The goalkeeper saved France's first spot-kick in a thrilling quarter-final that ended 5-3 in Japan's favour after the match ended 3-3 as the Young Nadeshiko stayed on track to defend the title they won in 2018.
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Ohba admitted that it was her instinct, rather than homework, which led to her denying France skipper Laurina Fazer's first spot-kick in the shootout. .....