Japan vs Germany produced a major upset

Japan produced a brilliant second-half comeback to record a 2-1 victory in the 2022 FIFA World Cup Group E match between Germany and Japan on Wednesday at the Khalifa International Stadium.

Germany’s World Cup team is one of the most talented in the competition. They are among the favorites to win the tournament. This defeat will be a heavy blow to his confidence in the future.

Germany vs Japan: Samurai Blues record stunning FIFA World Cup victory

The Samurai Blues have come from behind to record a historic 2-1 victory in the 2022 FIFA World Cup match between Germany and Japan. It is Japan’s first victory in the Germany vs Japan match.

Germany took the lead in the match thanks to Ilkay Gundogon’s penalty in the 33rd minute, but were unable to increase their lead despite creating several chances. They were punished for their missed chances by Ritsu Doan, who scored the equalizing goal for Japan during the 75th minute of the game.

FIFA World Cup 2022: The Samurai Blues gave the surprise in the match between Japan and Germany
FIFA World Cup 2022: The Samurai Blues gave the surprise in the match between Japan and Germany

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VfL Bochum attacker Takuma Asano put the Samurai Blues ahead in the game between Germany and Japan just seven minutes before the final whistle. Germany struggled to get into the game during the closing stages, but were held off well by the Asian defense.

The DFB team enjoyed 74 percent possession of the ball during the match between Germany and Japan. They also had 26 shots on goal compared to Japan’s 12.

Germany will face Spain on November 28. Meanwhile, they will face Costa Rica on November 27.


Ian Wright criticizes Kai Havertz after Germany defeat

Former Arsenal attacker Ian Wright criticized attacker Kai Havertz while analyzing his disallowed goal during the Germany vs Japan match at the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Speaking to the media, he said: “Havertz, stay where you are! ‘The ball is passing through there. You don’t need to go. If you wait, stay there, you’ll be able to slide and get it. What happens is that you could see how close he was to the goal. I can’t believe this is happening at this level!”

Havertz has been under intense scrutiny since joining Chelsea for £72m from Bayer Leverkusen during the summer window of 2020. He has made 69 Premier League appearances so far, registering 15 goals and six assists.

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When is the next 2022 FIFA World Cup match?

Three matches of the 2022 FIFA World Cup are scheduled to be played on November 24, 2022.

MatchGroupTime(IST)StadiumSwitzerland vs CameroonGroup G03:30PMAl Janoub StadiumUruguay vs South KoreaGroup H06:30PMEducation City StadiumPortugal vs GhanaGroup H09:30PMStadium 974

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