Uk news Celtic striker dedicates Japan win to fans at home PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Maeda had a goal chalked off for offside but the Samurai Blue recovered to record a famous World Cup win.

Uk news Celtic striker dedicates Japan win to fans at home PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Maeda had a goal chalked off for offside but the Samurai Blue recovered to record a famous World Cup win.

Uk news Celtic striker dedicates Japan win to fans at home PremierLeague-News.Com
23 November 2022 - 19:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Daizen Maeda has dedicated Japan’s win over germany to the fans that couldn't be in Qatar. The Samurai Blue stunned the four-time World Cup winners as they came from behind to land a potentially devastating blow to Die Mannschaft’s hopes of making it out of Group E. They face Spain next, who hammered Costa Rica 7-0 and defeat could eliminate Hansi Flick’s side from the tournament. Celtic striker Maeda thought he’d put Japan ahead in the first half, but his goal was ruled out for offside. Manchester City star Ilkay Gundogan opened the scoring from the spot before Chelsea’s Kai Havertz was also denied by the assistant’s flag. Germany went in 1-0 up at the break and looked good to get off to a winning start. But the Japanese stepped it up after half-time and deservedly equalised through Ritsan Doan with 15 minutes left. The turnaround was completed when Takuma Asano lashed the winner into the roof of Manuel Neuer’s net with just eight minutes left on the clock. Read More Related Articles Rangers next manager hunt LIVE as big jump from QPR to Ibrox raises eyebrows Read More Related Articles Yuki Kobayashi signs for Celtic on five-year deal as he admits Ange Postecoglou pull led him to Parkhead Despite late German pressure, Japan held on to record a famous win. And Maeda, who made the squad while Parkhead pals Kyogo Furuhashi and Reo Hatate didn’t, had words for those back in his homeland.

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. We had to deliver a win for all the Japanese people who couldn't be here. "To come from behind and beat Germany...it is wonderful. Our performance in the first half, when we conceded just one goal, led to our comeback. "We supported each other and stood together on the pitch. I was able to stand on the pitch thanks to the support of various people before this moment. "I am truly grateful to be part of this team." READ NEXT: Read More Related Articles Henrik Larsson earned Celtic right to be 'aloof' as Martin O'Neill delivers poignant Chris Sutton thank you Read More Related Articles The 5 World Cup stars Celtic could eye as Ange Postecoglou enters Qatar transfer signing mode Read More Related Articles Ange Postecoglou sparks Celtic transfer excitement as he reveals a 'couple' of signings lined up Read More Related Articles Kyogo thanks caring Celtic teammates for support after World Cup snub as he reveals what he did to get over heartache Read More Related Articles Carl Starfelt inists Celtic won't risk Ange Postecoglou's wrath by taking foot off the gas

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