Japan played Uruguay in a friendly match on March 24. The match kicked off 09:30 UTC and ended in a draw 1 - 1.
Federico Valverde scored the first goal on the 38th minute of the game followed by a goal from Takuma Nishimura who made the final score 1-1.
Japan national football team (also known as Mali) and Uruguay national football team (commonly referred to as URUGUAI) meet again 4 years after the Group C match which ended in a draw 2-2. Japan national football team are aproaching the match after a defeat from Croatia on December 5. The coach and the players will probably put extra effort in the defense as they have been conceding goals for 5 consecutive matches now.
Uruguay national football team, on the other hand, are approaching the match in a good mood after claiming a 0-2 win in Group H against Ghana.
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Japan kicked off the game with Daniel Schmidt, Hiroki Ito, Ayumu Seko, Ko Itakura, Yukinari Sugawara who got substituted by Keito Nakamura on the 90th minute, Hidemasa Morita who got substituted by Ao Tanaka on the 74th minute, Wataru Endo, Takuma Asano who got substituted by Ayase Ueda on the 61st minute, Kaoru Mitoma who got substituted by Daiki Hashioka on the 89th minute, Daichi Kamada who got substituted by Takuma Nishimura on the 74th minute and Ritsu Doan who got substituted by Junya Ito on the 61st minute as starters, with Kashif Banganagande, Haruya Fujii, Riku Handa, Daiki Hashioka, Junya Ito, Koki Machida, Shuto Machino, Daizen Maeda, Keito Nakamura, Takuma Nishimura, Keisuke Osako, Ao Tanaka, Kosei Tani and Ayase Ueda on the bench.
Uruguay's starting eleven were Sergio Rochet, Mathias Olivera, Sebastian Coates, Santiago Bueno, Giovanni Gonzalez, Matias Vecino, Manuel Ugarte who got substituted by Felipe Carballo on the 78th minute, Diego Rossi who got substituted by Facundo Daniel Torres on the 68th minute, Federico Valverde, Facundo Pellistri who got substituted by Agustin Canobbio on the 68th minute and Maxi Gomez who got substituted by Jonathan Rodriguez on the 84th minute, with Martin Caceres, Agustin Canobbio, Felipe Carballo, Diego Hernandez, Santiago Mele, Gaston Olveira, Joaquin Piquerez, Jose Luis Rodriguez, Jonathan Rodriguez, Facundo Daniel Torres and Matias Vina on the bench.
Referee showed the yellow card once throughout the game. Takuma Asano was the one to receive it.
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Japan and Uruguay have met 3 times since September 2014. Japan have won once, 1 match ended in a draw while Uruguay have also won once. The most recent match between them took place on June 20, 2019 at the Group C of Copa America which ended in a draw - 2-2. Japan have scored 6 goals in these 3 head-to-head matches in total while Uruguay have scored 7. So, overall, Japan and Uruguay have almost identical head-to-head record against each other in their recent history.
Japan have lost to Croatia in their previous match while Uruguay have won Ghana in their previous match. Overall, Japan have won 12 of their last 20 matches, losing 6 and drawing 2, while Uruguay have won 11 of their last 20 matches, losing 6 and drawing 3.
Japan have won twice (2-1 against Spain on 1st of December and 1-2 against Germany on 23rd of November), lost 3 times (1-1 against Croatia on 5th of December, 0-1 against Costa Rica on 27th of November and 1-2 against Canada on 17th of November) and drew once (0-0 against Ecuador on 27th of September) in their most recent 6 matches.
Uruguay have won 3 times (0-2 against Ghana on 2nd of December, 0-2 against Canada on 27th of September and 5-0 against Panama on 11th of June), lost twice (2-0 against Portugal on 28th of November and 1-0 against Iran on 23rd of September) and drew once (0-0 against Korea Republic on 24th of November) in their most recent 6 matches.
We are adding goal videos and full video highlights of the match between Japan and Uruguay in real time. You can watch the goals by Federico Valverde and Takuma Nishimura as the videos of the goals are added usually minutes after the actual event if there are any official videos available. Full video highlights of Japan - Uruguay are being added as they become available on the official social media channels of the league or the teams.