Stunned silence in Tokyo as Japan SWC dream ends

But a few short minutes later, the dream was over. At a bar in a Tokyo business district, the air went out of the room as Belgium found the net in extra time, scoring a third goal to seal Japan’s fate. Just a short while earlier, whoops of joy had filled …
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