A Japanese Victory Make History
￼ photo from i4u.com The world witnessed some great games last night. Among the amazing games, there were England 5 San Marino 0, Germany 6 Ireland 1, Spain 4 Belarus 0 and Italy 3 Armenia 1.
￼ photo from i4u.com
The world witnessed some great games last night. Among the amazing games, there were England 5 San Marino 0, Germany 6 Ireland 1, Spain 4 Belarus 0 and Italy 3 Armenia 1. Personally, England, Germany, Spain and Italy all deserved to win especially England, particularly playing against lowly ranked San Marino, it should be a simple walk in the park for the English players. Although all the big teams had their victories registered, one of them was not that lucky; France 0 Japan 1. Les Bleus’ fans possibly would not acknowledge the unfortunate friendly’s scoreline but this was supposed to be a preparation for the game against Spain comes Tuesday so I strongly believe Les Bleus went all out to win but they lost to our Asian Champion. Absolute respect to Les Bleus, their line-up was deadly with Benzema and Giroud leaing the attack, Menez leading the midfield, Koscielny at the back and Lloris at goal. On the other side of the globe, Japanese supporters stayed up to catch the game live on television. With a strong defensive line and Endo leading the attacking, Manchester United’s midfielder, Shinji Kagawa, scored on the 88th after a swift counterattack from their own half. Asian football used to be the outclassed but results in recent years had shown that Asian football could probably be the next big thing. The result also marked Japan’s first ever victory against the French in their football history! Well, more games coming up soon. Probably an update for Singapore football fans, the next game you could be interested in watching – Singapore vs India on 16 Oct 2012, 7:45pm, at Choa Chu Kang Stadium! See you there!