Japan emerged victorious from the tight clash against Sweden in Salvador which, ultimately, proved to be a win in vain with the Men's Olympic Cheap Fifa 17 Coins Event. Colombia's victory against Nigeria inside Group B's other game on the evening meant Los Cafeteros developed in second place guiding group winners Nigeria.

 

An often cagey first half saw the Samurai Blue in the ascendancy, letting Sweden have the actual ball before hitting these individuals on swift counter-attacks.

 

Notably, Takuma Asano found himself in behind the Swedish backline, teeing up Shoya Nakajima whose shot was off targeted. Astrit Ajdarevic had an endeavor at goal direct from your free-kick just before the interval, but Kosuke Nakamura was comparable to the strike.

 

In the second time, Japan took hold with the game, maintaining possession for more time periods. That approach paid dividends using the opening goal coming from a nice piece of interplay. Ryota Oshima danced through a few challenges and burst into your Swedish penalty area. He slid the baseball into Shinya Yajima, who beat his marker on the ball to finish.

 

Makoto Teguramori's side then came near to doubling their advantage. Oshima, again, was the instigator, curling in a devilish shipping which saw Tsukasa Shiotani surge highest. His header looped more than Andreas Linde, but the goalkeeper was saved because of the crossbar, the ball bouncing back away the woodwork and apart.

 

The result, due to the outcome in Sao Paulo, sees both sides head home, with neither side struggle to match their most new Olympic efforts: the Samurai Blue's be the bronze medal fit in London 2012, and the? Blagult? 's? Barcelona 1992 campaign, which finished at the actual quarter-final stage.

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