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They have a lot of players in the German league, plus the odd one or two in Spain. What I’d highlight about Japan is that they’re really dynamic, really quick, really annoying, in the sense that they won’t give us much time to think on the ball. Above all, I like their midfield - Kamada, Tanaka and Endo. Top players who’ll be tough to dispossess even when put under a lot of pressure. ”Easier knockout-stage path if Spain finish second? “When you’re convinced that your team is a really good team and that we want to play seven games, it’s not about coming second. We want to come first. First. That means playing against whoever it is in the last 16… against the runners-up in Group F. Perfect. And in the quarter-finals who would we get? [The winner of] Group H, right? And in theory that could be Brazil. Great.
This has been such a placid half for Spain. Taniguchi becomes the second Japanese player to be booked, also for bringing down Gavi. Busquets gives the ball away in the Japan half, but immediately wins it back - and suddenly Spain have Olmo charging towards the top of the box, readying himself to pull the trigger. Pull the trigger he does, but Taniguchi does well to throw himself in front of the shot. William Allen Japan's Itakura is the first man into the book, after scything down Gavi. Morata (right) celebrates his goal with Williams. (Photo: ADRIAN DENNIS / AFP)William Allen Well, Japan are coming out a little bit more now. They work it to Kamada on the right-hand corner of the Spain box, the Eintracht Frankfurt player taking a touch before advancing into the area.
We’ll play against Brazil. ”(Photo by JAVIER SORIANO / AFP)William Allen Warm-ups underway! The Japan players go through their warm-up routine at Khalifa International Stadium. (Photo: REUTERS/Susana Vera)William Allen Spain out to advance from group stage for 10th timeSpain, meanwhile, have suffered group-stage exits at just two of the last 10 World Cups - including their memorable meltdown as holders in 2014. Should they make it through today, the 2010 winners will have progressed from the first round at 10 of the 16 World Cups they’ve qualified for. (Image: SofaScore)William Allen Japan out to make Samurai Blue historyJapan, incidentally, are bidding to reach the knockouts at back-to-back World Cups for the first time in their history.
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For the winners of Group E, on the other hand, a last-16 tie against Croatia awaits - before a possible quarter-final that has a good chance of being against Brazil. Speaking to the media on Wednesday, Luis Enrique insisted that Spain have no interest in trying to avoid top spot. “When you’re convinced that your team is a really good team and that we want to play seven games [at the tournament], it’s not about coming second [in the group], " he said. "We want to come first. ” William Allen Spain head coach Luis Enrique (left) out on the Khalifa International Stadium pitch with Luis Rubiales, the president of the Spanish Football Federaion (right). (Photo: REUTERS/Paul Childs)William Allen Five changes each for Japan and SpainSpain boss Luis Enrique makes five changes to the side that began Thursday's draw with Germany, as César Azpilicueta, Pau Torres, Alejandro Balde, Nico Williams and Álvaro Morata all come in for La Roja.
"We were very sorry that happened, " says Japan head coach Hajime Moriyasu, who was also in charge of the team at the Olympics. "We were very upset. But I think the players have grown since then. And now they're here. "No fewer than 12 members of the Samurai Blue’s Olympics squad are also in Qatar. William Allen Pre-match comments: Luis EnriqueAnalysis of Japan:“Japan are a really well-drilled side. We came up against them recently in the Olympics, and there are seven or eight players who are in their squad for this tournament. In terms of their individual players, we’re talking about a really high-quality team, with a lot of players who ply their trade in Europe.
Peeeeep! The teams are back out at Khalifa International Stadium, and we're back up and running. I've a few substitutions to tell you about. Rodri out-passes JapanAccording to SofaScore, Spain's Rodri completed 26 more passes than the whole of the Japan team in that first half. Gnabry goal sending Germans through as it standsAt half time over at Al Bayt Stadium, Germany remain 1-0 ahead against Costa Rica. Serge Gnabry's early goal has Die Mannschaft going through in second place as things stand. Join my colleague Joe Brennan for live coverage of that game.
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Spain won 1-0, courtesy of an 89th-minute goal by former Valencia midfielder Rubén Baraja. However, it’s also worth noting their Olympic teams - which are mostly made up of under-23s - met in the semi-finals at the Tokyo Games in summer 2021. Marco Asensio’s 115th-minute winner took the Spaniards into the gold-medal match at the hosts’ expense - and it’s a defeat that still hurts for the Japanese.
William Allen More from Japan boss Hajime MoriyasuBelief:"It's going to be a high-pressure game for all the players, but we must believe in ourselves. They must believe in themselves, they must. They must believe in their team-mates in order to fight against our opponent. Hopefully, they will be at their best and the result will follow. "Pride:"We are going to show the Japanese spirit and pride and we are going to counter our opponents, fight our opponents. I hope that the players will play in such a way that they inspire the Japanese people then they keep inspiring other people. "(Quotes via Reuters; photo: Patrick Smith - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)William Allen Japan out to avenge Olympics defeatAs far as I can see, the only previous meeting between Japan and Spain’s senior sides was a friendly in Córdoba back in April 2001.
They’ve been in the last 16 at three of the last five tournaments, but never consecutively. (Image: SofaScore)William Allen Better to come second in the group? One topic that has been a matter for debate in Spain in the build-up to tonight’s game is this: is it better to finish second in Group E? With Morocco topping Group F, the runners-up in Group E will face the North Africans in the last 16, followed by a potential quarter-final which, as things stand, would be against one of Portugal and Switzerland.
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