Germany never recovered after being beaten 4-1 by Japan.

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The Germany “Iron Eagles” lost another match at home crushed by Japan 4-1 in a warm-up football game last Saturday.

The Germans placed Kai Havertz as the target man. Along with Leroy Sane, Florian Wiertz and Serge Gnabry to help shape the game. While Japan was led by Wataru Endo, Kaoru Mitoma and Junya Ito

The game started 11 minutes in. Japan took the lead 1-0 from a beautiful connection on the starboard side. UFABET Before Yukinari Sugawara cut into the middle for Junya Ito to decisively charge the first post.

But the Germans tied the score 1-1 8 minutes later. Florian Wiertz flowed the ball into the right-hand penalty area for Leroy Sane to run and shoot. With his left without touching it and send the ball into the far post with precision.

The home team was delighted and soon got Japan to take the lead again to 2-1 in the 22nd minute. Yukinari Sugawara cut the ball from the right into the middle for Junya Ito to shoot. The first shot didn’t hit completely, but it went into the path of Ayase U. Eda reacted well, setting up his left foot and slamming the ball into the net.

In the second half.

Japan had a chance to counter in the 70th minute. Takuma Asano slipped into the penalty area before Marc-Andre ter Stegen’s shot was saved, which bounced into the path of Kaoru Mitoma, but he repeated. It didn’t pass through the hands of Ter Stegen. 

In the final minute, it was Japan who scored 3-1 with a solo goal by Takefusa Kubo who snatched the ball from a local player. Before wading into the penalty area and generously flowing for Takuma Asano to shoot clear and into the net. 

In stoppage time, the Samurai army got another goal, finishing off with Takefusa Kubo moving to the starboard side before finding a chance to open into the middle for Ao Tanaka to head in and send the ball precisely against the post. 

Making the game end as Japan reclaimed their revenge against Germany 4-1 after just winning the 2022 World Cup and causing the Iron Eagles to lose 4 out of the last 5 matches and making Hansi Flick’s coach’s chair even hotter than before.