South Korean football, led by head coach Jürgen Klinsmann, has no victory in five consecutive games. It’s three draws and two losses. On the other hand, Japan, which dreams of “de-Asia,” is taking a different step with the momentum of beating Germany.

Japan, which continues to be led by coach Hajime Moriyasu, won a 4-1 friendly match against Germany at Volkswagen Arena in Wolfsburg, Germany, on the 10th (Korea Standard Time). Japan took the lead with Junya Ito’s first goal in the 11th minute of the first half. Germany put the game back to square one in the 19th minute when Germany’s Leroy Sane scored an equalizer.

I wasn’t intimidated. Japan’s spears became fiercer. Ayase Ueda scored his second goal in the 22nd minute of the first half of Japan. The period was splendid. Japan finished a complete victory with Asano Takuma in the 45th minute of the second half and Tanaka Ao two minutes later scoring consecutive goals. Germany, which was eliminated from the group stage of the 2022 Qatar World Cup, is once again in a nightmare swamp.

Japan has recorded three wins, one draw and one loss in five games this year, including three consecutive A matches. With the current momentum, Korean soccer is no longer a competitor. He has also established himself as a strong candidate for the Qatar Asian Cup, which will open in January next year.

It was the first ‘return match’ in 10 months. Germany and Japan faced each other in the first Group E match of the Qatar World Cup on November 23 last year. The outlook was bleak as it was in Japan’s “death group,” which belongs to Germany, Spain, and Costa Rica.

However, he came from behind to win 2-1 against Germany, creating a “miracle of Doha.” Germany took the lead with Gundoan’s penalty kick goal in the first half, but Japan succeeded in reversing the game with a replacement card in the second half. Doan Ritz and Asano Takuma scored relay goals.

Japan aims to reach the quarterfinals or higher at the Qatar World Cup. The majority of the experts snorted. The reality was different. The quarterfinals were frustrated at the threshold, but they advanced to the round of 16 as the first place in the “Group of Death.” Japan is the first Asian country to reach the round of 16 in two consecutive World Cups.

Japan is systematically developing its national team based on its long-term vision with coach Moriyasu, a domestic player, not a foreigner. At this rate, the dream of advancing to the semifinals of the 2030 World Cup and winning the title in 2050 is by no means an illusion.

Bento’s team was completely defeated 0-3 in two matches between Korea and Japan in 2021 and 2022. It’s not just the A team. It is also thoroughly ridiculed on the stage of the future, which can gauge the growth of soccer in each country.

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