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Japan's Ai Fukuhara, right, and teammates celebrate victory over Korea's Park Mi-young during their 2010 World Table Tennis Championships quarterfinal match in Moscow on Friday.

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Good Job, girls!

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Taa!

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sarge: It's 'Saaa!', not 'Taa'. And anyway, it's a long awaited, well deserved win... and will probably save the young lady from exploding. Anyway, it's not like the tournament is over yet, so don't get TOO excited.

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What was the score?

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Damn close game. It got too long that they had to cut it and broadcast the remainder after midnight. Great job, girls! Now they're up against the toughest of the bunch: China.

Ganbare! Saa!

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I'm having trouble finding out what the score was.

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Well, they sure look happy. Good comeback for Ai.

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Ping Pong Queen. Yay.

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Japan Korea Rep 1 2 3 4 5 Result

HIRANO Sayaka PARK Mi Young 10 -9 12 -6 8 1-0

FUKUHARA Ai KIM Kyung Ah 7 -5 7 -8 -7 0-1

ISHIKAWA Kasumi DANG Ye Seo -9 -7 9 8 6 1-0

HIRANO Sayaka KIM Kyung Ah -11 10 -6 11 -7 0-1

FUKUHARA Ai PARK Mi Young 6 -11 8 4 1-0

http://www.allabouttabletennis.com/2010-world-team-tt-championships-women.html#qf

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"FUKUHARA Ai PARK Mi Young 6-11 8 4 1-0"

Takuma - Thanks, it could be just me, but these numbers are a bit confusing...

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Ai-chan sure does have a great set of choppers!

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would have been a happier day for me and my husband if the channel Aichi was showing it on decided "hey this game is going on a little too long so instead of finishing the last few minutes we are gonna cut you out and not let you see the conclusion because hey! japanese tv sucks when it comes to sports!"

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yeeeah! clap! clap! clap!

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So, did Ai chan score 11 points, and Park Mi-Young 6 points? What's the 8 4 1-0?

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Ai gets more attractive with age.

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Well done, Japan!

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