Women’s World Cup 2015 Google Logo Celebrates U.S. Win Over Japan

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Today’s U.S. Google homepage includes a Doodle celebrating the United States’ FIFA Women’s World Cup title. The soccer-themed logo went up following last night’s final game, after the U.S. beat Japan 5-to-2.

USA midfielder Carli Lloyd was the star of last night’s game, scoring three of the team’s five goals. She took home FIFA’s Adidas Golden Ball as the tournament’s most outstanding player.

No words to describe how happy I am right now! We did!! So proud of everyone on this team!

A photo posted by Carli Lloyd (@carlilloyd) on

While this logo is showing up in the U.S., Google’s Japan homepage includes a slightly different version of the logo without the U.S. flag prominently featured:
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The U.S. is the first team to win three World Cup titles, first in 1991 and then again in 1999.

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