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  • Sugita: I’m living a dream

    Sugita: I’m living a dream

    Hina Sugita spoke to FIFA.com after picking up the adidas Golden Ball at the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup in Costa Rica. Thanks in part to her performances, Japan lifted the trophy after seeing off Spain in the final.

  • Japan and Sugita on top of the world

    Japan and Sugita on top of the world

    Japanese players, spearheaded by playmaker Hina Sugita, dominated the individual awards at Costa Rica 2014, which also heralded a historic first for the adidas Golden Shoe.
    Group matches - Group C
    16 March ESP0:2 (0:1)JPN
    19 March NZL0:3 (0:2)ESP
    23 March PAR1:7 (1:3)ESP
    Quarter-finals
    27 March NGA0:3 (0:1)ESP
    Semi-finals
    31 March ITA0:2 (0:0)ESP
    Final
    04 April JPN2:0 (1:0)ESP

    Standings

    TeamMPGFGAPts
    JPN31509
    ESP31036
    NZL3171
    PAR32181
    • Onyinyechukwu Okeke of Nigeria is beaten by a shot from Spain's Patri Guijarro
    • The team of Italy come 3rd place
    • Players of Japan celebrate winning the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup
    • Hina Sugita of Japan (C), adidas Golden Ball, Yui Hasegawa of Japan (L), adidas Silver Ball and Pilar Garrote (R) of Spain, adidas Bronze Ball
    • Hina Sugita of Japan wins the adidas Bronze Boot
    • Yui Hasegawa of Japan wins the adidas Silver Ball
    • Pilar Garrote of Spain wins the adidas Bronze Ball
    • Deyna Castellanos (C) and Gabriela Garcia (L) of Venezuela and Hina Sugita pose with the adidas Bronze Boot
    • Deyna Castellanos (L) and Gabriela Garcia of Venezuela win the adidas Golden Boot

    Statistics

    MPGFGASSOGPENOFFFKCKFCFSY2YCR
    61559558350297266800

    Tournaments
    FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup Final All editions