Goals and Highlights: Mexico 2-0 Japan in Friendly Game 2020
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They turned it around

Despite a complicated first half, Mexico recovered and turned it around to beat Japan and close undefeated in 2020
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End game

México 2-0 Japón
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Three minutes are added
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Pizarro leaves and Lainez enters. Change of Mexico
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Araujo's header that comes out deflected in fixed tactic play
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Sakai with the header that goes off course.

Miyoshi enters and Ito leaves

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Chaka's fault over Kubo and he is reprimanded
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Lozano leaves and Alvarado enters. Another change in Mexico
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Antuna could not get rid of the goalkeeper who stole the ball
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Change of Japan

Asano entered and Kamada left

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Kamada is reprimanded
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74' México 2-0 Japan

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Goal México 2-0

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Lozano's medium distance shot that goes off course
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Goal Mexico

Hirving Lozano defines in the hand to hand to expand the advantage

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Gol México 1-0

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Changes in Mexico

Jimenez and Orbelin leave

Enter Antuna and Martin

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Goal of Mexico.

Combination inside the area where Raul Jimenez takes the right to make the 1-0

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Jimenez's crossfire and the goalkeeper's great flight to save his frame
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Jiménez's header that came out from the side. Near Mexico
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Sanchez shot and now Yoshida crosses his leg to save his goal
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Changes in Japan

Shibasaki and Haramuchi leave

Hashimoto and Minamino enter

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Jimenez leaves it to Romo who hits it with power, but is deflected by a defender from a corner kick
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Pizarro tries to overflow, but loses the ball on the baseline
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Past Moreno Center leaving the field
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Ito goes into the area and takes out the service that rejects the Mexican defense
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Sanchez and Gallardo left

Alvarez and Rodriguez entered

Changes in Mexico

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The second half begins
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Half time

México 0-0 Japón
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Pizarro falls in midfield and the referee has fouled
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For claiming, Hirving Lozano is reprimanded
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Moreno's head that comes out slightly deflected
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Sakai is cautioned for strong entry on Lozano and Mexico will have direct free kick
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Yellow for Jesus Gallardo for a midfield foul
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Mexico reacts and Romo takes the medium distance shot that goes over
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Pizarro takes a long time and at the moment of taking the shot is deflected by the defense
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Japan continues to give a good exhibition and Mexico does not know how to get out, much less how to get the ball
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Another ball that passes through the Mexican area, although now Sanchez could clear the ball
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Outside Japan
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Ochoa's flight

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Japan is still much better in the game. Now the attempt was made by Ito who went over the top
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Haramuchi free throw that crashes into the barrier
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Double save by Ochoa after Suzuki and Ito shots. Ochoa saves Mexico
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Jimenez was trying to triangulate with Lozano, but the return is too long
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Haramuchi's shot and Ochoa's big save to save his goal
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Kamada's diagonal that goes through the whole area and no one can find anyone to push it
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Few plays of danger, although Mexico has begun to have more time on the ball
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Try Mexico for depth on the right side. Orbelin Center that rejected the defensive
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The first few minutes of mastery are of the Japanese painting, although it has no depth
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The game begins
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The hymns are already heard

The national anthems of Mexico and Japan are heard
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They jump into the field

At this moment Mexico and Japan jump to the field
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Minutes away

We are minutes away from the start of Japan vs Mexico, don't miss all the details of the last game of the national team in this atypical 2020
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Positive brand

Hajime Moriyasu has managed 27 matches with Japan and his balance is 17 wins, 5 draws and 5 losses, will he reach his sixth defeat?
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In case you missed it

This is how Mexico jumps onto the field this afternoon

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The Japanese in Mexico

Despite the distance, several Japanese players have played in the MX League. Without a doubt the most remembered is Keisuke Honda with Pachuca's Tuzos. They were also there:

Kenji Fukuda (Pachuca and Irapuato)

Yuto Ono (Necaxa, San Luis and Celaya)

Kaiki Tomia and Shu Tanaka (Leon)

Reiji Sato (Morelia, Tecos, Zacatepec)

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XI Japón

Schmidt; Tomiyasu, Sakai, Yoshida, Nayakama; Endo, Shibasaki, Haraguchi, Kamada; Ito, Suzuki
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Various modifications

For injuries and casualties, the Tata made six modifications to this game, highlighting Ochoa in the goal, Sanchez on the side, Araujo in the center to form the dumbbell with Moreno, Pineda and Romo in midfield, while Pizarro will be the man to replace Corona
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XI México

Ochoa; Sánchez, Araujo, Moreno, Gallardo; Pineda, Romo, Rodríguez; Pizarro, Jiménez, Lozano.
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From the blank

The Mexican National Team will wear this day its white shirt to face Japan

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In excellent condition

This is the field for tonight, in excellent conditions to live the last game of Mexico in 2020
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The data

These are the most relevant data for you to know all the details of Japan vs Mexico

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Raul wants to keep climbing places

In case of scoring a double against Japan, Raul Jimenez would be equalizing with 28 goals in the ninth place to Luis Garcia and Andres Guardado, noting that the Betis player will not be present for this match because he already returned to his club
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Possible Record Winning

If Mexico wins this afternoon against Japan, Martino will be reaching 19 victories with the national team and would tie Miguel Herrera with the same number of victories in the historic 11th place
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Will not be present

Defender Cesar Montes will return to Mexico to recover from a right groin discomfort, which will not allow him to play this afternoon's match against Japan in Austria, reported Mexico's Communications Director.
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Last game

The last time they played this team was in 2013, in the Confederations Cup, with Mexico winning 2-1. On that occasion, Guillermo Ochoa was also a starter

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High Quality Rivalry

For the coach of Japan, Mexico is a rival of hierarchy. In press conference he stated that El Tri "is a regular at the World Cup and has one of the strongest teams in the world. Playing them will give us the best image of where we are in terms of our strength and international position".
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We started

Mexico faces its last game of 2020 against Japan, which will be played in Austria. We begin with the coverage of the Tricolor
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Latest games

In the five confrontations counted since 1996, Mexico has an advantage with four victories and one defeat, highlighting the victories in the Confederations Cup in 2005 and 2013.
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How to watch México vs Japan Live TV and Stream

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Key player Japan

The promise of Japan has a name and a surname: Takefusa Kubo, a player of Villarreal but who belongs to Real Madrid, is one of the top figures of this team.

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Key player Mexico


It seems that there are only two players in the goal, so Guillermo Ochoa, in his return to the Tricolor, will try to convince Gerardo Martino that he is still the best option towards the Qatar World Cup 2022.

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Last lineup Japan

Gonda; Ueda, Yoshida, Itakura; Muroya, Shibasaki, Hashimoto, Nagatomo; Miyoshi, Kubo, Minamino
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Last lineup Mexico

González; Rodríguez, Salcedo, Moreno, Gallardo; Rodríguez, Álvarez, Córdova; Corona, Jiménez, Lozano.
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Japan: finish undefeated

The Japanese team will be looking to test their weapons for next year's playoffs and, in the process, finish undefeated in 2020.

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Mexico: saying goodbye in triumph

It is expected that Gerardo Martino will make some changes, but he will still seek to maintain his undefeated record in this atypical year and say goodbye with one more victory against Asian teams.

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Kick-off time

The México vs Japan match will be played at the stadium UPC-Arena, in Austria. The kick-off is scheduled at 3pm ET.
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