Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Japan vs Syria Live Score Information: AFC Asian Cup 2011

 Final result: Japan won 2-1
Japan (2) ---------- Syria (1)
90+7 minutes: Match finished and Japan has won 2-1 
90+4: Nadim of Syria shown red card 
90: SYria had another good attack.  
87 minbytes: Syria came close but did not get the goal 
84 minutes: Syrian players are trying their best.  
81 minutes: Japan has got the second goal through penalty. Honda scored the goal 
80 minutes: Syria has got the goal and score now is 1-1 
70 minutes: THe players and officals of teh two teams look tensed.  
64: Japan is leading by 1-0 yet 
59: Syria desperately trying for a goal 
55 minuytes: Japan got a good chance but could not score 
52 minutes: Syria got a corner but nothing happened 
49 minutes: No change in scoreline 
45 minutes: It is half time and Japan is leading 1-0. COme back for second half action soon.  
43 minutes: Japan is still leading 1-0 
40: Very good attack from Japan but the shot was just wide
37: Japan is now playing ebtter
34: Japan scored the first goal of the match and leading by 1-0
33 minutes: Japan got a good opportunity but Syrian goalkeeper collected the ball. 
29 minutes: Still no goal in teh match
24 minutes: It is clear that Syria has many more supporters than Japan in teh stadium. 
20 minutes: Corner for Syria. Syria is playing very well now. 
17 minutes: freekick fro SYria
14 minutes: No goal yet in the match. 
8 minutes: First good attack from Syria
5 minutes: Japan had a freekick but well defended from Syria
2 minutes: Japan had a good attack but nothing happened
The match will start shortly. Be with us for live updates

Japan will take on Syria in the group stage of the 2011 AFC Asian Cup. The match will kick off on 19:15 local time and 16:15 GMT on 13th January. It will take place at Qatar Sports Club in Doha on Thursday.
Teams: Japan vs Syria
Group: B
Time: 19:15 local time and 16:15 GMT
Venue: Qatar Sports Club, Doha
Live on: ESPN STAR Sports
Live online score:
For both Japan and Syria, it is going to be the second match in Group B. Japan played against Jordan in their opening match and it was ended in a 1-1 draw. On the other hand, Syria got an unexpected victory over Saudi Arabia. They defeated the previous year’s runners-up by 2-1.
However, millions of fans should eagerly wait to watch an exciting game between these two teams. There is no doubt that Japan will be looking for a victory and try to make brighter their possibility to secure their place in the quarter-final round. Compared to Japan, Syria looks much tension free for their victory in the first match. Now, they need just a victory to go to the second round.
If Japan fails to get victory against Syria then they will have to face Saudi Arabia in a crucial do or die match. Japan’s opening match against Jordan was an exciting one. Thanks to defender Maya Yoshida, who scored the goal into extra time, Japan could save the match.
The Netherlands-based center half is expected to cause more damage on the opposition at the Asian Cup. The tallest player on the team, Yoshida, scored his second goal for Japan in his third appearance. He admits that because of his mistake Jordan got a chance to score a goal. He also said that it would not happen again at this continental championship.
Syria is now in buoyant form after getting a surprising victory over three-time Asian champions Saudi Arabia. Syrian boss, Tita Valeriu, is keen to continue the success for a second time when his team will take on group rivals Japan on Thursday.
In their second group match against Japan, they will try their best to prove that their victory over Saudi Arabia was not an accident. Abdulrazak Al Husein will get all media attention for his two goals in the previous match. He should hope to repeat such memorable performance once again to take his team in a high position.
However, it will not be that easy for them as Japan is a strong team. The Romanian warned his players not to be over confident and they should be realistic.
Mohsen Torki from Iran has been chosen to referee the match between Japan and Syria. His countrymen Hassan Kamranifar and Reza Sokhandan will assist him to conduct the match successfully while Mohamed Benouza from Algeria will be the fourth referee in the match.
Who do you think will win the match between Japan and Syria?