Moriyasu’s famous soldier?’… Japan replaces 10 starting players in Turkic league match, ‘unconventional

Japanese soccer, which defeated tank corps Germany 4-1 on enemy territory and dropped the opposing team’s coach, will play its next game against Turkiye with as many as 10 changes to its starting lineup.

The Japanese national soccer team, led by coach Hajime Moriyasu, will play its second international match in September against Turkey at Genk Chegeka Arena, Belgium, starting at 9:20 p.m. on the 12th.

In a friendly match against Germany held in Wolfsburg, Germany on the 10th, Japan scored two goals each in the first and second halves to win 4-1. Germany, which hosted next year’s European Football Championship, dismissed coach Hans-Dieter Flick, taking responsibility for the crushing defeat. It was the first dismissal of a national team coach in German soccer history.

Japan, which has gained momentum and won 4 consecutive international matches including last June, will fight against Turkicjet with an unconventional lineup that leaves only one member of the starting team for the match against Germany.

In addition to Kosuke Nakamura (Portimonense) as the goalkeeper, the back four includes Hiroki Ito (Stuttgart), Gogi Machida (Union Saint-Julle-Age), Shogo Taniguchi (Al Raiyan), and Seiya Maikuma (Cerezo Osaka). did. The double volantes were Ao Tanaka (Fortuna Dusseldort) and Atsuki Ito (Urawa Reds). The three second-line strikers were Doan Ritsu (Freiburg), Takefusa Kubo (Real Sociedad), and Keiko Nakamura (Reims). Kyogo Furuhashi, who played for Scotland’s prestigious Celtic team and was the top scorer in the Scottish Premiership, stood at the top.

In the match against Germany, Japan consisted of goalkeeper Keisuke Osako (Sanfrecce Hiroshima) and a back four of Hiroki Ito, Takehiro Tomiyasu (Arsenal), Go Itakura (Mönchengladbach), and Yukinari Sugawara (AZ Alkmaar). Wataru Endo (Liverpool) and Hidemasa Morita (Sporting Lisbon) were deployed as double volantes. The second line consisted of Kaoru Mitoma (Brighton), Daichi Kamada (Lazio), and Junya Ito (Reims). Ayase Ueda (Feyenoord) took the top spot.

As if taking into account that the match against Turkey would be played less than 72 hours before the match against Germany, they carried out an unconventional mercenary strategy by replacing 10 players, excluding left-back Hiroki Ito.먹튀검증

In the match against Germany, all 10 starting field players, excluding the goalkeeper, were European, but in the match against Turkic Republic, two J-League players were added, including Taniguchi, who plays for Qatar.

Türkiye is led by goalkeeper Ugurchan Cakir (Trabzonspor), Onur Bulut (Besiktas), Chalar Söyunju (Atlético Madrid), Ozan Kabak (Hoffenheim), and Mert Müldur (Fenerbahce). ), Salih Ozcan (Dortmund), Yusuf Sarri (Demirspor), Orkun Köktsch (Benfica), Salih Oudchan (Besiktas), Irfan Kabec (Fenerbahce, midfielder), Bertug Yildirim (Rennes) ·Striker) was the starting lineup.

Japan ranks 20th in the FIFA rankings, the highest in Asia. Türkiye is ranked 41st in the FIFA rankings.

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