October 18, 2021

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Japan meet Spain in the semifinals after beating New Zealand

Japan meet Spain in the semifinals after beating New Zealand

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

Hajime Moryasu’s team beat Mexico, South Africa and France in the group stage and ran towards the organized New Zealand team and their goalkeeper. Michael Wood gave up all his efforts.

The ‘All Whites’, who passed surprisingly after finally drawing 0 to 0 against Romania, were able to reach the goal of the host team in real volume, support and even at the most dangerous moment. 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 views (8/21), but he did not win. He could have changed the landscape if Vadaru Endo had scored in ten minutes, but he came out on top in a better situation.

Real Madrid player Tag Cubo was still very active one day. He helped his teammates, and though not more 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 both had some dangerous visits but no goals, But the results were the same, so the Japanese were more accurate than their rivals.

Japan hit all their shots, while Lizzardo Caucasus’ shot was saved by Kosai Danny and Clayton Lewis took more shots.. Yoshida led Spain 4-2 in the final and the Asian team in the final.

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Datasheet:

0 – 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)

0 – New Zealand: Wood, Stainness, Reed (McWatt, m. 51), Bijnaker, Elliott (Ingham, m. 79), Corbett (Just, M.79), Bell, Louise, Caucasus, Wine (Champions, m. 84) y.

Referee: Ismail Elfat (USA). He advised New Zealanders Bell, Stainness, Carpet and Caucasus. And Japanese Tomiyasu and Miyoshi.

Incidents: bQuarterfinal at Ipraki Kashima Stadium. Penalty Shoot-Out: Wood and McWatt scored for New Zealand and missed the Caucasus and Lewis; For Japan they beat Utah, Idakura, Nagayama and Yoshida.