Japan lost 1-2 in an evaluation match against Colombia held in Osaka, Japan on the afternoon of the 28th. Colombia scored a come-from-behind victory against Japan while recording a draw in the match against Korea held on the 24th. In Japan, Mitoma scored the first goal in the third minute, but the game ended in a come-from-behind defeat. Colombia’s striker Bore scored the winning goal in a come-from-behind game, playing a key role in the team’s victory.
Against Colombia, Japan played as striker, 토토사이트with Kamada, Morita, Nishimura, Ito Junya, and Mitoma as midfielders. The defense was played by Itakura, Hiroki Ito, Sugawara, and Banguna Gande, with Schmidt in goal.
Japan took the lead against Colombia in the 3rd minute by Mitoma. Mitoma shook Colombia’s net by finishing Morita’s cross from the right flank with a header shot with a high RBI in front of the goal.
Colombia started a counterattack, and Duran scored an equalizer in the 33rd minute of the first half. Machado’s cross, which broke through the left side, was raised low, and Duran finished it with a left-footed shot from the front of the penalty area, splitting the corner of the Japanese goal.
With both teams exchanging goals in the first half, Bore scored the winning goal in the 16th minute of the second half. Bore finished the ball blocked by Japanese goalkeeper Schmidt with an overhead kick shot in the middle of the penalty area, shaking Japan’s net and ending the game with Colombia’s come-from-behind victory.