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It could have been well placed in the qualification charts in the optomi, if it had won in the 2nd round of the group stage, against Costa Rica.
This didn’t happen, losing 1:0 to the Caribbeans and thus only being left with 3 points, those obtained against Germany, score 2:1.
It lost to Costa Rica in an inexplicable way, dominating the game for 80 minutes, conceding 1 goal out of nowhere, in the 81st minute, a goal that came as a result of a mistake on the construction phase.
It had 14 scoring chances in game 2 of the group stage and 5 shots on goal, with Costa Rica being held in the game exclusively by goalkeeper Keylor Navas.
Should the Japanese qualify from the 2nd place in this group, they will play against the 1st place in Group F, according to the World Cup schedule.
They are the leader of Group E before the last round, with 4 points, being by far the team with the best record, 8 goals scored and only 1 conceded.
Thus, in the event of a tie at 4 with Costa Rica or Germany, it will win and will advance due to its better record.
After the emphatic 7-0 win over Costa Rica, they only recorded a 1-1 draw against Germany with goals scored by Morata and Fullkrug, Morata’s goal being one of the best World Cup 2022 picks for Thursday.
Morata opened the scoring first, with a great striker’s execution, the execution coming from a cross received from Jordi Alba, Morata again starting the reserve that game, Enrique being conservative in building the first 11.
With his goal in the German goal, Alvaro Morata reached the top 5 top scorers for the Furia Roja with 29 goals, at least overtaking David Silva, who scored 35 times.
Alvaro Morata’s goal in the German goal has put him in the top 5 best scorers for the Furia Roja, with 29 goals, at least ahead of David Silva, who has scored 35 times.
Spain have won their final group match 8 times in their last 9 World Cup appearances.
Coach Luis Enrique has the full squad at his disposal for Match 3.
OVER 2.5 GOALS Odds: 2.00
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