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Japan leave dressing room spotless after agonising World Cup defeat to Belgium

Japan leave dressing room spotless after agonising World Cup defeat to Belgium

Japan leave dressing room spotless after agonising World Cup defeat to Belgium

The answers, delivered over a five-goal second half that saw the Europeans come back from two goals down to find an injury-time victor: Japan absolutely belonged, and Belgium has the stomach to fight back.

The mood around Southampton in the past week has been sombre, knowing star play-maker Dusan Tadic is likely on his way to Ajax, according to Sky Sports, as the team struggled in the final third even with the Serbian last term.

They look like serious contenders, while for Spain their elimination is a disaster - they had been considered among the favourites but had their preparations ruined when coach Julen Lopetegui was sensationally sacked on the eve of the tournament.

"This is a group of players who know what they are doing on the pitch, so I expect a very, very hard game, one where we will have to concentrate at all times because they are capable of creating problems due to that dynamic approach they have".

"We know what to do and not what to do".

After a dismal first-half, Japan took the lead minutes into the second half before doubling their advantage in stunning fashion. He is someone who has, over and over again, scored key goals for United at times when flashier players were nowhere to be seen.

Eden Hazard has hailed the way Marouane Fellaini came on and changed Belgium's fate against Japan on Monday night.

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"When you are in the World Cup it's about achieving your aim so it's not something to criticise; the opposite".

However, Adnan Januzaj, who scored the victor in that match, has suffered a knee knock in training.

"This is our time to shine, definitely".

"We started off very well, but at the end, right at the end, to have conceded a goal like that, it was not expected", a grim but collected Nishino told reporters.

Africa and Central America didn't make it past the group phase. They have never won a knockout-round game at the competition.

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

It is a wall that Asian teams have managed to scale only twice: when South Korea reached the semi-finals on home soil in 2002, and their cousins in the North got to the last eight at the 1966 World Cup in England.

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