Set-by-set highlights of Saturday's stormy US Open women's singles final between Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka which was won by the Japanese star:
+ Osaka strikes for a 2-1 lead off a Serena double fault and backs it up as an ace gives her a 3-1 lead
+ Error-plagued Serena broken again and Osaka is 4-1 ahead
+ Osaka confidently serves out the opener after 34 minutes
Key set statistic: Unforced errors - Williams 13/Osaka 5
+ In second game, Williams gets code violation for coaching. She tells umpire Carlos Ramos she was just getting a thumbs up: "I don't cheat to win; I'd rather lose. I'm just letting you know that," says the American.
+ On a 19-shot rally, Osaka saves break point in fourth game but buckles on the fourth and Serena edges ahead 3-1
+ Williams broken back at 3-2, destroys racquet, gets point penalty and tells Ramos: "You owe me an apology."
+ Williams is then docked a game to go 3-5 down for calling Ramos "a thief" and breaks down in tears on court as she engages in furious tirade against tournament officials.
+ Osaka keeps composure to take title as Serena continues to insist on apology from Ramos.
Key match statistics: Williams 21 unforced errors, six double faults -- a game penalty and accusations of umpire being "thief".
Williams: "I know you guys were here rooting, but let's make this the best moment we can. Let's give everyone the credit where credit is due. Let's not boo any more."
Osaka: "I know everyone was cheering for her and I'm sorry it had to end like this."