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Jul 18, 2011

World Cup Final Hebohkan Twitter

FRANKFURT - Women's World Cup final between Japan and the United States that took place on Sunday (17 / 7), instantly making the Twitter scene.

Victory Nadeshiko (call for Japan's women's soccer team) on the United States is beyond belief. And unexpectedly too, 'chirp' on Twitter about the Women's World Cup final to be trending topic and the number of its news when deaths exceed the number of posts Osama Bin Laden (5.106 tweet per second).

The proof, the results of research on the microblogging site Twitter shows that post about the final match reaches 7.196 tweets per second. That number surpassed the number of tweets as well as Paraguay beat Brazil in the Copa America, which is about, 7.166 tweet.

Japan and the U.S. The game was very exciting and sparked many comments. Under the leadership as the captain Homare Sawa, Nadeshiko could double to catch up and restrain her troops from the country until after Uncle Sam's 2-2 extra-time.

In the end, Japan is surprisingly came out as champions after a 3-1 win over the shootout. Inevitably, Sawa won the Golden Ball award as the top scorer (5 goals) and the Golden Boot as the best panorama in the tournament.