Kaizer Chiefs full-back Reeve Frosler was hurled straight into the line regardless of just getting together with the crew on Tuesday while Baroka star Evidence Makgopa drove the assault.
Japan, who included the exceptionally appraised Takefusa Kubo, ruled from the beginning and the Real Madrid winger was given the principal genuine opening on 15 minutes however he could just fire into the side-netting.
Daichi Hayashi had the ball toward the rear of the net a couple of moments with a short proximity finish from Roan's cross, yet the festivals were sliced short because of the offside banner.
Williams must be at his best indeed between the sticks 10 minutes after the halftime break to deny Hayashi from point-clear reach as Japan's disappointment developed.
The host country in the long run got their prize and it tumbled to Kubo, who did well to make space prior to twisting the ball into the furthest corner with 20 minutes left on the clock.
South Africa were cut out an uncommon opportunity to get back on level terms on 77 minutes after Thabo Cele was selected in the crate, yet the midfielder could just fire directly at goalkeeper Kosei Tani from 12-yards out.
Mentor David Notoane at last rolled out his first improvement two minutes after the fact as Sporting Braga midfielder Kobamelo Kodisang substituted Frosler for the last 10 minutes of the experience.
The South Africans figured out how to several passages into the last third in the last stages, however they couldn't inconvenience the Japan objective as the hosts hung on for the success.
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