‘Moriyasu’s mastermind?”…Japan makes 10 changes to starting XI against Turkmenistan in ‘shocking’ move

Japan’s soccer team, which defeated the tank corps Germany 4-1 in enemy territory and dropped its opponent’s coach, will change its starting lineup by as many as 10 players in the next match against Turkey.

The Japanese national soccer team, led by head coach Hajime Moriyasu, will play its second A match in September at Henck Chegeka Arena in Belgium from 9:20 p.m. on the 12th.

Japan scored two goals each in the first and second half of the friendly match against Germany in Wolfsburg, Germany, on the 10th, winning 4-1. Germany, which hosted next year’s European Championship, dismissed manager Hans Dieter Flick, holding him responsible for the crushing defeat. It was the first time in the history of German soccer that the national team coach was replaced.

Japan, which gained momentum and won four consecutive A matches in June, will fight with an unconventional lineup of only one of the starting members of the match against Germany in Turkey.

In addition to Nakamura Kosuke (Portimonens) as goalkeepers, Hiroki Ito (Stuttgart), Machida Gogi (Union Jules), Taniguchi Shogo (Al Raiyan), and Maikuma Seiya (Serso Osaka) were included in the back four. Tanaka Ao (Portuna Dusseldort) and Ito Atsuki (Urawa Reds) participated in the double volantero. The three second-line strikers were composed of Doan Ritz (Freiburg), Kubo Takefusa (Real Sociedad), and Nakamura Keiko (Lance). Furuhashi Kyogo, who played for Scotland’s prestigious Celtic and won the top scorer in the Scottish Premiership, took the top spot.메이저사이트

In the match against Germany, Japan consisted of goalkeeper Keisuke Osako (Sanfrecce Hiroshima), Hiroki Ito, Takehiro Tomiyasu (Arsnal), Go Itakura (Mönchengladbach), and Yukinari Sugawara (AZ Alkmar). Endo Wataru (Liverpool) and Morita Hidemasa (Sporting Lisbon) were deployed as double volante. Kaoru Mitoma (Brighton), Daichi Kamada (Raccio), and Junya Ito (Lance) were in the second line. Ayase Ueda (Peyenoord) came out as the one-top.

Considering that the match against Germany was held 72 hours later, he carried out an unconventional mercenary tactic to change 10 players except for left-back Hiroki Ito.

In the match against Germany, all 10 field players who started except for the goalkeeper were European, but in the match against Turkey, two J leaguers and Taniguchi, who plays for Qatar, were also included.

Turkiye, led by goalkeeper Ughurchan Chakir (Trabzonspor), have played against Onur Bulut (Besiktash), Chalar Soeyunju (Atletico Madrid), Ozan Kabak (Hopenheim), Mert Müldur (Fenerbache, defender), Sali Özchan (Dortmund), Yusuf (Sarimeckerforskapen), midfielder, Orbache (Ben).

Japan ranks 20th in the FIFA rankings, the highest in Asia. Turkiye is ranked 41st in the FIFA rankings.