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Japan 1 – Spain 1: summary, result and goals | international friendly

by archysport


The Canarian footballer was not in the game, but left at game time to save the furniture of a Spanish team that for half an hour was behind on the scoreboard. His entry into the second half served to change the rhythm and guarantee the dominance of a Spain that in the first half, went from more to less.

During that stretch of the first half in which Japan squeezed before 45 ‘, Doan’s goal came. And in said so much, of course, Take Kubo appeared. The Real Madrid footballer, who was substituted in the 66th minute, completed a great play to assist Doan himself, whose shoe ended with the ball sneaking into the goal of Unai Simón, whose stretch could not end in stop.

With the start of the second half, Oyarzabal, Bryan Gil and Moncayola were the first players to enter the field of play. Spain arrived with more danger, but was still stuck in the circulation of the ball despite the attempts of the San Sebastian and Marco Asensio, who returned to play with the national team. Later, Carlos Soler and Pedri also entered to dynamite the game and thus change the fortunes of Spain.

Precisely, with a pinch of luck and drive, came the Spanish draw. Pedri pulled a sensational pass into the hole from his sleeve for Miranda, who in turn put the ball into the area for the Valencia midfielder, with suspense, to shoot and tie the game. The shot, yes, hit the stick first.

The test prior to the start of the Games ends in a draw. On Thursday comes the first official match in the competition against Egypt.

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