Halfway through the FIFA Women's World Cup Final, US and Japan are tied at 0.
The U.S. has dominated the play, keeping the ball in Japan's field nearly the entire game. They have blown countless goal opportunities, coming into halftime with a 12-5 shot advantage over Japan.
Statistically, Japan has never been in a final, and the Japanese women have never beaten the U.S. Going back to 1986, the U.S. team is 22-0-3 against Japan and leads in goals 77-13.
ESPN and Univision are showing the game live.
Highlights of the first half included a header by Chesney that went over the crossbar, a point blank shot from Wambach that hit the goal post, and two close saves by goalie Hope Solo.
U.S. goes into the second have with momentum on their side. But, with the score tied, it's still anyone's game.