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Colombia vs Japan
Team Performance
64 Comments
Top Comments
SheenaTL 1 year ago
Barcelona, France 0 532
Seriously? His arm in unnatural position way away from his body. He blocks a goal bound shot with keeper beaten. So yes FIFA sided with Japan because they wrote the rules that this is a penalty and red card for denying goal-scoring opportunity. This should be given every time. Especially with VAR being available to make sure ref does not miss it. If you want to rant, complain about Sanchez making an absolute bonehead decision not 3 minutes into Columbia's opener game in WC. They had more than enough quality with 11 players to come back and win it if he let's the shot in.
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LoveKavi 1 year ago
Manchester United, England 0 840
You are clueless. Clear red card, everyone knew that. Columbia's FK goal shouldn't have even been a foul, falcao fouled the Jap player yet he got the foul? Columbia were clueless.
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ljsphilobe 1 year ago
Manchester United, Spain 0 1
Columbia was never really strong anyway. I could see it coming. They lost to South Korea 2:1 just before the world cup too.
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anacleto 1 year ago Edited
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I am happy for Japan s win - however, I was bit disappointed by their anxiety in managing the advantage of leading 1-0 and playing 11 against 10 players
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I am happy for Japan s win - however, I was bit disappointed by their anxiety in managing the advantage to lead 1-0 and playing in 11 against 10 players
kenkichiotaka 1 year ago
Manchester United, Japan 47 1894
What a proud moment for my home country! Honestly I couldn't care more that we beat Colombia who had ten men, the most important fact is that we gained a vital victory to potentially help us reach the next stage! So proud of everyone today, impressive stuff!
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amir_keal 1 year ago
Arsenal, Netherlands 65 2774
Congrats mate, Japan deserved it.
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kenkichiotaka 1 year ago
Manchester United, Japan 47 1894
Thx man!
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Lambo91 1 year ago
Juventus, Italy 0 3584
Osako has always been a talent i'm glad he's getting some attention in his national team this way he will keep playing for Japan they need someone like Osako with an attacking instinct
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kenkichiotaka 1 year ago
Manchester United, Japan 47 1894
He's one of the best strikers for our national team that I've seen, he might look slim, but he sure has great physical strength which was evident with his movement that led to the penalty kick!
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Lambo91 1 year ago
Juventus, Italy 0 3584
Let Mina play
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stepho94 1 year ago
0 26
I am confused, is it normal that James Rodriguez didn't start the game?
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TottSpurs 1 year ago
Tottenham Hotspur, United States 0 682
muscle fatigue.
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Wednuf372 1 year ago
Juventus 0 354
I love sashimi
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Mammak 1 year ago
Real Madrid, Zimbabwe 0 75
Captain Tsubasa intensifies.
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LoveKavi 1 year ago
Manchester United, England 0 840
That foul for Columbia's FK goal had me angry af... How was that a foul? The ref is literally right there... Officiating can be embarrassing at times. Regardless, WP japan!
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ghenji 1 year ago
Borussia Dortmund 0 1303
GO ASIA, GO JAPAN THE SAMURAIS, PROUD OF YOU.
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AnacondaRifle 1 year ago
Chelsea, England 0 122
The game was one sided....again FIFA put their hands on the game siding with Japan....there was no "hand of God" from the Colombia player...it was the upper right arm as he was moving right to block from the shoulder. As soon as the Colombian team tied the game 1-1...they started giving Colombia the yellow cards as if everything must go. If you want to see real officiating, see the Mexico-Germany
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SheenaTL 1 year ago
Barcelona, France 0 532
Seriously? His arm in unnatural position way away from his body. He blocks a goal bound shot with keeper beaten. So yes FIFA sided with Japan because they wrote the rules that this is a penalty and red card for denying goal-scoring opportunity. This should be given every time. Especially with VAR being available to make sure ref does not miss it. If you want to rant, complain about Sanchez making an absolute bonehead decision not 3 minutes into Columbia's opener game in WC. They had more than enough quality with 11 players to come back and win it if he let's the shot in.
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LoveKavi 1 year ago
Manchester United, England 0 840
You are clueless. Clear red card, everyone knew that. Columbia's FK goal shouldn't have even been a foul, falcao fouled the Jap player yet he got the foul? Columbia were clueless.
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amir_keal 1 year ago
Arsenal, Netherlands 65 2774
If anything, Japan was robbed on GD.
