Saki Kumagai, Scorer of World Cup’s Game-Winning Goal, Celebrates by Criticizing Coach, Showing Nude Photos of Teammates

Defender Saki Kumagai scored the game-winning goal during penalty kicks, giving Japan their first Women's World Cup championship. So, how did Kumagai celebrate?

Partying with students, criticizing her coach and showing people nude photos of her teammates, of course!

Kumagai was out Wednesday night in Germany with university students. When the 20-year-old began discussing some controversial topics, one of the students took to Twitter to report what she way saying, The Manichi Daily News points out.

Kumagai reportedly criticized coach Norio Sasaki and described the atmosphere within the locker room as "hierarchial." Then the soccer player proceeded to take out her phone and show nude photos of teammate Karina Maruyama.

The Japan Football Association's vice president Kuniya Daini responded by saying, "I instructed the head of the women's team department to tell everyone not to get carried away and watch out for their own behavior."

What's wrong with going to Disney World, or Tokyo Disneyland? That place looks awesome.

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