Japanese team leaves dressing room spotless even after devastating loss to Belgium

Japanese team leaves dressing room spotless even after devastating loss to Belgium

Japanese team leaves dressing room spotless even after devastating loss to Belgium

"We need to go through to the next round constantly with more teams".

It was a hugely demoralizing climax to the game for Japan, who only qualified for the round of 16 by virtue of having a received fewer yellow cards than Senegal, the team they finished deadlocked within Group H.

"We asked visitors to watch the game calmly but everyone, myself included, couldn't help but jump and shout when Japan scored", the priest, Taiko Ishida, told AFP. In celebration of our City Centurions' remarkable, record-smashing season, we are running a 100-themed summer feature.

"I feel like we've created excitement, like we've played in a style that has really shown an expression of what young English players are capable of, and I want us to continue doing that". But the reason why he's in the category of the very best strikers is that when he gets three chances in a game, he scores two.

Belgium boss Roberto Martinez was more optimistic, and said the benefit of the extra rest would outweigh any potential negatives.

Get up, you bloody prick. Right from their first match against Columbia in the World Cup, they have ensured the tradition is followed.

"They have players who can decide the game on their own like (Philippe) Coutinho and Neymar".


The Japanese team's commitment to leaving the Rostov-on-Don stadium and the tournament itself in a courteous manner felt even more impressive, as only 15 minutes from the final whistle they were on the verge of extending their stay in Russian Federation and knocking out star-studded Belgium in the process.

"It's time to shine, definitely", Hazard said.

"We don't talk about that to our players".

"We lost it, but they left everything on the pitch", conceded 23-year-old Sawa Okada.

Japanese soccer can be joyous and free-flowing, but the team's performances in the run-up to the World Cup were stilted and cause for concern. "I hope they will now take a lot of new talents".

"I don't care much for criticism, not even from the press because in a way this can influence athletes".

Good on you, lads. Most of us are between 25-33, so we have the same level of maturity.

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