Japan national football team clinch 2 matches in June after beated Peru national team with a score of 4-1 in the International Friendly ‘A’ Match at Panasonic Suita Stadium, Osaka.
Japan leads by 2 points in the first half. In the 22nd minute, Ito opened the scoring with a spectacular middle-range shot, and in the 37th minute, Mitoma added a point with a full right-footed shot. In the 41st minute, Lapadura slipped into the back and shook the net, but after a VAR check, the goal was ruled out as offside.
In the second half, in the 47th minute, Mitoma set the stage and Ito tried with his left foot, but he missed the chance because he couldn’t finish the meet. In the 56th minute, Ito’s cross that broke through the flanks was blocked by the opponent, but Japan launched a solid attack.
In the 63rd minute, Japan scored their third goal. Ito reacted to Mitoma’s polite last pass, which slipped out of the left side, and finished calmly.
In the 75th minute, Daizen Maeda, who did not miss an opponent’s passing mistake, won one-on-one with the goalkeeper and scored the team’s fourth goal.
In the 83rd minute, they failed to bounce off the opponent’s cross, and conceded a goal when a loose ball was pushed in. However, no further goals were allowed, and Japan won a comfortable victory over a formidable South American opponent. The match against El Salvador on the 15th was 6-0, and the June series was a winning streak with a total of 10 goals.
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