Ground is set for Japan vs Uzbekistan Futsal Championship 2018

Ground is set for Japan vs Uzbekistan Futsal Championship 2018
Written by Abhishek Lohia

The final match of AFC Futsal Championship 2018, between Uzbekistan and Japan, will be played today at 4:30 pm. AFC Futsal championship is the futsal competition of the Asian Football Confederation nations and plays every year in the month of February.  The event was played first time in 1999, Since then, Iran has been dominated the other nations in this sport.Iran is the most successful team in this competition, won the finals record-11 times. Actually, it’s a five-a-side football sport, where only five players can perform at a single time(four outfielders and one goal-keeper), this feature makes it easy and called itself as an Indoor football tournament.

Japan has become a good team of this event, they start of this championship by winning their first match against Tajikistan with the score of 4-2 in full-time. Japan scored their all four goals, in the first half of this match and they took a massive lead over Tajikistan. Tajikistan overwhelmed this lead by hitting two goals in the first half. There were total 6 goals scored in the first half of the match, and break and halftime have to begin with 4-2.

On the other side, Uzbekistan also did a great start of this tournament, by winning their first match against the poor team of  Korea Republic. They performed well and scored thirteen goals against the Korea Republic, in the first half of the match. They also, register a victory against Tajikistan in their second match and listed himself to the top of the points table. Today’s match against Japan will definitely be counted as a pre-quarterfinal match because both the teams are already in the top-2 teams of Group-B. And both teams will try to come to the top of the group through win this match. We all are excited and looking for live action today at 4:30 pm.

About the author

Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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