Brazil and Japan played a friendly match in Tokyo on Monday night to continue their respective World Cup preparations in 2022. This month, Tite’s side thrashed South Korea 5-1 in an exhibition match, while the hosts thrashed Paraguay 4-1.

After their friendly victory over Paraguay on Thursday, Japan’s spirits were visibly lifted. A better showing at the World Cup was something they aspired to, given their track record of finishing in the last 16 or group stage.

Ao Tanaka, Takuma Asano, Daichi Kamada, Kaoru Mitoma, and Derlis Gonzalez scored for the Samurai Blue in the Sapporo Dome, but Japan are just just getting started.

As they prepare for Qatar, Hajime Moriyasu’s team have won seven and drew one of their past eight matches in all competitions, conceding just three goals and winning four of their last five home encounters.

Taking on teams from all over the world is a wonderful way to prepare for the World Cup, and the newest edition of the Kirin Cup, which kicks off on June 10, is a nice opportunity for Ghana to see how they stack up against some of the best in the world.

Even though they were missing many of the players that competed in the Champions League final, Brazil was unstoppable in Seoul, where they opened their Asian trip with a resounding victory.

Neymar scored twice from the penalty spot, along with Richarlison, Philippe Coutinho, and Gabriel Jesus, as Brazil defeated South Korea 5-1 in their World Cup Group D match. Before the Selecao took over, Hwang Ui-jo scored for South Korea.

Japan vs Brazil – Betting Analysis

Brazil has now won four straight games in all competitions, each with a goal total of at least four, laying the groundwork for a long-awaited victory on the world’s largest stage.

The Selecao have gone 12 games without a loss since losing to Argentina in the Copa America final last year, but the Selecao will have the chance to avenge their loss to La Albiceleste in the exhibition match on Saturday, and Brazil have won 19 of their last 20 friendly matches away from home in that time period.

In Brazil’s previous 12 meetings with Japan, the South Americans were undefeated. Brazil defeated Japan 3-1 in November 2017 in their most recent Confederations Cup meeting, where the Selecao won by the score of 1 goal to nil.

Japan vs Brazil – Head -to -Head

Japan vs Brazil

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