The Japanese national soccer team dedicated its first match of the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup to the victims and victims of the Ishikawa Prefecture earthquake.

Japan beat Vietnam 4-2 in the first Group D match of the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup at Altumama Stadium in Doha, Qatar on the 14th (Korea time).

Japan, which had its first A match, set a new record of 11 consecutive wins since its landslide 6-0 victory against El Salvador in June last year. The 11 consecutive wins also include victories over European powerhouses Germany (4-1 win) and Turkiye (4-2).

Japan wore a black armband on its arm to commemorate the earthquake victims.

After reversing the 1-2 game to 4-2 and winning a thrilling victory, he greeted Japanese fans with a placard saying, “Let’s cheer up the earthquake victims.”

Since New Year’s Day, Japan has experienced several earthquakes with a magnitude of 7.6 or higher on the Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture, killing 202 people and destroying urban infrastructure. 라바카지노도메인

“There were some difficult times because we gave up the lead, but the players did not falter and dealt well to turn the game around again,” Japanese national team coach Hajime Moriyasu said after the match. “I hope this victory will give joy to the Japanese people suffering from the earthquake.”

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