This week , that the Spanish national team undergo an emotional rollercoaster. A lot of Spanish media outlets have been critical on Spain’s performance. Spanish team’s performance after their ‘dismal’ loss to Japan that led to them falling to second place. But, following Germany’s amazing triumph over Costa Rica which ensured Spain’s position in the round of 16, the Spanish team are now receiving the recognition they merit. Even though Spain did not perform at their best during their defeat to Japan but we should not forget that they were able to reach the knockout stages in major tournaments. Germany’s extraordinary performances deserve praise and appreciation.
1. What was the reaction of Spanish media after Japan’s loss?
In the wake of the Spanish team’s loss to Japan in the 2019 Women’s World Cup, the Spanish media quickly respond with a strong sense of disappointment and embarrassment. It was fast and overwhelming, with a variety of Spanish media outlets, newspapers as well as television shows delivering scathing critiques of the team’s performance. The general mood of Spanish media was summarised by headlines like “We are ashamed” as well as “Dismal Defeat”. In the wake of poor team performances, Luis Enrique was publicly scrutinized and subjected to severe scrutiny.
2. What was Germany do for Spain in order to make it to the 16th round?
The Spanish press were uninformed in the aftermath of the Spanish team’s pathetic loss against Japan in the round-of-16 game of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. With the loss, Spain was eliminated from the competition. Spain was heavily criticised by the Spanish press for their overall performance. This was because of the lack of urgency, as well as their lack of tactical proficiency. The victory of 4-0 by Germany over South Africa enabled the Spanish team to advance to round 16 Germany’s win was unbeatable and Spain as well as China as well as Germany had the chance to get to the next round due to their higher goal differential.
3. Which player scored the opening goal for Spain in the match against Japan?
Spain is abuzz with recent news reports about the Spanish team’s defeat against Japan. Newspapers have noted that the Spanish performance of the team as “dismal” performance. The first goal of the match is notable due to the fact that it was achieved by Andres Ines, a veteran midfielder. Iniesta’s first goal in the game was scored by Spain. It was a pivotal moment for Spain since they were in an advantage that was crucial, however it wasn’t enough to stop the loss.
4. How long took for Spain’s first goal to be scored?
The defeat of Spain against Japan during this year’s Women’s World Cup was a humiliating experience for the team managed by head coach Luis Enrique, one that was met with criticism by the Spanish media. The following day, questions were raised concerning the players’ performance, specifically in relation to the duration it took them to make their debut. While the Spanish team managed to equalize during the second period after one penalty kick at the 61st minutes, this was far of the level of performance that was expected of them. The lack of quick reaction to the Japanese initial goal is a clear reflection of the Spanish team’s overall performance that resulted in a 4-2 loss.
5. Which footballer scored two goals for the cause of Japan in the game?
The latest reports from Spanish papers criticizing Luis Enrique’s team for their “dismal’ loss against Japan in the final match of the series, 5. The match has provoked a great deal of deliberation and debate. It’s worthwhile to look at the goals made by Japan during the match in order to be able to provide a greater depth of analysis. One goal was made in the 41st minutes with Japanese forward Yuya Osako, who headed to the goal from an accurate Keisuke Honda corner shot. The second goal was scored mere moments later, in the 44th minute, by Japanese midfielder Takashi Inui. The Japanese midfielder struck a superb shot at the bottom of the net from a narrow angle.
6. Did Japan’s win be a positive indication of their position have in the group?
The resounding win by Japan against Spain in Group D has been celebrated all over the world and is hailed as an achievement that is significant to the Asian nation. This was the outcome of a carefully executed strategy that saw Japan performing at a high level of technical and tactical proficiency that irked their more well-known opposition. This was Japan’s first win against a European group at a World Cup history, which represented a major step for Japan’s soccer image. It will also increase Japan’s status in this group. As the nation now sits atop the table with four points from just two games. Its qualification for the knockout stage of the tournament will be determined if Japan wins against Poland or draw with them.
Spain may have advanced to the 16th round, but their performance against Japan was viewed as a source of frustration for Spanish media organizations. Germany’s team came back in the last minute to save their team. But, the national team must perform better if they are to win the tournament. If their performance fails to be improved, the Spanish participation in this World Cup could be a brief one.