Meanwhile, Jordan’s opponent in their Women’s Asian Cup opener, the Philippines, made it two wins from as many starts in their Japan-based training camp, as they earned an impressive 3-2 win in Osaka.
Goals from Jessica Miclat, Maria Park and Quinley Quezada helped the Malditas defeat FC Sperenza, who were relegated from the top-flight of Japanese club football last season.
The win follows an earlier 2-1 success against Osaka University of Health and Sports Science as new boss Rabah Benlarbi hits the ground running following his recent appointment.
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