Spain beat Australia and Germany beat Saudi Arabia for Tokyo Olympics

Spain beat Australia and Germany beat Saudi Arabia for Tokyo Olympics

The two European teams managed to win their matches in the men’s football feud at the Tokyo Olympic Games. Spain beat Australia 1-0 this Sunday (25), while Germany, part of the Brazil team group, beat Saudi Arabia 3-2.

The Spanish team defeated Australia in the city of Sapporo in a match valid for the second round of Group C of men’s football at the Tokyo Olympics, with a goal scored by 24-year-old Real Sociedad defending striker Mikel Oyarzabal. Play. With the result, Spain is the leader in the key.

At Yokohama International Stadium, the German Olympic team defeated Saudi Arabia by a score of 3–2, even playing with a low, with defender Piper being sent off in the second half. Nadeem Amiri, Ragnar Aceh and Felix Uduokhai scored the German goals. Midfielder Sami Al Naji noted both Saudis.

Both teams are members of Group D, similar to Brazil, which leads the group with 4 points, followed by Ivory Coast, Germany with 4 points, 3 points and Lantern Saudi Arabia, who have so far scored in Japan. not done.

Now, Spain returns to the field next Wednesday (28), at 8:00 a.m. (GMT) to fight for a spot against Argentina. Also on Wednesday, Germany will face Cte ​​d’Ivoire at 5:00 am (GMT) for the classification.

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