The owners of the land finished the group first and were undefeated. For opponents it will be a complex challenge
The hosts, first and unbeaten in an iron group. What a time for Japan. The Japanese team qualified for the quarter-finals after taking the lead in Group A. 1-0 success in his debut with South Africa, a good win with Mexico (2-1) on the second day and an incredible performance against the French Gignac team: the final score is 4-0. Now there’s New Zealand: The Challenge scheduled for Saturday, July 31 at 11am CET.
New Zealand finished second in Group B with 4 points, two points behind South Korea, win, draw and defeat are the national team tally for Coach Hai. After overcoming Romania and Honduras, the team was able to enter the knockout stage. He will face the good Japan team by scoring seven goals and conceding only one. The Japanese rely on the defensive experience of Yoshida and Tomiyasu, fixed points in Sampdoria and Bologna. And for Kubo’s goals, a young right-winger born in 01 is owned by Real Madrid. He did not make his debut with the Blancos as he was always on loan between Mallorca, Villarreal and Getafe. He scored three goals so far in games. The top scorer is the Brazilian Richarlison, with five goals.
The two national teams did not unite with each other at the Olympics. Play now reach the semi-finals. Japan is seeking a historic medal in football. The Japanese never won, just like New Zealand. The Moriasu national team has all the qualifications to do a good job. Opponents will miss Boxall due to injury. Whoever passes the round will face the winner from Spain and Ivory Coast, another exciting quarter-final round. La Roja eliminated Argentina by closing out the group in the lead, and Casey and his teammates were the biggest surprise of Group D: second behind the Brazilian champions. The African team managed to stop the draw with Germany 1-1 and qualify. One step at a time, to the quarter-finals.
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