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‘Nguyen Ronaldo’ Gets Japanese Cold Sweats… Right ‘Almost Torn’

‘Nguyen Ronaldo’ Gets Japanese Cold Sweats… Right ‘Almost Torn’

Who the hell is Vietnam’s No. 15?

Japan struggled to contain Vietnam’s No. 15 Nguyen Dinh Bac. Despite winning the match,

Japan struggled with Dinh Bac’s speed throughout the first half.

Hajime Moriyasu’s Japan defeated Vietnam 4-2 in the first leg of their Qatar Asian Cup Group D qualifier at the Altumama Stadium in Doha, Qatar on Thursday (July 14).

The Japanese were caught off guard by an unexpected turn of events,

falling behind 1-2 at one point in the first half. 카지노사이트

Japan came out in a 4-2-3-1 formation.

Mao Hosoya (Kashiwa Reysol) started up top. Keito Nakamura (Stade Français),

Takumi Minamino (AS Monaco), and Junya Ito (Stade Français) formed the second line.

Wataru Endo (Liverpool) and Hidemasa Morita (Sporting) joined them in a double bolanch.

Hiroki Ito (Stuttgart), Shogo Taniguchi (Alayan), Ko Itakura (Borussia Mönchengladbach) and Yukinari Sugawara (Alkmaar) were the back four.

Shion Suzuki (Sint-Truiden) was in goal.

Despite missing four starters in Takefusa Kubo (Real Sociedad), Kaoru Mitoma (Brighton),

Takehiro Tomiyasu (Arsenal) and Ayase Ueda (Feyenoord),

Japan filled nine of its 11 roster spots with Europeans.

Japan opened the scoring in the 11th minute and looked to be on their way to an easy victory.

From a corner kick, Sugawara headed the ball out to the right outside the box.

The deflection found its way to Takumi Minamino.

Minamino calmly slotted it home.

But five minutes later, the game changed dramatically.

Dinh Bac was playing on the left wing in Vietnam’s 5-4-1 formation.

In the 16th minute, he scored a near-magical header off a corner kick.

He cut in a short corner kick and sent a back header across the face of the Japanese goal.

The ball grazed Dinbak’s forehead and rose high.

It flew past Japan goalkeeper Suzuki’s height and then dropped.

The far post rattled and the Vietnamese celebrated.

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