Japan’s “Young Gun” Takefusa Kubo (21-Real Sociedad) is confident ahead of the national team’s exhibition match against Tunisia, which the South Korean national soccer team won convincingly.The Japan national soccer team, led by Hajime Moriyasu, will play Tunisia in a friendly on Sunday at Misaki Park Stadium in Kobe, Japan.According to Japanese media, Japan’s main strikers, Kaoru Mitoma (Brighton) and Daichi Kamada (Lazio), were left out of the October A match roster due to fitness issues.As a result, local reports suggest that Kubo will most likely start the game on the right flank or as a second central striker to lead Japan’s attack.”Nothing changes with or without (Mitoma and Kamada),” Kubo said ahead of the Tunisia game, “I always come to the national team with the intention of starting.””There are a lot of plays I want to make,” said Kubo, who started in the second central striker position against Turkey in an A match in September. I want to play more up front if possible,” he said.”I think it’s my characteristic to play on the right wing and break through 온라인카지노 to the front and center,” he said, adding that he is confident that he can “get past one defender very easily.”

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