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VIDEO: England suffer cruel Japan defeat

England go out of the 2015 Women's World Cup in Canada after losing their semi-final 2-1 against Japan, with defender Laura Bassett scoring a dramatic own goal in injury time.

Japan will face United States in World Cup final

Laura Bassett scored into her own net during second-half stoppage time, giving Japan a 2-1 victory over England in a Women's World Cup semifinal.

England loses Women's World Cup semifinal in most heartbreaking way possible

One win away from reaching the Women's World Cup final, England battled favored Japan relentlessly in the semifinals on Wednesday night, forcing stoppage time while tied at 1 goal apiece Then, in the 92nd minute, just three minutes from going to extra time against defending champs Japan, the Lionesses lost. Show More Summary

England coach gives best after-loss interview you'll ever see

Mark Sampson talked about his team's exit from the World Cup sounding like he was going to cry, and his interview was fantastic. England is out of the Women's World Cup thanks to the worst gut-punch 90th minute loss you'll ever see.Show More Summary

Laura Bassett Scores Last-Second Own Goal That Knocks England out of World Cup

England again were hit with heartbreak on the international level. The emotion of losing in the worst way possible doesn't single out the men, it seems, as the Lionesses fell 2-1 to Japan on an own goal in injury time during the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup semifinal Wednesday. Show More Summary

England's horrific last-minute own goal gives Japan a spot in Women's World Cup final

England lost to Japan in the World Cup semifinal in the worst way possible. In the final minute of injury time, Japan attempted a cross into the box. England's defender Laura Bassett did a great job getting to the pass that appeared to be heading towards an open attacker. Show More Summary

England Lose World Cup Semifinal In Most Heartbreaking Fashion Possible

2 days agoSports : Deadspin

For 90 minutes, England stood toe-to-toe with Japan. The match was tied 1-1, with each team having scored a penalty kick, and as the clock ticked into extra time, it looked like we would need 30 more minutes to decide the tie. And then, English defender Laura Bassett made a touch that will haunt her for the rest of her life: Read more...

VIDEO: Sampson praise for 'hero' Bassett

England manager Mark Sampson says Laura Bassett "should be looked upon as a hero" for her World Cup performances, despite her own goal giving Japan a 2-1 semi-final victory.

England's coach gives inspiring speech seconds after heartbreaking World Cup loss

Mark Sampson had nothing but praise for Laura Bassett after a devastating own goal.

VIDEO: Bassett own goal hands Japan victory

England's Laura Bassett scores an own goal in injury time to hand Japan a last-gasp 2-1 victory in their 2015 Women's World Cup semi-final.

England knocked out of the World Cup on gut-wrenching 90th minute own goal

Noooooooooooooooo Oh. My. God. Someone go give Angela Bassett a hug. Someone go give her infinity hugs. England outplayed Japan for most of their women's World Cup semifinal, and had a half-dozen chances to put the game away in the second half. Show More Summary

Carli Lloyd has stepped up in Women's World Cup when needed the most

2 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

Carli Lloyd was still in high school the last time the U.S. won a Women's World Cup. But she hasn't forgotten the experience.

VIDEO: Williams penalty levels semi

England level against Japan through Fara Williams's penalty after Toni Duggan was fouled in the box in their 2015 Women's World Cup semi-final in Edmonton.

England vs. Japan: Goals, Highlights from Women's World Cup Semi-Final Match

Japan took a first-half lead in the Women's World Cup semi-final against England, as Aya Miyama converted from the penalty spot. Saori Ariyoshi won the spot-kick for Japan as she was clearly fouled, but replays indicated that the foul took place outside of the penalty area. Follow England vs. Japan live here. [Twitter] Read more World Football news on BleacherReport.com

VIDEO: England go behind to Miyama penalty

Captain Aya Miyama scores from the penalty spot after Claire Rafferty fouled Saori Ariyoshi to put Japan 1-0 up against England in their 2015 Women's World Cup semi-final in Edmonton.

Abby Wambach predicted Julie Johnston's calamity and thinks she is clairvoyant

MONTREAL — Add “prophet” to Abby Wambach’s résumé. In what she’s said will be her final World Cup, the veteran forward (...)

Japan vs. England, 2015 World Cup: Live coverage and score updates

United States fans are eagerly awaiting their World Cup final opponent. Will they get a rematch with Japan, or a first time big match against underdogs England? Japan was supposed to get this far in the Women's World Cup. They facedShow More Summary

U.S. Women's World Cup Semifinal Earns Fox Its Biggest Audience Since the Empire Finale

The U.S. advanced to the final of the Women's World Cup with a 2-0 win over Germany last night, and the match resulted in big ratings for Fox. In fact, it set a Fox record for soccer, averaging 8.4 million viewers. It was the broadcast network's highest-rated program among adults 18-49 since the season finale of Empire on March 18. Show More Summary

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