Japan vs. Argentina in 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup

Argentina will face Japan in their World Cup opener. AFP

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Correa was called into action five minutes after the restart, pawing Kumi Yokoyama's long-range drive into the path of Sugasawa, who blazed over from an acute angle. "We have to bring something to the table to face them". But he also pointed out that, while his family had a vested stake in the match, he knew many others who attended the game did not have ties to Argentina or Japan.

The point was not lost on numerous more than 25,000 fans who attended the match at Paris' Parc de Princes. "It was satisfying to gain a point in this World Cup".

"We were really a bit tight, and maybe it cost us the win", Sameshima, 31, said. If you are in India and looking for free live streaming and online stream of Argentina vs Japan, then scroll down below for details. FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 Schedule Free PDF Download in IST: Fixtures, Groups, Time Table in Indian Time with Venue Details of Football WC in France. Argentina vs Japan match will be telecast on Sony ESPN and Sony ESPN HD TV channels.

Smatterings of Argentina fans tried to get their team going with chants of "Ar-gen-tina, Ar-gen-tina" but it was another relatively low turnout from fans following England's game against Scotland in Nice on Sunday.

She was tenacious both with and without the ball and both first-half yellow cards were for rough Japanese challenges on the Argentine captain.

Japan had a good deal of possession around the Argentina box but could not find a way to test Correa in the first half.

She made amends later with a commanding presence on corners and crosses that was a welcome relief to her teammates. "She's got a lot of experience and she showed that".

Japan had won all four of their previous meetings with the South Americans but were left frustrated by the stalemate in Paris ahead of their Group D match against Scotland on Friday (June 14).

Defender Kadeisha Buchanan scored on the stroke of halftime to hand Canada a winning start to the women's World Cup as they edged Cameroon 1-0 at a rainy Stade de La Mosson on Monday. But all eyes were on her teammate Christine Sinclair, who is four goals away from becoming the sport's all-time global top scorer.

Cameroon was a surprise at the 2015 World Cup, advancing out of the group stage before falling to China in the round of 16.

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