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[Live/Game] New Zealand vs Japan Live Stream 2020 Tokyo Olympics Men’s Soccer

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Publié: 31 juillet 2021 (il y a 2 mois)
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Posible New Zealand
The possible New Zealanders for the confrontation are: Leat, Bott, Moore, Erceg and Riley; Cleverly, Percival, Hassett, Bowen and Chance; Wilkinson.

Posible Japan
The possible line-up for the match is: Tani, Sakai, Yoshida, Ikakura and Nakayama; Tanaka, Endo, Doan, Kubo and Miyoshi; Hayashi.

Plus Ultra!
Both teams have no absences for the match, and can go with full strength for the decisive confrontation.

Hajime Moriyasu
Before the match against France, Hajime Moriyasu commented on his team’s performances, as well as the mentality for the Olympics: “To win and advance in this tournament, our players are aiming to produce a result and at the same time make better progress in each game, so they can be better in the next game than they are now. They are setting a good challenge with good thinking. I feel that the relationships within our team are improving as we train more and spend more time together on a daily basis. I want our players to refocus their minds to prepare for the next game.”