Japan Goals

Best Goals in World Cup 2018 Last 16 Day 3
The third day of FIFA World Cup 2018 Last 16 was probable the most exciting ones with thrilling and fun matches, resulting in several exciting goals. Most of the top selected goals came from the exciting Belgium against Japan game which ended 3-2 for the Red Devils as they match on into quarter final round for a meeting with Brazil.
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Belgium vs Japan (3-2)
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Belgium Beat Japan in a Thrilling World Cup 2018 Last 16
Belgium made their way into the quarter final of World Cup 2018 after eliminating Japan, but it was far from a comfortable win for the Red Devils as they have to fight hard for it. Winning all of their group games, Roberto Martinez's side saw themselves tipped as favorite against the Asian representative, which got into the last 16 after a lucky fair play rule.
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Belgium Aim to Beat Japan for World Cup 2018 Quarter Final Spot
Finishing their World Cup 2018 group stage round as group winner, Belgium set their feet on the tournament's last 16 and set for a battle against Asian representative, Japan this Monday.
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Japan Heading Into Knock Out Stage Despite Losing to Poland
Japan become the only Asian representative still participating in World Cup 2018 as they made their way into the last 16 in such fortunate fashion despite  losing 1-0 against Poland.
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Japan vs Poland (0-1)
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Japan Gunning for Last 16 Spot by Beating Poland
Japan are inching closer to get themselves into securing a spot in the knock out stage of FIFA World Cup 2018, but before getting there the Blue Samurai must overcome Poland. Playing against side that doesn't have much to play for might not be an easy task for Akira Nishino's men as their opponent will go into the pitch with no pressure whatsoever.
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Japan and Senegal Shared a Point in an Exciting Encounter
Japan and Senegal's ambition to confirm their passage into the knock out stage of World Cup 2014 this weekend got halted as neither teams were able to do it. Winning their first game, both teams acknowledged that another win can help them secure that spot in the knock out stage That situation triggered both teams into putting in an aggressive approach since kick off and it was Colombia that got things going as they broke the dead lock on 11 minutes through Sadio Mane.
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Japan vs Senegal (2-2)
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Japan and Senegal Targeting Three Points to Secure Knock Out Place
An intriguing battle set to occur in group H of FIFA World Cup 2018 tournament this Sunday as two underdogs, Japan and Senegal are both targeting all three points. Both teams surprisingly won their opening fixtures, so now they are on the verge of advancing into the next stage, which will most likely happen if they grab maximum points this weekend.
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Colombia vs Japan (1-2)
In catching Colombia cold at the Mordovia Arena, Japan earned their first ever win over Los Cafeteros, avenging their 4-1 defeat to the same opponents at Brazil 2014, and picked up three precious points in their bid to advance from Group H.
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Japan Edged 10 Men Colombia in World Cup 2018
Colombia's ambition to repeat their 2014 success in winning all of their World Cup group games fell short as they suffered their first defeat during this year's tournament from Japan.
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Colombia Aiming for Victory Against Japan
Doing relative well in previous World Cup, Colombia are aiming for something better this year in Russia, but before they're gunning for something bigger, Jose Pekerman's men must pick up positive result on their opening group game against Japan.
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