Urawa Red Diamonds have a draw 5 matches consecutive after tied Sanfrecce Hiroshima with a score of 0-0 in the J.League 2022 at Saitama Stadium, Saitama.
This game was started by Ito and Makoto Mitsuta, who are seniors and juniors of Ryutsu Keizai University. From the positions of voluntary and shadow, a matchup between the two was expected.
The match begins with the flow of pressing each other, but with Hiroshima, who excels in the press, and Urawa, who excels in holding the ball, Urawa has a slightly longer time to hold the ball. However, even in the pulled state, Hiroshima’s defense is strong, and Urawa cannot easily bring it to the decision machine. Alex’s Sharq shoots in the 3rd and 10th minutes, but both are inadequate.
In the 14th minute, Kazuaki Mawatari’s free-kick was sucked into the goal as it was, but VAR checked that Takuya Iwanami, who was in the offside position, might have influenced him. The on-field review resulted in a no-goal decision.
From around 17 minutes, Hiroshima began to hold the ball more and more, and Urawa began to push in, but Urawa also defended firmly at the end and did not allow the score. Junior He had some scenes where Santos was about to escape, but Iwanami and Mawatari got into the cover and got nothing. Perhaps the biggest chance on the Hiroshima side was the scene where Mitsuda’s middle shot hit the post in the 27th minute.
In the 42nd minute, Junior he shot a series of shots by Santos, but Alexander was unable to score due to Scholz’s block and GK Shusaku Nishikawa’s save. I finished the first half with 0-0.
It was Hiroshima that took turns in half-time. Nassim, who received a yellow card for a dangerous play, lowered Ben’s Califa and introduced Taishi Matsumoto, and changed the system from [3-5-2] to [3-4-2-1].
In the second half, both will be slightly delayed and open, and chances will increase for each other. In the 55th minute, Junior shot Santos in the penalty area, but he couldn’t meet and was out of the box. Immediately after Urawa had a chance, David’s Moberg shot from a quick restart, but was blocked by GK Keisuke Osako’s big save.
Urawa gradually made more mistakes and couldn’t keep moving forward, but he responded mainly to the counter. As the rainy legs gradually strengthened, there was a struggle of each other’s defense team and a good defense of the goalkeeper, and it became a scoreless draw that lacked the accuracy of the finish.
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