Moriyasu’s men continue their perfect record and are one win away from reaching the third round of Asian qualification. Osako seals hat-trick and three players score a brace as makeshift AFC group qualifiers conclude in Japan. Japan stayed perfect in Qatar Football World Cup 2022 qualifying by routing Mongolia 14-0 on Tuesday, a fifth win of the second stage coming 16 months after their last.
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The Samurai Blue, who scored five goals in the first half and nine in the second, now lead group F with 15 points. A victory over Myanmar on June 3 will secure first place in the group and a spot in the third round of Asian qualifying. The eight group winners and four best second-place teams will advance to the next stage, which is scheduled to start in September.
Takumi Minamino, Yuya Osako, Daichi Kamada and Hidemasa Morita all scored in the first half, along with an own goal from Mongolia defender Khash-Erdene Tuyaa. Osako ended with a hat-trick, while Sho Inagaki, Junya Ito and Kyogo Furuhashi scored two each. Takuma Asano also scored. Japan coach Hajime Moriyasu said a big winning margin against Mongolia wasn’t the priority. For more to know about Football World cup Tickets Click Here.
“Rather than focusing on their opponents, our players concentrated on what they wanted to achieve for themselves,” Moriysasu said in comments reported by the Kyodo news agency. “I was able to try some different formations and expand our options.”
The Japanese warmed up with a 3-0-win last week in a friendly against South Korea, organized after their scheduled match against Myanmar was postponed. For more to know about Football World Cup Hospitality click here.
Tuesday’s game had been scheduled to take place in Mongolia but was changed because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Asian Football Confederation decided earlier this month to play all remaining group F matches in Japan. Mongolia was coming off a 3-0 loss to Tajikistan in Dushanbe last Thursday, one of the first games in Asian qualifying since November 2019.
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