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Japan staged a surprise win against Germany

Japan staged a surprise win against Germany

Japan staged a surprise win against Germany

In this year’s World Cup in Qatar, Asian teams continue to stage a “down to win” game, defeating the traditional football powerhouses, which not only increases the fun of watching the game but also gives sports gamers who want to win big with a small chance to earn a lot of money. On the evening of the 23rd, Japan ranked 29th in the world, scoring two consecutive goals in the second half against Germany, which had won the championship four times.

Before the game, the international gaming organization gave the German team a handicap of one and a half goals, which shows that this experienced European team that has just undergone a lineup change is not optimistic enough to win steadily. After the game kicked off, the German team scored a 12-yard free throw by İlkay Gündoğan in the first half and took the lead at the end of the game. The German team held 65% of the ball and was about to secure the victory. However, in the 75th and 83rd minutes of the game, Japan did a surprise reversal by scoring a tie and a lead with Ritsu Doan and Asano Takuma. 

Ritsu Doan and Asano Takuma, the two main players who helped the “Blue Samurai” Japan win this time, are both players in Europe and both played in the Bundesliga. They have successfully replicated the dramatic explosion in that Saudi Arabia defeated Argentina with the legendary star Lionel Messi the day before.