Thailand’s female team lost to Japan in the quarterfinals of the Asian Cup

30 Th1 2022 | 14:09 | Football

Outstanding strength helped Japanese women beat Thailand women with a score of 7-0 in the quarterfinals of the Asian Women’s Football Cup on the afternoon of January 30.

The Thai women’s team entered the quarter-finals of the Asian Women’s Football Cup with the Japanese women’s team when there were only 14 registered players, due to the impact of the Covid epidemic in India.

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Japanese women (right cover) overwhelm Thai women.

Meanwhile, the Japanese girls are the defending champions and they are still considered the No. 1 candidate for the championship at the 2022 Asian Women’s Football Cup.

Outstanding strength helps Japanese women easily control the game completely, leaving Thai women only able to support themselves.

In the first half, the cherry blossom country team got two goals thanks to Yuika (27′) and Hinata (45+2).

After the break, the Thai women’s net was shaken five more times. In which Yuika’s hat-trick (65′ pen, 80′, 83′), the other two goals were scored by Rin (48′) and Riko (75′).

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Japan entered the semi-finals with a ticket to the 2023 World Cup.

The bold victory brought Japan into the semi-finals of the Women’s Asian Cup with a ticket to the 2023 World Cup finals.

Meanwhile, despite the defeat, the Thai women still have the opportunity to compete for tickets to win the World Cup with the two losing teams in the remaining quarterfinals between China vs Vietnam and Taiwan (China) vs the Philippines.

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List of Japanese women’s vs Thai women’s competition.

In the quarter-finals at the same time, Korea suddenly overcame Australia with a score of 1-0. This result forces the three losing teams in the quarter-finals to play in a round-robin round to choose the team with the highest score to win a direct ticket to the World Cup, while the other two teams will play the inter-continental play-off.

Japan women’s line-up vs Thailand women’s line-up

Nhật Bản : Ayaka Yamashita, Risa Shimizu, Moeka Minami, Saki Kumagai, Shiori Miyake, Mina Tanaka, Yui Hasegawa, Fuka Nagano, Honoka Hayashi, Riko Ueki, Hinata Miyazawa

Thái Lan : Waraporn Boonsing, Kanchanaporn Saenkhun, Phonphirun Philawan, Silawan Intamee, Nipawan Panyosuk, Warunee Phetwiset, Nutwadee Pram-nak, Saowalak Pengngam, Orapin Waenngoen, Chatchawan Rodthong, Taneekarn Dang.

Live football in the quarterfinals of the 2022 Women’s Asian Cup finals: 
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