Japan's 'Tank Corps' Wins 4-1 Over Germany

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After defeating Germany 2-1 in the World Cup last November, Japan also defeated Germany in the return match, winning three consecutive A matches recently... Korea has gone 5 games without a win since Klinsmann took office.

Klinsmann Became More Shabby... Japan's 'Tank Corps' Wins 4-1 Over Germany

 

 

After defeating Germany 2-1 in the World Cup last November, Japan also defeated Germany in the return match, winning three consecutive A matches recently...

 

Korea has gone 5 games without a win since Klinsmann took office. 온라인카지노

 

Japanese soccer was once again humiliated in the return match against the 'tank corps' Germany, giving envy to Korean soccer, which has not won in five games since the launch of Klinsmann.

 

The Japanese national soccer team, led by coach Hajime Moriyasu, won 4-1 against Germany in a friendly match held at the Volkswagen Arena in Wolfsburg, Germany on the 10th (Korean time).

 

Japan, who defeated Germany 2-1 in Group E of the FIFA Qatar World Cup last November, scored a whopping four goals to win the 'return match' after 10 months.

 

Japan received a record of 3 wins, 1 draw, and 1 loss in 5 games played this year, including 3 consecutive wins in recent A matches.

 

This is an excellent record compared to Korea, which has been competing with Japan for the position of 'Asia's leader', and has gone 5 consecutive games without a win (3 draws and 2 losses) since coach Jurgen Klinsmann took office.

 

Japan will play its second September international match against Türkiye in Genk, Belgium, on the 12th, while Klinsmann will face Saudi Arabia in Newcastle, England, on the 13th, Korean time.

 

Germany, the host country of the 2024 European Football Championship (Euro 2024), has lost 3 times in a row, including a 3-goal loss to Japan on this day, and has continued to suffer a poor performance of 1 win, 1 draw, and 4 losses in 6 friendly matches this year, giving it the image of a 'rusty tank'. Couldn't escape from.

 

Among the 26 players Japan called up for the September A match, only 4 players played in the Japanese J-League.

 

Of the remaining 22 players, 21 are European, excluding defender Shogo Taniguchi, who plays for Qatar Al Rayyan.

 

Compared to the 25 players selected by Coach Klinsmann for the September international match, 11 of whom were Europeans, they are far behind Japan in terms of quantity.

 

Japan took the lead with Junya Ito (Reims)'s first goal in the 11th minute of the first half, but Germany's Leroy Sane scored an equalizer in the 19th minute of the first half to balance the match again.

 

However, in the 22nd minute of the first half, Japan attacked the right side and sent the ball into the penalty area, where Ayase Ueda (Feyenoord) changed direction with her left foot in front of the goal area and scored the game-winning goal of the day.

 

Japan, which finished the first half 2-1, went on a counterattack in the 45th minute of the second half when Takefusa Kubo (Real Sociedad) passed to Takuma Asano (Bochum), who was rushing in the opposite direction in a one-on-one situation with the goalkeeper, and Asano scored the key goal into an empty goal.

 

I plugged it in.

 

Japan sunk Germany in extra time in the second half with a header from Ao Tanaka (Düsseldorf).

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