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Japan's fourth strongest match against South Africa tonight Rugby World Cup | NHK News

2019-10-19T21:34:44.467Z

In the Rugby World Cup Japan tournament, Japan, which entered the first 8 best, played against South Africa, one of the winning candidates in the quarterfinals on the night of the 20th…



Japan will be 4 stronger against South Africa tonight Rugby World Cup October 20 6:28

In the Rugby World Cup Japan tournament, Japan ’s first 8th place finish will be played against South Africa, one of the winning candidates in the quarterfinals on the evening of the 20th. In Japan, the key to the game will be how to demonstrate the strengths that have overcome the powerhouse, such as developing attacks from quick support for crowds.

In this tournament, Japan advanced to the final eight tournament for the first time in all four rounds of the first league, and played against South Africa, one of the winning candidates in the quarterfinals at Tokyo Stadium in Chofu City on the 20th night. The

In Japan, 14 out of 15 starters have the same face as the final game against Scotland, Captain and Franker Reach Michael, and Wing's Fukuoka Kenki, who has been trying three games in a row. Kotaro Matsushima of the same wing who has given up to 5 tries has been selected.

South Africa, on the other hand, has won the championship twice with the world's best physical and speed, and the main players such as Captain Shea Corissi and Commander Hundle Pollard were selected as starting players.

Although Japan has won a total of 1 win and 1 loss against South Africa and won the last tournament called “the upset of the century,” it lost 7 to 41 in the test match just before the tournament.

The key to winning this tournament is how to demonstrate the strengths that have overcome the powerhouse in this tournament, such as responding firmly to the strong game such as scrum and mall that the opponent is good at, and deploying attacks from quick support to crowding It becomes.

The semi-final between Japan and South Africa will start at 7:15 pm. NHK will broadcast on General TV, BS4K and Radio 1

Source: nhk

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