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‘BAM BAM BAM’ Japan’s Ao Tanaka (#17)
Runs to the bench to be congratulated by his teammates after scoring a wedge goal that made it 4-1 in second-half stoppage time of the Japan national soccer team’s friendly A match against Germany on Tuesday.
Japanese soccer has once again defeated the “Chariot Corps” with a three-goal victory over Germany.
Japan beat Germany 4-1
In an A-match friendly in Wolfsburg, Germany, on Tuesday. The victory came in a return match ten months after Japan defeated Germany 2-1 in the group stage of the World Cup in Qatar last November. Riding a three-match unbeaten streak, Japan has won three, drawn one and lost one of its last five matches.
Japan took the lead in the 11th minute through Junya Ito. 토토사이트 They equalized in the 19th minute, but took the lead again three minutes later with a goal from Ayase Ueda in the 22nd minute.
Added a goal in the 45th minute and Ao Tanaka struck in stoppage time to give Japan a three-goal victory. Asano was the striker who scored the game-winner in the 38th minute against Germany at the World Cup in Qatar.
Japan was heavily outplayed by Germany in terms of ball possession, 33% to 67%. However, they were outshot 14 to 11, including a significant 11 to 3 advantage in shots on goal. Japan capitalized on their chances near the opponent’s goal, with most of their shots going inside the box.
This was in contrast to South Korea’s performance against Wales on August 8, 스포츠토토 when they won the ball possession battle 61% to 39%, but were out-shot (4 to 11) and out-shot on goal (1 to 4).
Japan also held Germany to 24% ball possession at the World Cup in Qatar. Japan is one of the few Asian nations with a homegrown leader at the helm.
Who led Japan to a round of 16 finish at the World Cup in Qatar, remains at the helm. Moriyasu will lead the team until the 2026 World Cup in North and Central America.
Germany has been an “old train wreck” of late, losing three straight A matches. The Germans have drawn one and lost four of their last five A matches, 스포츠토토맨 including today’s game against Japan.