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Japan National Football Team History


The Japan national football group (サッカー日本代表 Sakkā Nippon Daihyō) speaks to Japan in affiliation football and is worked by the Japan Football Association (JFA), the representing body for affiliation football in Japan. The present head mentor is Akira Nishino.

Japan is a standout amongst the best groups in Asia, having met all requirements for the last six successive FIFA World Cups with second-round headways in 2002 and 2010, and having won the AFC Asian Cup a record four times, in 1992, 2000, 2004 and 2011. The group has likewise completed second in the 2001 FIFA Confederations Cup. Their vital mainland rivals are South Korea and most as of late, Australia.

Japan is the main group from outside the Americas to take an interest in the Copa América, having been welcomed in 1999 and 2011.Although they at first acknowledged the welcome for the 2011 competition, the JFA later pulled back after the 2011 Tōhoku seismic tremor and tsunami.

The Japanese group is regularly referred to by the fans and media as Sakkā Nippon Daihyō (サッカー日本代表), Nippon Daihyō (日本代表), or Daihyō (代表) as truncated articulations. In spite of the fact that the group does not have an official moniker thusly, usually known by the name of the chief. For instance, under Takeshi Okada, the group was known as Okada Japan (岡田ジャパン Okada Japan). Recently, the group has been referred to or nicknamed as the "Samurai Blue", while Japanese news media still allude it to by the director's last name, as "Halilhodžić Japan" (ハリルホジッチジャパン Hariruhojitchi Japan), or "Halil Japan" (ハリルジャパン Hariru Japan) in a condensed form.



HISTORY:-

Japan's first real accomplishment in global football came in the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City, where the group won the bronze decoration. In spite of the fact that this outcome earned the game expanded acknowledgment in Japan, the nonattendance of an expert household association ruined its development and Japan would not fit the bill for the FIFA World Cup until 30 years later.However, Japan showed up in the Asian Cup in 1988, where they were wiped out in the gathering stage following a draw with Iran and misfortunes to South Korea, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar.

In 1991, the proprietors of the semi-proficient Japan Soccer League consented to disband the alliance and re-shape as the expert J. Group, halfway to raise the game's profile and to reinforce the national group program. The next year Japan facilitated and won the Asian Cup in their second appearance, crushing Saudi Arabia 1– 0 in the last. The J. Class was authoritatively propelled in 1993, making enthusiasm for football and the national group develop.

Be that as it may, in its first endeavor to qualify with proficient players, Japan barely missed a ticket to the 1994 World Cup in the wake of attracting with Iraq the last match of the capability round, recalled by fans as the "Desolation of Doha". Japan's next competition was a safeguard of their mainland title at the 1996 Asian Cup. The group won every one of their amusements in the gathering stage however were wiped out in the quarter-finals after a 2– 0 misfortune to Kuwait.

The country's first since forever World Cup appearance was in 1998, where Japan lost every one of their diversions. The initial two apparatuses went 1– 0 for Argentina and Croatia, regardless of playing great in the two matches. Their crusade finished with a 2– 1 thrashing to Jamaica. In the 2000 Asian Cup, Japan figured out how to recover their title in the wake of vanquishing Saudi Arabia in the last, getting to be Asian Champions for the second time.

After two years, Japan co-facilitated the 2002 World Cup with South Korea. After a 2– 2 attract with Belgium their opening match, the Japanese group progressed to the second round with a 1– 0 prevail upon Russia and a 2– 0 triumph against Tunisia. Be that as it may, they in this manner left the competition amid the round of 16, in the wake of losing 1– 0 to inevitable third-put finishers Turkey.

On 8 June 2005, Japan fit the bill for the 2006 World Cup in Germany, its third successive World Cup, by beating North Korea 2– 0 on unbiased ground. Be that as it may, Japan neglected to progress to the Round of 16, losing to Australia 1– 3, drawing Croatia 0– 0 and losing to Brazil 1– 4.

Amid the 2010 World Cup capability, in the fourth round of the Asian Qualifiers, Japan turned into the main group other than the host South Africa to qualify in the wake of overcoming Uzbekistan 1– 0 away. Japan was placed in Group E alongside the Netherlands, Denmark and Cameroon. Japan won its opening match of the 2010 World Cup 1– 0 against Cameroon, however in this way lost to the Netherlands 0– 1 preceding overcoming Denmark 3– 1 to progress to the following round against Paraguay. In the primary knockout round, Japan were dispensed with from the opposition following punishments after a 0– 0 draw against Paraguay.

