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Japan will be competing among the elite of international age-group rugby once again in after digging deep to beat Portugal by the slenderest of margins in the final of the World Rugby U20 Trophy on Sunday. Following on from a comfortable win for Canada over Kenya in the fifth place play-off, Tonga clung on to win the bronze medal against Uruguay in a match that would have needed extra-time had Matias D'Avanzo's conversion gone over instead of striking the upright.
Hosts Brazil then required a drop goal in the second minute of extra-time to win their first ever U20 Trophy match in the seventh-place play-off before Japan and Portugal put on an epic finale that will live long in the memory.
In a free-flowing match unrecognisable from the weather-affected final played between these two teams in Montevideo in , Japan once again came out on top to secure promotion back to the World Rugby U20 Championship — but not before Portugal gave them the mightiest of scares.
Two-time former champions Japan raced into a lead inside the first 10 minutes but Portugal showed great resolve and no little skill to fight their way back into the contest at the Estadio Martins Pereira. From the 36th to the 76th minute, the Portuguese were ahead on the scoreboard despite being second-best at scrum time throughout, but a try from full-back Ryosuke Kawase and the all-important conversion from Ryuto Fukuyama denied them a place in the World Rugby U20 Championship for the first time.
In a pulsating first half, full of energy, it was the Japanese who scored first through number eight Tamakasa Maruo, Fukuyama converting for a lead. Having then conceded a brilliant counterattack try to flanker Halatoa Vailea following a superb break by winger Yuichiro Wada straight from the restart, Portugal scored from the next kick-off, test-capped centre Rodrigo Marta plucking the ball out of the air to race home unopposed down the left flank from 30 metres out, Jeronimo Portela converting from the touchline.