Japan follows in the footsteps of Saudi Arabia and certifies the second big surprise of the World Cup in Qatar. If the team that had the support of Mohammed Bin Salman in the box knocked down Leo Messi’s Argentina, the team led by Moriyasu has defeated, including a comeback, a title contender like Germany. [Narración y estadísticas: Alemania 1-2 Japón].

A triumph that serves to completely blow up the group that also includes Spain and Costa Rica. Luis Enrique’s team now has everything in its favor to be first in the group if it manages to do its homework after the Al Khalifa Stadium has witnessed one of the greatest feats in the history of Asian football.

An encounter that surprising for its outcome, but not for its beginning. Germany did not disappoint in the game, but it did in the result, since it was clearly deserving of victory until the revolution of changes arrived. Hansi Flick’s team had endless chances in both the first and second half, but they weren’t right in the finish.

They only managed to see the goal through a Gündogan penalty in the first half. Before the break, Havertz had a goal disallowed for offside, although Japan also suffered the same situation at the beginning of the clash after the scare given by Maeda. However, the German team abandoned its usual reliability and allowed itself to be overcome in two oversights caused by goals from Doan and Asano in the final stretch of the match. A victory that brought madness to the Japanese bench that takes a giant step in their aspirations to be in the round of 16.

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