The Colombian press expressed satisfaction with Japan’s defeat of Ace James Rodriguez (31, Olympiacos).

Colombia gave up the opening goal to Kaoru Mitoka in the 3rd minute of the first half in an evaluation match against Japan held at Yodoko Sakura Stadium in Osaka, Japan on the 28th, but won 2-1 come-from-behind with consecutive goals from John Duran and Rafael Santos Bore.

On the 24th, Colombia scored 2 goals against Korea in Ulsan and then drew 2-2 by demonstrating its potential to catch up with 2 goals. Hames, who had a hard time with Korean players, including his Olympiacos teammate Hwang In-beom, was excluded from the list for the match against Japan. Nevertheless, the rest of the players, who were relaxed, scolded Japan.

Colombia’s El Tiempo, who watched this, said on the 29th, “The first half of the Korean War was the most severe in recent years. He reflected on that time (Korean War) in the Japan game and survived,” he said. “Japan couldn’t create a dangerous scene in the first half. The Colombian defense had a quiet time,” he pointed out to Japan, which was quiet.

“Colombia showed growth in this game. Members understand that the team continues behind key national team players such as James and Juan Quintero. They (Hames, Quintero) were left out, but they proved they could do it. He fought well,” he praised.

Colombia is slowly finding stability after Argentinian coach Nestor Lorenzo took over last year. They are undefeated in their last 6 matches. 스포츠토토

“Reflection on the Korean War → We beat Japan without James” Colombia positive evaluation

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