WCQ2022: Mongolia Battered By Japan In A 14-0 Thriller

WCQ2022: Mongolia Battered By Japan In A 14-0 Thriller

Asian football giants, the Japanese senior national team thrashed the minnows, Mongolians on Tuesday in the World Cup 2022 qualifiers as they take giant step towards qualifying for the biggest football competition to be held in Qatar.

Liverpool’s player on-loan at Southampton, Minamino put Japanese side into the lead 13 minutes before Osako claimed his first 10 minutes later.

Daichi Kamada and Hidemasa Morita scored the third and fourth goals on the 26th and 35th minutes respectively.

Khash Erdene Tuyaa’s own goal 5 minutes before the first break put the Japanese in a cushioned lead.

Osako and Sho Inagaki scored the sixth and the seventhth goals on the 55th and 68th minutes respectively.

The match ended with Yuya Osako scoring a hat trick on the the 23rd, 55th and 90+2, Kamada on the 26th minute, Morita on the 33rd minute, Inagaki on the 68th and 90+3 minutes,

Ito also got on the scoresheet on the 73rd and 79th minutes. Furuhashi scored on the 78th and the 86th minutes.

All the goals accumulating to a 14-to- nothing scoreline against Mongolia.

The win means the Japanese will progress to the next phase of Asia’s qualifying tournament for the 2022 World Cup if they beat another minnows, Myanmar who they would be hosting on 3rd June.

Asian football giants, the Japanese senior national team thrashed the minnows, Mongolians on Tuesday in the World Cup 2022 qualifiers as they take giant step towards qualifying for the biggest football competition to be held in Qatar.

Liverpool’s player on-loan at Southampton, Minamino put Japanese side into the lead 13 minutes before Osako claimed his first 10 minutes later.

Daichi Kamada and Hidemasa Morita scored the third and fourth goals on the 26th and 35th minutes respectively.

Khash Erdene Tuyaa’s own goal 5 minutes before the first break put the Japanese in a cushioned lead.

Osako and Sho Inagaki scored the sixth and the seventhth goals on the 55th and 68th minutes respectively.

The match ended with Yuya Osako scoring a hat trick on the the 23rd, 55th and 90+2, Kamada on the 26th minute, Morita on the 33rd minute, Inagaki on the 68th and 90+3 minutes,

Ito also got on the scoresheet on the 73rd and 79th minutes. Furuhashi scored on the 78th and the 86th minutes.

All the goals accumulating to a 14-to- nothing scoreline against Mongolia.

The win means the Japanese will progress to the next phase of Asia’s qualifying tournament for the 2022 World Cup if they beat another minnows, Myanmar who they would be hosting on 3rd June.

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