The Women's World Cup Final score is 2-2 in the match and 3-1 in penalty shootout, in favor of Japan, which won its first ever Women's World Cup.
Below is the breakdown of how it happened.
Morgan scores for US at 69 minutes (0 - 1)
Miyama scores for Japan at 81 minutes (1 - 1)
Wambach scores for US at 104 minutes (1 - 2)
Sawa scores for Japan at 117 minutes (2 - 2)
Penalty Kick (Japan-US):
Boxx US shot saved by goalkeeper (0 - 0)
Miyama Japan shot scores (1 - 0)
Lloyd US shot misses (1 - 0)
Y.Nagasato Japan shot saved by goalkeeper (1 - 0)
Heath US shot saved by goalkeeper (1 - 0)
Sakaguchi Japan shot scores (2 - 0)
Wambach US shot scores (2 - 1)
Kumagai Japan shot scores (3 - 1)
Previously, no Asian team has ever won the Women's World Cup before. The closest was China's runner-up effort in 1999.
Prior to this meeting, the Japanese team has never beaten the US team before. In fact, they were outscored 77-13, according to The Score.
It's obviously heartbreaking. Japan played well. They never gave up, said US forward Abby Wambach.