Japanese players: ‘Win Germany thanks to Saudi Arabia inspiration’. This is the information posted by Vn88 mobile

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VN88CX – Many Japanese players say they have more determination to win against Germany, after the earthquake Saudi Arabia created against Argentina in the 2022 World Cup.

When asked which Japanese player he would most like to own, Mourinho mentioned Daichi Kamada. “If possible, I would love to have him,” Mourinho said frankly. Midfielder born in 1996 on the payroll of German club Eintracht Frankfurt, was a key factor with the team that won the Europa League last season and reached the knockout round of the UEFA Champions League this season.

Vn88 said: “Saudi Arabia showed us a valuable game against Argentina. So if we maintain a one-goal lead when we are down, no one knows what could happen.”

And Kubo and Mitoma also said that “Japan and Saudi Arabia achieved similar feats upstream”.

On November 24, Vn88.cx reported that Saudi Arabia caused a fever with a 2-1 victory over Argentina, although they were led in the first half by Lionel Messi’s penalty. Japan fell into a similar situation as they ended the first half 1-0 for Germany with Ilkay Gundogan’s penalty. In the history of the World Cup, Japan has never won when being led to halftime. But in the end they beat history with goals from Ritsu Doan and Takuma Asano in the second half.

Ritsu Doan said experienced seniors like Yoshida or Yuto Nagatomo encouraged their teammates to “try not to be behind by more than one goal, because we will be fine in the last 20 minutes”. Doan and Asano’s goals were scored in the 75th and 83rd minutes, respectively, helping the home team win 2-1 in the opening match of the 2022 World Cup.

Doan also said that the match took place exactly as the content of the team’s tactical meeting before the match. Coach Hajime Moriyasu was surprised when he used a low-scoring striker like Daizen Maeda to start, while the rising player Mitoma was a substitute.

Sharing the strategy of using players with a Vn88.cx reporter: Maeda’s task is to defend from a distance and help the team lose by only one goal. In the second half, Moriyasu brought four attacking players into the field in turn and they all contributed to the goal. Japan finished the game with a goalkeeper, three centre-backs, a defensive midfielder and six attacking midfielders or forwards.

Kwon was one of the three players who were not named when Korea closed the list for the 2018 World Cup. Therefore, the 30-year-old midfielder was excited when he entered the list of 26 players to go to Qatar. “Then I told myself that I should only celebrate after playing well at the World Cup. I don’t want to find myself getting too excited before the first game,” he added.

Besides the information Vn88 mobile posted earlier, Na Sang-ho is also preparing to enter the first World Cup. The 26-year-old midfielder has just had a disappointing season with FC Seoul, when this team only finished 9th in the K-League and almost had to kick the relegation play-off. They also reached the final of the Korean Cup, but lost to Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors 1-3 in Jeonju. Na scored 9 goals and provided 2 assists in 39 appearances.”Criticism is part of being a professional footballer,” Na said. “I’m not proud of that and it motivates me to work hard. I think the most important thing is to play well and I really want to show how well prepared I am for the World Cup.”

JAPAN coach Jose Mourinho did not watch Japan’s concussion victory over Germany last night on November 23, but confirmed that this result was not surprising. “I turned on the TV to prepare to watch, but fell asleep,” Mourinho recalled this afternoon on November 24, at a press conference when he and Roma went to Japan to attend the EuroJapan Cup 2022 tour. He said he had a part. tired after a long flight from Italy to Japan.

When he learned that Japan won, the Portuguese coach had the opposite opinion of the majority. “It’s not a crazy surprise,” said Mourinho. “Japan is a quality team, with good players and experienced in different leagues. Most of the Japanese players have played in Europe and are growing fast. They all understand what high-class football is. Psychology is also a detail to evaluate this team, it makes the difference.”

Alexie BoB