Spain vs. Japan: Initial Rows
Spain: Unai Simón; Scar Gill, Eric Garcia, Pav Torres, Cucurella; Pedri González, Martin Zubimendi, Mikel Merino; Danny Olmo, Rafa Mir, Michael Wiresball.
Japan: கோசை தனி; Sakai, Maya Yoshida, Idakura, Nagayama; Ao Tanaka, Vadaru Endo; Rich Dawn, Tagfusa Kubo, Hadate; Taichi Hayashi.
Spain vs. Japan Live: Minute by minute via DT
The ‘Red’ and the Japanese team suffered more than they needed to achieve this event of the Olympics. Luis de la Fuente’s team reached extra time and the cast, led by Hajim Morias, defined his pass in the penalty shootout.
The Spaniards had a tough clash against Ivory Coast. A goal by Rafael Mirin in the 90th minute of regulation time extended the match to the vice. In the remaining half hour, Mir appeared in a double role, doing his thing for victory by Michael Oyersabal.
The teams of Japan and New Zealand were not injured in 120 minutes. Then, after 0-0, the fights were limited to penalties, which ended in a 4-2 victory for the hosts.
How will Japan look against Spain in Tokyo 2020?
Claro Sports is the signal to watch the Tokyo 2020 men’s football match, which will provide the Spanish team without Oscar Mingusa, who was injured against the Africans and replaced by Jesse Vallejo.
“I don’t see the ceiling for this team, it’s a great team, we were trained to fight to the maximum as we do and try to give us the best version to beat a tough competitor like Japan,” coach Luis de la Source said.
Japan dreams of winning the first medal in men’s football after winning bronze in 1968. To achieve this, the team’s best takfusa Kubo wants to maintain the same sequence that led to defining the same events.
“Because the draw was made, I always knew our semi-final would be against Spain if we went there,” said the footballer, who has now crossed the Barcelona youth team and is now in Real Madrid. “We’re going to win,” he admits.
Spain vs. At what time is Japan in Tokyo 2020?
Perry – 6:00 p.m.
Colombia – 6:00 p.m.
Ecuador – 6:00 p.m.
Mexico – 6:00 p.m.
Chile – 7:00 p.m.
Paraguay – 7:00 p.m.
Venezuela – 7:00 p.m.
Bolivia – 7:00 p.m.
Argentina – 8:00 p.m.
Uruguay – 8:00 p.m.
Brazil – 8:00 p.m.
Espana – 1:00 p.m.
Spain vs. Japan: Rows
Spain: Unai Simon, Vallejo, Eric Garcia, Pav Torres, Cucurella; Jubimenti, Petrie, Michael Merino; Asencio, Oursball and Danny Olmo.
Japan: K. Tani, H. Sakai, Y. Nakayama, M.Sc. Yoshita, W. Endo, d. Kubo, R. Tone, r. Hadate, d.