Scotland were unable to salvage a point, despite some late pressure against Japan, where two mistakes in the first half leave their qualification hopes in the balance. After an incorrect offside decision went against Lisa Evans, an Iwabuchi goal gave Japan the lead, following a misplaced header from captain Rachel Corsie. Just 15 minutes after the first goal, Japan scored a second. A long ball over the Scottish defence saw Corsie pull down Sugasawa in the box leading to a penalty, with the latter cooly slotting into the bottom right corner. Lana Clelland pulled one back for Scotland late on, but it wasn’t to be. It’s a defining result for Scotland’s World Cup chances and here is how we rated their performances.