After the World Cup, head mentor Takeshi Okada surrendered. He was supplanted by previous Juventus and Milan mentor Alberto Zaccheroni. In his initial couple of matches, Japan recorded triumphs over Guatemala (2– 1) and Paraguay (1– 0), and also one of their best ever comes about, a 1– 0 triumph over Argentina.

Toward the beginning of 2011, Japan took part in the 2011 AFC Asian Cup in Qatar. On 29 January, they beat Australia 1– 0 in the last after additional time, their fourth Asian Cup triumph and enabling them to fit the bill for the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup.

Japan at that point began their street to 2014 World Cup in Brazil with various qualifiers. All through, they endured just two misfortunes to Uzbekistan and Jordan, and drawing against Australia. A while later, on 12 October, Japan earned a notable 1– 0 triumph over France, a group they had at no other time vanquished. After a 1– 1 draw with Australia they met all requirements for the 2014 World Cup, turning into the principal country (outside of Brazil, who facilitated the competition and qualified naturally) to qualify.

Japan began their 2013 Confederations Cup battle with a 3– 0 misfortune to Brazil. They were then killed from the opposition in the wake of losing to Italy 3– 4 of every a hard-battled coordinate however got commend for their style of play in the match. They lost their last match 1– 2 against Mexico and completed in fourth place in Group A. Multi month later, in the EAFF East Asian Cup, they began with a 3– 3 attract to China. They at that point beat Australia 3– 2 and beat South Korea 2– 1 in the third and last match in the 2013 EAFF East Asian Cup to guarantee the title. The street to Brazil looked brilliant as Japan dealt with a 2– 2 draw with the Netherlands and a 2– 3 triumph over Belgium. This was trailed by three straight wins against Cyprus, Costa Rica and Zambia.

Japan was set into Group C at the 2014 World Cup close by the Ivory Coast, Greece and Colombia. They fell in their first match to Ivory Coast 2– 1 in spite of at first leading the pack, permitting two objectives in a two-minute traverse. They attracted their second diversion to Greece 0– 0. To fit the bill for the second round, they required a triumph against Colombia and required Greece to beat Ivory Coast. Greece beat Ivory Coast 2– 1, yet Japan couldn't perform well against Colombia and were beaten 4– 1, dispensing with them from the World Cup. Alberto Zaccheroni surrendered as head mentor after the World Cup. In July 2014, previous Mexico and Espanyol supervisor Javier Aguirre assumed control and Japan lost 0– 2 to Uruguay in the principal amusement he oversaw.

Aguirre would start a solid patch up of the group, changing out Zaccheroni's for quite some time utilized 4– 2– 3– 1 arrangement for his own 4– 3– 3 and connected this with a list of the J.League's finest, dropping numerous regulars. A 2– 2 draw against Venezuela was trailed by a 1– 0 triumph over Jamaica. Be that as it may, they lost their following match to Brazil 4– 0, with Neymar scoring each of the four objectives. Japan's sights swung to January and their title safeguard at the 2015 AFC Asian Cup.

Japan won its opening match at the 2015 AFC Asian Cup in Group D against Asian Cup debutantes Palestine 4– 0, with objectives from Yasuhito Endō, Shinji Okazaki, Keisuke Honda by means of a punishment and Maya Yoshida. Okazaki was named man of the match. They at that point confronted Iraq and Jordan in their next gathering matches, which they won 1– 0 and 2– 0 individually. They fit the bill to knockout stage as Group D champ with nine focuses, seven objectives scored and no objectives yielded. In the quarter-finals, Japan lost to the United Arab Emirates in a punishment shootout after a 1– 1 draw, as Honda and Shinji Kagawa missed their extra shots. Japan's end denoted their most exceedingly bad execution in the competition in 19 years.

After the Asian Cup, Aguirre was sacked after charges of debasement amid an earlier residency. He was supplanted by Vahid Halilhodžić in March 2015. Japan began on a harsh note amid capability, losing to the UAE 1-2 at home. They at that point grabbed the pace in their other qualifier diversions against Iraq, Australia, and Thailand, getting 5 wins and 2 draws. At that point, on August 31, 2017, Japan vanquished Australia 2-0 at home in this way qualifying them for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, making it their 6th progressive world glass.

Key player: Shinji Kagawa (Borussia Dortmund) - With 89 tops, the midfield star is a piece of an accomplished center of players likewise including Okazaki, safeguard Yuto Nagamoto and midfielder Keisuke Honda.

Coach: Vahid Halilhodzic - Japan trust the 65-year-old Bosnian can repeat his prosperity with Algeria at the 2014 World Cup, when he took the North African country into the last-16 out of the blue

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