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Olympics: U.S. soccer aims for redemption against Japan
Women’s soccer » No animosity, just respect between USA, Japan.

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And, yes, coach Pia Sundhage said, they have been practicing penalty kicks.

At a glance


» After losing to Japan in last year’s World Cup final, Team USA has its eyes on redemption.

» The match will be played at historic Wembley Stadium.

» The U.S. is coming off one of the most dramatic and controversial games in the history of the sport, a 4-3 victory against Canada.

Gold-medal game

USA vs. Japan12:45 p.m. TV » NBCSN

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