December 6, 2022

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The Japanese hammered Germany as Takuma Asano’s superb goal turned the score around


Welcome to Germany – Japan minute by minute!

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Game: Germany 1-2 Japan

90Honduran referee Sait Martinez points to the board and says seven minutes have been added.

89′ Change in Germany:
Entered by: Youssoufa Moukoko
Out: Serge Gnabry

83′ GOOOOLL from Japan! The Japanese surprise Germany and Takuma Asano gets the second on the scoreboard after a long sequence with a free kick. Asano controlled the ball and ate up the German’s mark, beating Neuer with a terrific shot.

78′ Change in Germany:
Entered by: Niklas Fulkrug
Out: Kai Howards

78′ Change in Germany:
Entered by: Mario Gotze
Out: Jamal Musiala

75′ GOOOOOOL from Japan! In came Ritsu Tone, taking advantage of Minamino’s cross and picking up the loose ball to Neuer’s delight. Build in Khalifa.

72′ NEWERRRRR! The German goalkeeper also shines; A shot from Asano covers it with one hand but Sakai can’t face the frame on the counter shot and sends it into the clouds.

71′ Change in Japan:
Entered by: Takumi Minamino
Out: Hiroki Sakai

71′ Change in Japan:
Entered by: Ritsu Tone
Outside: AO Tanaka

70′ GONDAAAAA! Once again, the Asian goalkeeper prevailed and drowned out a German goal-cry as Serge Gnabry’s header was cut off. We continue 1-0.

69′ Germany came clear and after a well-driven game, Hoffman finished, but Japanese goalkeeper Shuichi Konda covered the action.

66′ Change in Germany:
Entered by: Jonas Hoffmann
Out: Thomas Muller

66′ Change in Germany:
Entered by: Leon Goretzka
Out: Ilkay Gundogan

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60′ Asano tries it with a very errant shot. The Asians are trying, they won’t be idle, but Germany is too dangerous.

59′ Post! Ilke Gundogan. Musiala’s perfect combination with Raum and Ilkay to smash the ball past Konda’s left post.

57′ Change in Japan:
Entered by: Takuma Asano
Out: Dyson Maeda

57′ Change in Japan:
Entered by: Kaoru Midoma
Out: Yuto Nagatomo

fifty’ A very broken shot from Jamal Musiala on a fast ball put all the Japanese to bed in front of him. What a German genius.

46′ Gnabry’s blast from inside the area and the ball grazed Japan’s far post.

46′ Change in Japan:
Entered by: Takero Tomiyasu
Out: Takefusa Kubo

The second half begins: Germany beat Japan at the Khalifa Stadium.

End of first halfGermany beat Japan 1-0 thanks to Ilkay Gundogan’s penalty goal.

45+3′ GOAL CANCELED! Kai Howards, with a series of shots, was able to put the ball in the goal, but he came from an advanced position.

44′ Oops! Musiala tries it with a powerful right-footed shot that goes wide of the Japanese goal.

40′ Germany looking to put a second on the board before the break. They attack in terms of pace with Gnabry and Musiala.

33′ GOOOOOLLLLL from Germany! Ilkay Gundogan scored the first goal for the Germans on the penalty mark. Konda jumps to the left, but the German throws him with a right. 1-0 game was played.

31′ Penalll! David Ram joined the attack, coming in from the left, and before Konda left, he fainted and the goalkeeper brought him down; Salvadoran Ivan Barton allowed the maximum penalty.

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Yuto Nagatomo (starter) and goalkeeper Eiji Kawashima (substitute) became the most capped Japanese players at these tournaments with four World Cups.

28′ A good collective game from Germany. The Japanese fired two shots, the first at goalkeeper Konda and the second, from Gundogan’s front, that a defender blocked the danger.

27′ The shot is kept out by Gundogan which goes into the hands of the Japanese goalkeeper but is too hot.

25′ Germany adds more aggression to its game. They press for the first play of the game. Japan saves.

twenty’ Phew… Kimmich’s bombardment saves Konda with difficulty for Japan.

19′ Honduran referee Sait Martinez talks with Japan coach Hajime Moriyasu. What did they say?

16′ A Japanese save from the right… corner kick and Rudiger appears with a header but the ball goes wide of Konda’s left post.

7′ GOAL CANCELED! A frenzied attack by the Japanese in the worst manner of the Germans. The center dropped at grass level and Maeda was limited, but clearly advanced.

6′ Germany and Japan are locked in a 0-0 draw in a match where they are still getting to know each other tactically.

1′ Germany’s first approximation based on Musiala and Gnabri’s technical standard. Nothing dangerous yet.

Launched! Germany and Japan are already competing in the World Cup at the Khalifa Stadium in Qatar.

Now it’s the turn of Japan’s Asian anthem.

The German anthem plays. With great passion.

The teams take the field as they prepare for their debut at the Khalifa Stadium.

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In this match between the Germans and the Japanese, Honduran Sait Martinez will be the fourth official. Ivan Barton, a Salvadoran, will serve as center back.

The other match of Group E will be between Spain and Costa Rica at 10:00 am.

Germany’s starting XI: Neuer – Sule, Rudiger, Schlotterbeck, Rum – Kimmich, Gundogan – Gnabry, Muller, Musiala – Howards

Coach: Hansi Flick (GER)

Japan’s 11 starter: Konda – Sakai, Yoshida, Itakura, Nagatomo – Endo, Tanaka – J. Ito, Kamada, Kubo – Maeda

Coach: Hajime Moriyasu (JPN)

Forward Thomas Muller will start for Germany against Japan at the Khalifa Stadium in Doha this Wednesday in the two teams’ World Cup clash.

Muller has only played a handful of spells with Bayern Munich since late September due to groin and back problems, but Hansi Flick has decided to link him up with Jamal Musiala and Serge Gnabry.

Wataru Endo, their key midfielder in Japan, will start despite picking up a head injury against Stuttgart three weeks ago.

Good morning guys, welcome to minute by minute of the match between Germany and Japan.