 65th munites dented the hopes of Spain coming back into the game.
However, the Spaniards pulled one back in the 71st minute as a consolation goal.
Japan avenged the defeat inflicted on them by Spain in the group stages where Spain won 1-0 over Japan.