The match against Mongolia in Chiba, Japan ended 14-0.
Japan returned to the World Cup qualifiers after a long break on Tuesday in a crushing way. The “away game” of the qualifiers against Mongolia in Chiba, Japan, ended in a 14-0 victory for the Japanese, resulting in a Japanese record in the World Cup qualifiers.
Japan played its previous match in the qualifiers in November 2019, and since then, the coronavirus pandemic has messed up the country’s games in the qualifiers. However, the away game against Mongolia in Chiba with the coronavirus showed that the “Blue Samurai” did not have time to lose a goal during the break: the game was 5-0 after 40 minutes, and in the second half Japan beat nine more hits in 40 minutes.
Eight different players succeeded in Japan’s crushing victory. Playing in Werder Bremen, Germany Yuya Osako, 30, hit the hat trick.
Japan have won all five of their qualifiers, with a team difference of 27-0.
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