The 32-match battle between nations, better to go with its original name, FIF U20’s Women World 2018 France wrapped up at the end of the previous month with giving world new champions. The hosts of the tournament France, who were actually crowned as Champions at FIFA 2018 World Cup (Men) could end up fourth in this years’ FIFA U20’s Women’s World Cup. The newly crowned Champions Japanese run over Spain in Finals with making it 3-1, and therefore creating history with lifting the trophy for the first time.

The team in the Blue Shirts got rave support from the French audience as the home side failed to make it to the finals. This years’ mega-event was the 9th edition with taking place biennial to back the women youth football.

The FIFA U20’s Women’s World Cup 2018, which took place from 5th to 24th August this year, brought many prodigies in light, who can actually be the bigwigs in women senior team football.  Spain’s Patricia Guijarro was one of the most outstanding players of the tournament as apart from the co-leading goal scorer at the tournament along with Georgia Stanway, she was also awarded the best player of the tournament.

The champion Japanese captain Moeka Minami won Adidas Bronze Ball award, whereas Young Nadeshiko went on winning the hearts. In short, with several teams playing brilliantly in the tournament, Japan’s teamwork and triumph were actually the headlines from it.

FIFA, in order to honour the best goal of the tournament and of course the Goal of the Tournament, shortlisted 10 goals and asked the football fans to vote for their best. The voting started on 27th August ended on 31st August.

FIFA has finally announced the best goal of the tournament with respect to the votes and yes it is none other than Ovalle’s stunning left-footed strike for Mexico against Brazil in the mega-event.

Can you guess the other Top 10 Goals at FIFA U20’s Women’s World Cup 2018, if not here’s the FIFA’s official video compilation of the best goals of the tournament: