‘The era of Japanese soccer is over’.

Chinese commentator’s remarks shock Japan.

“A Chinese commentator with 18.55 million followers made shocking comments ahead of a one-minute match against China,” Japanese soccer publication Soccer Digest reported on Saturday.

Japan’s U-23 national team, coached by Ko Oiwa, and China’s U-23 national team, coached by Cheng Yaodong, will meet at 10 p.m. ET on Saturday at the Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium in Doha, Qatar, in the first match of Group B of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U-23 Asian Cup 온라인카지노 and the final Asian qualifying tournament for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.

On paper, the Japanese have the edge. The Japanese have called up five players from the European squad alone for the tournament. They are the heavy favorites to win the tournament. Despite the age difference, Japan also confirmed its dominance at last year’s U-20 Asian Cup by sweeping China. China and Japan met in Group D of the U-20 Asian Cup in Uzbekistan last March. China took a 1-0 lead in the sixth minute of the first half on an own goal. However, Japan responded with back-to-back goals from Naoki Kumata to win 2-1.

You can’t win or lose. The soccer ball is round. SoccerDigest wrote, “Ahead of the China-Japan match, China’s renowned Don Lu made waves with his shocking views. What will this match bring? The outlet cited a report from Chinese media outlet Ziboba. “I want to say that the era of Japanese soccer is over. It’s over for Japanese soccer to reach the round of 16 in the World Cup. In Asia, it can continue for a while. But it will definitely fall. Because the physicality is not good. China has no problems physically. Believe me. They are improving, so one day China’s day will come.”

“I think Japan is a strong team, a good team, their technique is good, but I hope China will get a good result in this match,” said head coach Cheng Yaodong at the official pre-match press conference.

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