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Fifa World Cup: Japan-Senegal’s match draw 2-2

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24 June :- The Group-H match played at the Ekaterinburg Arena in the 21st edition of the FIFA World Cup between Japan and Senegal ended on a 2-2 draw. With this draw, Senegal and Japan have become four-digit, but Japan remains in the top spot in terms of better goal difference.

The team who won the match could have cut the last-16 ticket, but now both the teams will have to wait for the next match and also keep an eye on the matches of Poland and Colombia.

The match was full of adventure. Senegal created pressure on Japan since the beginning. He was continuously going through Japan’s penultimate area through his aggressive game and got success in the 11th minute.

Musa Zwuya passed the box inside which the Japanese player attempted to clear through the header but went to Yusuf Sabli, standing behind the ball, who targeted the goal.

Japanese goalkeeper Eiji Kavashima tried to clear it by punching him but the ball collided with the knee necklace and went into the net and Senegal easily got the goal.

In the 22nd minute Senegal made another chance by counter attack. Senegal player played shot from outside the box. This time, the Japanese goalkeeper did not make any mistake and did not allow the second goal to beat Dwayne Mar Senegal on his left side.

Senegal certainly played an aggressive game, but Japan spent most of the time on the ball. After all, it got success in the 34th minute. Takashi Inui placed the ball in the corner of the net from the left corner of the box and gave equal ratios to his team.

The first half ended at 1-1. In the second half, Japan played better games and stepped in on the field with aggression. He made an opportunity in the 49th minute as soon as he came. Genki Haraguchi gave the ball to the young Osaka from the header, who missed the ball on the ball from the top of the bar.

Within 60 to 65 minutes Japan made three occasions. On the first occasion Senegal goalkeeper Khadim Nadiaye cleared the ball. In the 63rd minute, Vaguay weakened ahead of Senegal’s defense and in the 65th minute, Inuye’s shot hit the corner of the bar and went out.

Senegal tried to retreat among Japan’s growing efforts, and 19-year-old Zeuga made Senegal 2-1 ahead in the 71st minute with his first international goal. They did this round to Yusuf.

Senegal, however, could not maintain his advantage much longer, and in the 74th minute, Shinji Kappa was replaced by Kisuke Honda on the field, in the 82nd minute he scored a match for his team. This time, Inuye gave the ball to Honda who easily put the ball in the net equal to 2-2.

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