Today (21:00, November 23), Germany played Japan in Group E of the World Cup, which was exactly the same as the story of Argentina against Saudi Arabia yesterday. In the first half, the strong teams took a 1-0 lead and scored a penalty. They were all reversed by their opponents in the second half, and the final score was 1:2. The two unpopular matches have already left the lottery players confused. I can't even imagine what the situation is. What's different is that Argentina was reversed shortly after the second half, while Germany led to the 77th minute. Today in Germany, the ability to seize opportunities was too poor. In the first half, relying on physical advantages and abundant physical strength, they completely suppressed Japan, with a possession rate of 77%. However, they couldn't seize the opportunities they created. The only goal scored by the team was a penalty kick. In the 31st minute of the game, Kimmich dribbled to the left of the penalty area in the front court, and Laum inserted the ball to face Kenichi Kaneda. He spiked the ball back and was tackled by Kenichi Kaneda. Laum stood up to protect the ball and was knocked down from behind again. The referee awarded the penalty kick. Jingduoan took a penalty and easily hit, with Germany leading 1-0. After leading, Germany still holds a significant advantage in the scene, with many opportunities in the first half. In the first half of stoppage time, Muller made a bottom cross from the right side, and Ito Junya headed the ball out of the penalty area without going far. Kimmich's shot in front of the penalty area was saved by Kenichi Quanda, and Gnabri from the left side of the penalty area took another shot, while Haffertz scored an empty goal in front of the goal. However, VAR determined that Havertz was offside first and the goal was invalid. Japan is generally at a disadvantage in terms of body shape, and one-on-one is too much of a disadvantage. But Japan has good physical strength! The team waited for the last 20 minutes to exert their strength. Germany did not beat Japan to death in the first 70 minutes, and Japan began to fight fiercely in the 70th minute. As soon as they grabbed the ball, several players ran together, and Germany's defense became a bit overwhelmed. In the 77th minute of the game, the Japanese team passed the ball from the left into the penalty area, and Nano Takashi swept the ball in front of the goal. Neuer blocked the pass, and then substitute Don Anlu scored an empty shot, making the Japanese team 1-1 against the German team. In the 83rd minute, the Japanese team's free kick from the backcourt went to the right side of the front court. Takuma Asano received the ball and entered the right side of the penalty area. He leaned against the German defender from a small angle and scored the golden angle. The Japanese team overtook the German team 2-1! Only, although Germany began to besieg【Chinese Lottery, Philippine Lottery, Chess and Card Entertainment, Macau Lottery, Blackjack Poker, Part time Money Making, Football Betting, Basketball Betting, Football News, Football Network, World Cup, European Cu】

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