Japan’s football team defeated Iran on Monday (January 28th), performing in the AFC Asian Cup semifinals here and out of the tournament. By winning this important match 3-0, Japan has made it to the final of the tournament.
This was the 100th match for the Chief Coach of Iran as Kloster Quiroz, but his team failed to make it memorable. 65-year-old Quiros took over the post of chief coach of Iran’s national team in April 2011 and under his guidance, the team made history by successfully completing two (2014, 2018) FIFA World Cup qualifying.
Although Iran’s beginning against Japan was strong. There was a tough fight between the two teams in the first half, but no team managed to make the lead.
Second half was completely Japanese name. In the 56th minute, Japan attacked and Uwa Osaka scored a header through the header and gave the team an edge.
In the 67th minute of the match, Iran’s defense once again made a big mistake and Japan got a penalty. Osaka doubled Japan’s lead by turning the penalty into a goal. In the final round of the match for Japan, Injury Time (91st), Genki Harguichi stole