Urawa Red Diamonds tied 6 matches consecutive after opening home tied Yokohama F.Marinos with a score of 3-3 in the J.League 2022 at Saitama Stadium, Saitama.
From the beginning of the game, Yokohama FM held the ball and Urawa greeted him. Urawa’s defense, which intercepts with a middle block, was effective in the early stages, and Yokohama FM could not easily reach the finish. In the 4th minute, Hirano runs Casper behind his Junker, creating a chance scene for Alex’s Sharq.
However, the situation changed completely in 12 minutes. Ryuta Koike sent a cross with his left foot from deep on the left side, but when Nishimura and Urawa defenders who jumped into it flowed to the far side without touching it, Kota Mizunuma pushed in and shook the goal net.
Perhaps I lost my concentration here, and after that it was a one-sided development. Urawa’s play is disturbed in every area due to impatience, and the position balance does not go well and the development continues to be pushed. And in the 19th minute, Anderson Lopes headed to Miyaichi’s cross and Yokohama FM took the second goal. In the 30th minute, Miyaichi, who received his Lopez pass, stabbed a winding shot from 45 degrees to the left into the far side to make it 3-0.
Urawa wasn’t without a chance at all, but Yoshio Koizumi’s shot in the 17th minute flew out of the frame without power, and Kasper Junker matched the grounder pass of trick play from the left CK in the 45 + 2 minutes, but this was also out of the frame. .. I finished the first half in a difficult situation.
In the second half, they kicked off without taking turns. Urawa, who wants to turn the game over, goes on the offensive, and Kasper Junker, who escaped to Takuya Iwanami’s long feed in the 47th minute, pours in to the right of the goal and returns one point. With this, the atmosphere of the stadium changes completely, and Urawa’s attack time also increases. The air that I do not know what will happen yet begins to flow.
Urawa introduced Yusuke Matsuo and Tomoaki Okubo in the 69th minute, and David Moberg and aggressive players to Ken Iwao in the 77th minute. Then, in the 81st minute, Casper’s Junker escaped from Matsuo’s pass and stabbed into the upper left corner of the goal, one point behind. In the 84th minute, Ricardo Rodríguez also fueled the stand at the chance of a free-kick, and the voltage was at its peak. Then, in the 89th minute, when Okubo broke through the left side, he turned back and made the last pass with his right foot. Kasper Junker poured this in again and finally tied the score.
After that, we had a chance to win against each other, but the match ended as was due to the good save of GK Shusaku Nishikawa. The fierce battle, which was the opposite of the first half and the second half, ended with pain.
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