Kealia Ohai of United States,center, celebrates with Vanessa Di Bernardo (10) of Naperville after Ohai scored a goal during final match of the U20 Women's World Cup against Germany in Tokyo on Saturday.
Associated Press The U.S. women's soccer Captain Julie Johnston, center, kisses the trophy as she celebrates with her teammates after defeating Germany 1-0 to win the U20 women's World Cup final in Tokyo on Saturday.
Dzsenifer Marozsan (14) of Germany and U.S. captain Julie Johnston (8) battle for the ball during their final match of the U20 women's World Cup Saturday in Tokyo.
Players of the United States from left: Katie Stengel (12), Sarah Killion, Morgan Brian (6) and others celebrate winning the U20 Women's World Cup final in Tokyo, defeating Germany 1-0 Saturday.
U.S team members hold the trophy after defeating Germany 1-0 to win the U20 women's World Cup soccer final in Tokyo, Saturday.
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The U.S. U-20 Women's National Team, along with Illini junior standout Vanessa DiBernardo of Naperville and head coach Janet Rayfield, defeated Germany 1-0 Saturday to claim the U-20 World Cup Championship in Tokyo, Japan.