Host China came from behind to beat Japan 2-1 in overtime and won the women's football gold medal at 2011 Shenzhen Universiade here on Sunday after 18 years' waiting.
Team China ended their Universiade football dreams after losing 2-3 to Japan in the game's knockout stage at the Bao'an Stadium in Shenzhen Thursday night.
The Chinese team fell short to Romania in the second half of their 4th match in Group A men's basketball at Universiade, finally losing the game 98-80.
Asian Games bronze medalist Lu Ying from China refreshed the women's 100 metres butterfly Universiade record here on Wednesday, winning her second gold in Shenzhen.
China will face the strong Japanese team in the knockouts of the Universiade men's football game after tying with South Korea.
Japan claimed the Universiade title for the fifth time after beating Great Britain 2-0 in the men's soccer final Monday night.
The Brazilian women's volleyball team did not face much difficulty against its Chinese opponent in the women's volleyball final, dropping three straight sets (25-17, 25-12, 25-17) for a quick win Sunday night at the Universiade in Shenzhen.
Chinese Asian Games champion Tang Yi broke Universiade game record of the women's 100 metres freestyle at 54.24 seconds.
The Chinese men's football team is one-step closer to advancing into the knockouts after beating Colombia 3-0 in a Universiade group game.
It's "very hard to say" if China's men's football team can make it to the knockout stage at this Universiade, said head coach Jin Zhiyang.