Japan Qualified but Germany is out of the Tournament.

Both teams have been proving their worth since the beginning of this tournament. Japan has turned out to be the best underdogs in this game whereas Spain has been dominating the game since the start of the tournament. Everyone thought that Japan could be easily washed off by Spain but things were not as it was thought. The final score of the game could put you in shock as Japan qualified for the knockout stage.

First Half

As soon as the game started, it was very competitive. However, in the very beginning, Alvaro Morata scored an amazing goal in the 11th minute. Japan tried their best but couldn’t score a goal and as a result, the first half ended with a score of 1-0.

Second Half

As soon as the second half began, the amusement was diverse, and both groups were giving their best, but amazingly in the 48th minute, Doan scored the goal for Japan giving them an equalizer mark against Spain. After that goal japan started to show different moves and were playing on different statuses. The Japanese were just celebrating and Japanese striker Tanaka added even more happiness to their celebration by scoring a goal in the 51st minute. Everybody thought the game would conclude with this score. That was the point where everyone thought that was the ultimate score, and yes, that was the ultimate score. Japan won the game with the final score of 2-1 and with this both Spain and Japan qualified for the knockout stage.


The match appeared exceptionally ordinary at the start, but with minutes passing, a few foul plays were seen. A total of 9 fouls were seen from Japan’s side, and 6 fouls were seen from Spain’s side.




Shots on Target







Japan-3 Yellow Cards

Spain-0 Yellow Cards