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HUMILIATION!!! 5-0 win proves Japanese class

HUMILIATION!!! 5-0 win proves Japanese class

Let us see the latest results, as well as the score of Japan vs Hong Kong match in 2019 EAFF E1 Football Championship.

HUMILIATION!!! 5-0 win proves Japanese class

HUMILIATION!!! 5-0 win proves Japanese class

Japan's line-up:

23 Keisuke Osako, 15 Tsuyoshi Watanabe, 3 Shunta Tanaka, 21 Taiyo Koga, 16 Yuki Soma, 6 Ryota Oshima (C), 17 Ao Tanaka, 2 Daiki Suga, 10 Teruhito Nakagawa, 11 Kyosuke Tagawa, 20 Koki Ogawa.

HUMILIATION!!! 5-0 win proves Japanese class

HUMILIATION!!! 5-0 win proves Japanese class

Japan vs Hong Kong match information

Time: 18:30 (GMT+8) on December 14th

Venue: Gudeok Stadium

‎‎Competition: 2019 EAFF E1 Football Championship

After beating China in the first fixture, Japan will likely have another easy match against Hong Kong. Compared to China, Hong Kong is not only much weaker but also does not have possible methods to attack in games.

A victory for Japan will help them prepare better ahead of the last match against South Korea. At the moment, it is the only team in East Asia that can tackle Japan.

To aim at the best possible score, Japan will have to re-organize the defense system. In the match against China, Japanese players did not play well when they let their opponents have many chances to shoot in the penalty area.

Only by doing that can they hope to beat South Korea in this competition. Unlike other teams, South Korea is very dangerous in dead-ball situations, so the game versus Hong Kong will be a good chance for Japan to test new defending tactics.

On the other hand, Hong Kong was very lucky in the first game. They lost just two goals when their opponent was South Korea. It seemed that the host nation did not want to put too much effort in the match, so they just played to secure a victory instead of scoring as many as they could.

Japan vs Hong Kong possible lineups:

Japan: Kosuke Nakamura, Shinnosuke Hatanaka, Genta Miura, Sho Sasaki, Daiki Hashioka, Yosuke Ideguchi, Kento Hashimoto, Keita Endo, Musashi Suzuki, Tsukasa Morishima, Ayase Ueda.

Hong Kong: Yapp Hung Fai, Tsui Wang Kit, Leung Nok Hang, Law Tsz Chun, Tong Kin Man, Huang Yang, Chung Wai Keung, Wong Wai, Tan Chun Lok, Sandro, Giovane.