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Japan beat New Zealand on penalties and Tokyo 2020 is the semi-finals

Japan beat New Zealand on penalties and Tokyo 2020 is the semi-finals

EFE The Japan national team He will be Spain’s rival in the semi-finals of the football tournament Tokyo 2020 After the victory, with suffering, New Zealand, Before that he had to resort to a penalty shoot-out after finishing the match and had extra time without goals.

Hajime Moryasu’s team beat Mexico, South Africa and France in the group stages, ran for the organized New Zealand team and his goalkeeper Michael Wood and gave up all attempts that came his way.

The ‘all whites’, who had surprisingly passed after finally equalizing 0 to 0 against Romania, were genuine, supportive, and dangerous. He can win in extra time if he does not mediate under the sticks with the permission of Maya Yoshida.

Japan, With a joint proposal than New Zealand, As expected, more ball possession, more attendance and more shots (8/21), but no wins. If Vadaru Endo had scored in ten minutes, he might have changed the scene, but he came out on top in a better situation.

Real Madrid player Tag Kubo was still very active one day. He helped his teammates, and although not accurately, was more of a finisher. It was annoying, but it didn’t balance the well-armed ‘Kiwi’ box.

Thus, the match went into extra time, in which the two had some dangerous visits but no goals, but the result was the same, with the pass being played on penalties, in which the Japanese were more accurate than their rivals.

Japan made all their shots, while Cosai Danny saved a shot from Liserdo Caucasus and Clayton Lewis took more shots. Yoshida went 4-2 in the final and the Asian team went to Spain towards the final.

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Japan: Danny, Hashioka, Yoshida, Tomiyasu, Hadate (Midoma, M.91), Endo, Tanaka (Idakura, M.91), Don (Miyoshi, M.106), Kubo, Soma (Nagayama, M.69) and Hayashi ( Ueda, m.69)

New Zealand: Wood, Stainness, Reed (McWatt, m. 51), Bijnacker, Elliott (Ingham, m. 79), Corbett (Just, m. 79), Bell, Lewis, Caucasus, Wine (Champions, m. 84) y.


Japan And New Zealand Will meet this Saturday (July 31) for the quarterfinals Tokyo 2020 Olympics. The match will take place at the Kashima Football Stadium at 04:00 (09:00 GMT) Peruvian time. Follow Japan vs New Zealand Live here.

The Japanese will add to their fourth consecutive victory in the Olympics, thus securing a ticket to the semifinals of the competition. Japan was able to enter the top eight after winning Group A with the right score. The Asians were surprised at their debut and beat South Africa by a small margin.

At their second presentation in Tokyo 2020, Japan had no problem and beat Mexico (2-1) at the Saipoma Stadium by one of Kubo-their best personalities, Cohn and Dan. Finally, the Japanese beat France 4-0 thanks to goals from Jubo, Sakai, Miyoshi and Meda.

For its part, New Zealand qualified for the quarterfinals after finishing second in Group B with four points. Oceanic made his debut in the match with a narrow margin of victory against South Korea. They then (2-3) fell dramatically to Honduras and finally drew 0-0 with Romania.