Japan’s Victory at the Japan-Qatar Match: Chinese Audiences’ Surprising Reaction Revealed

2023-09-20 21:30:00

Japan-Qatar match/Reporter Choi Byeong-jin

[마이데일리 = 항저우(중국) 최병진 기자] The Chinese audience’s booing did not work this time either.

The Japanese national soccer team won 3-1 in the first match of Group D of the ‘2022 Hangzhou Asian Games’ against Qatar held at Xiaoshan Sports Center Stadium in Hangzhou, China on the 20th.

The Chinese spectators who visited Xiaoshan Stadium to watch the game that day enthusiastically cheered for Qatar. ‘Booing for Japan and cheering for Qatar’ was the concept of the Chinese audience.

But this plan was ruined in just one minute. Yachida took a direct free kick near the penalty box and hit the net with a fantastic right-footed shot, and the Chinese crowd fell silent at that moment. Japan set the tone perfectly with Uchino scoring an additional goal in the 24th minute of the first half.

The quiet Xiaoshan Stadium was filled with cheers in the 34th minute of the second half. Qatar’s Ashlaiti scored a chasing goal, narrowing the score to 1-2.

Japan-Qatar match/Reporter Choi Byeong-jin

The Chinese audience cheered and cheered for Qatar even louder. The Chinese crowd, eager for Qatar to score an equalizer, became even more excited and raised the decibel level.

But the cheers did not last long. Japan’s Yamasaki scored a key goal at the end of the second half, and at that moment, the Chinese crowd fell silent again.

The same was true for the Chinese spectators in Jinhua.

Chinese fans openly cheered for Kuwait in the first match between Korea and Kuwait. However, Korea won 9-0, and the Chinese crowd quietly left the ground. Even in the match between Japan and Qatar, China’s booing did not work and the ending was ‘silence’.

Hangzhou (China) = Reporter Choi Byeong-jin [email protected]
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