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iveroon 1 year ago
Juventus, Italy 0 272
Your dick is lopsided stfu
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kenkichiotaka 1 year ago
Manchester United, Japan 47 1894
LOL, the shot was going back to the net and he was the last person apart from the goalkeeper to stop the shot, so obviously that was a bloody red card. The ref had it spot on and you make no sense at all whatsoever! Also, Colombia's goal shouldn't have happened cuz that wasn't a freekick, Hasebe didn't commit a foul on Falcao but instead it was the opposite! Biased much man! Come on, we won this game fair and square!
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Croatian 1 year ago
Bayern Munich, Croatia 23 1323
Calling it now, best group in the tournament. Japan played well (although red card surely influenced the scoreline), lots of individual quality and discipline. If Carlos Sanchez didn't do that, it could have been a different story, but doesn't matter now. Happy for Japanese, especially for Kagawa and Osako.
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amir_keal 1 year ago
Arsenal, Netherlands 65 2774
I think taking Quintero off came back to haunt Colombia. Best Colombian player imo. Davinson Sanchez was very poor. Inui is also very underrated, he was Bundesliga players few years ago but he is very very good in La Liga, probably one of Eibar's best players. Love the way he always put in performances, just needs to focus a bit on finishing.
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Croatian 1 year ago
Bayern Munich, Croatia 23 1323
Yeah, I'm glad Inui is doing well. I heard he's been one of Eibar's key players, after he was good for a while with Einracht. Good little player.
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amir_keal 1 year ago
Arsenal, Netherlands 65 2774
Yep he has, I love that guy.
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kenkichiotaka 1 year ago
Manchester United, Japan 47 1894
Don't forget Inui and Shibasaki as well, they were fantastic! We should have been more clinical and finished our chances though, or else it will be tough to beat Senegal who have a really strong team!
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TottSpurs 1 year ago
Tottenham Hotspur, United States 0 682
Good job, Carlos Sánchez. Screwing your team into 85+ minutes of playing with 10 men?????? I see another Colombia killing coming after the tournament...
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_Pelle_ 1 year ago
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Man don't remind us of that tragedy
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sudnas 1 year ago
Inter, Croatia 0 104
was that really necessary
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MikeHawk 1 year ago
Arsenal, France 0 169
Japan is fecking terrible. They were playing against a 10 team Colombia side for practically the entire match and they only muster to break the deadlock in the 73 minute.
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FrenchKiss 1 year ago
Juventus, Italy 3 689
They dominated the game in the 2nd half. Besides, colombia's free kick should not be given because it's not Japan's foul.
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LoveKavi 1 year ago
Manchester United, England 0 840
Literally what FrenchKiss said, that wasn't a foul, it should have gone Japan's way. Also playing against 10 men doesn't mean instant wins, since you can play 4-4-2, and change that to 4-4-1, all that's changed is your ability to score with 10 men, whilst your defence maintains it's strength. Japan had many opportunities to dead the game off too, overall Japan were just better.
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badz149 1 year ago
Manchester United, Malaysia 0 96
Falcao was a disgrace this match
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Alaily89 1 year ago
Borussia Dortmund, Egypt 0 23
Carlos Sanchez is such a stupid player only he is the reason for their loss today!
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amir_keal 1 year ago
Arsenal, Netherlands 65 2774
You don't say that, in that moment he has to make a quick decision, which helps to stop it going in the net. He did that but still lost a goal, It's stupid, but he has to be super fast.
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Deniss 1 year ago
Real Madrid, Denmark 0 7
Super unfortunate start for Colombia, but I didn't think Pekerman made any good adjustments to the situation. Japan played well and disciplined though, it opens up the group even more.
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amir_keal 1 year ago
Arsenal, Netherlands 65 2774
I agree with Cuadrado been taken out tbh, and maybe Izquierdo, but Quintero not as much. It was harder for them since they had 10 men.
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Codrut 1 year ago
Dinamo Bucuresti, Romania 0 12
An awfull decision from Sanchez. Just let it go in. Colombia had the power to get back, but in 10 men, it was almost impossible.
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gedzredz 1 year ago
Liverpool, England 0 60
nice to see Columbia get the equalizer after being down to 10 men. Going to make the group interesting
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milanlamiavita 1 year ago
Bustese Milano City, Italy 2 2580
And still....only one south american team has won a game. Of the 15 games played, only 4 have been won by non european teams.
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Outlaw 1 year ago
Chelsea, Greece 0 578
Only one European team lost. A'd that's Germany.
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dedejohn 1 year ago
Liverpool, France 0 47
And what is your point again?
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