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Like the Japanese team, Yokohama Club brought 66 members to face HAGL

12 Th4 2022 | 14:37

In the early morning of April 12, Yokohama F Marinos Club with 66 members arrived in Ho Chi Minh City, ready for the opening match of Group H AFC Champions League against HAGL Club.

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Yokohama F Marinos club was present at Tan Son Nhat airport on the morning of April 12.

Of HAGL’s 3 opponents in Group H AFC Champions League, Yokohama F Marinos is the earliest to arrive. Just like the Japanese team when they came to Hanoi to meet Vietnam in the last 3rd qualifying round of the World Cup, Yokohama also brought a large force to Ho Chi Minh City, with a total of 66 members, including 30 players. .

According to experts, Yokohama F Marinos is a “terrible product” in Group H, when it is in extremely impressive performance in the Japanese National Championship (J-League 1) at the moment. After 10 rounds, the J-League 1 runner-up in 2021 is temporarily ranked second, only 2 points behind the leader of the table Kawasaki Frontale.

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66 members and a lot of luggage were brought to Vietnam by Yokohama.

 

Although at the present time, Yokohama does not contribute any members to the Japanese team, however, it is considered normal because currently, 3/4 of the national team’s force of cherry blossom country. are all stars playing football in Europe. The few remaining members come from clubs like Kawasaki Frontale, Nagoya Grampus or Kashima Antlers…

Immediately after arriving in Ho Chi Minh City, the Yokohama F Marinos players moved to the Park Royal Hotel, then conducted a Covid-19 test. According to AFC regulations, during 8 hours waiting for RT-PCR results, all members of Yokohama F Marinos will have to self-isolate in their room.

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With the second place in the J-League 1 in 2022, it can be said that the Japanese runner-up in 2021 is an extremely heavy opponent for HAGL in the opening match of Group H AFC Champions League taking place on April 16. .

Source: NLD.com.vn
Anh Dung – Nld.com.vn | 10:01 April 12, 2022