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Saturday, January 08, 2011

Japan vs Jordan Live Score Information: Asian Cup 2011

Japan 1/Jordan-1

Match has finished just now.

90+4 Minutes: Jordan tried to score another goal but they failed.

90+2 Minutes: At last Japan has scored a goal. Yoshida scored this goal in 91 minutes.

90+1 Minutes: Bad luck for Japan. Failed another opportunity to score a goal.

90 Minutes: Japan changes one player.

89 Minutes: Goal kick for Japan.

87 Minutes: Two corners in two minutes. But Japan failed to make any score.

86 Minutes: Corner for Japan.

84 Minutes: Japan got another chance but no goal has been scored.

83 Minutes: Only 7 minutes is left.

79 Minutes: Japan take a shot to score a goal but Jordan goalkeeper saved it.

77 Minutes: Japan can't break Jordan's strong defense.

75 Minutes: One Jordan player has been injured.

72 Minutes: Japan badly need one goal to level the score 1-1.

71 Minutes: Japan player tried to score a goal but Jordan defender saved it.

70 Minutes: Throw in for Jordan

68 Minutes: Japan failed to score a goal.

66 Minutes: Jordan is playing in defensive style.

64 Minutes: Japan is trying hard to score a goal.

62 Minutes: Japan 0/Jordan-1

Japan will take on Jordan on 9th January 2011 at Qatar Sports Club Stadium, Doha. The match between Japand and Jordan is going to be the opening match in Group B fixture of the 2011 Aisan Cup. The match will kick off at 1615 hours (13:15 GMT).

Teams: Japan vs Jordan

Group: B

Date: 9th January 2011

Time: 1615 hours, 13:15 GMT

Venue: Qatar Sports Club Stadium, Doha

If you want to get live score of Japan vs Jordan Asian Cup 2011 match then visit the link- www.livescore.com.

Both Japand and Jordan have faced each other once in the AFC Asian Cup finals so far. In 2004 Asian Cup finals in China, they met each other when they reached the quarter finals. The match was 1-1 draw after extra time. However, Japana won the match 4-3 in the shootout. Japan won their third Asian Cup title.

Jordan will be hoping to take revenge for their defeat in the previous Asian Cup. However, it will not be an easy task because Japan is now in good form and most of their players are eyeing to win the title once again. It will be watching to see if Jordan can show their miracle performance against the East Asian team.

Jordan is a underdog team. This country has no big success in the 55 years history of the competition. They have been qualified in the 2011 AFC Asian Cup Finals following their second placed finished in Group E with eight points However, Iran was the group champion.

Japan secured their place in the Asian Cup Finals in Qatar for their first placed finsihed in Group A. They played six matches where they got victory in five matches and lost one. Their only 1-0 defeat came in Bahrain.

Japan is one of the three countries that has much success in the Asian Cup. They won the title three times in 1992, 2000 and 2004 while they were place fourth place in the 2007 Asian Cup. Now, they are aiming to clinch the title for the fourth time.

This time, Japan looks much confident than any other teams in the competition. They are considered to win the title. If they can win the title then they will be the highest time Asian Cup winner.

Alberto Zaccheroni, who was appointed Japan boss in August, is much confident about his team’s success. The Italian, who won Serie A with AC Milan in 1999, has said his aim in this statement that he wants to add European style to his Blue Samurai.

The main strength of Japans is perhaps their midfield. They have many qulity midfieldiers like Keisuke Honda, Yasuhito Endo and Shinji Kagawa. These three players will be the most watch when Japan will play against Jordan. Fans around the world will be watching to see if they can break Jordan’s strong defence.

It is known to all that ESPN STAR Sports has got the television right to telecast the tournament live in Asia. But I haven’t found any tv channel’s name that will telecast this match live in these two countries. If you know who will broadcast it live in Japan and Jordan then write it in the comment option.

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