The British fans are getting ready to cheer their team on in the second fixture of the Olympic Games against Japan. Victory will guarantee them a spot in the last eight, but they know that it won’t be easy as they face off with hosts for this game.
The Great Britain national football squad has only ever had one victory at an Olympics before and now need another win if they want any chance at advancing from Group F after losing 2-0 to Sweden earlier today–the match was tough enough considering Sweden is third ranked side going into these games according World Soccer Index’s rankings list, however things just got tougher when players saw who would await them next out there under those famous Tokyo 2020 stadium lights: Japan! The Japanese have played some good matches.
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Hege Riise’s side saw off Chile in their opening game, an Ellen White brace yielding a 2-0 victory – and a top-two finish will be theirs if another three points follows here, after Japan themselves only drew 1-1 with Canada in the first round of matches. The head coach was impressed by the showing in that win over the South Americans, while knowing there’s scope for improvement, too. “How we started the game was exceptional,” she said after Team GB’s win. “The first 30 minutes were the best we’ve played and we kept it going. It wasn’t pretty for the whole game but we fought and we managed to get the result we wanted.”
Now, the depth and talent on show throughout the squad could come to the fore, with changes expected for this fixture for Great Britain. For the hosts, the pressure is on to pick up a positive result and ensure they don’t make a quick exit – though with a couple of best third-place finishers also set to reach the quarter-finals, it won’t be a case of all hope lost if they suffer defeat.