[September 13, 2022 – Harmon, Guam] The work continues for the Guam U20 National Team, set to face off against group favorite Japan on Match Day 3 of the AFC U20 Asian Cup Uzbekistan 2023™ Qualifiers in Vientiane, Laos.
Guam fell to Palestine 5-0 in Match Day 2’s first match, while Japan eked out a 4-0 win over host country Laos in the day’s final encounter delayed 30 minutes due to heavy rain and field flooding.
“(The match against Palestine) was a hard lesson about understanding the kind of mentality we need to perform well at this level,” said Dominic Gadia, Guam’s U20 National Team Head Coach during the post-match press conference. “For the next match against Japan, we just need to make sure we recover and get ready in terms of our fitness and monitor any injuries we picked up – we need to do these properly. But as I said after the first match, we’re trying to improve after each match. There was some improvement in the match against Palestine – I want the team to apply everything learned in the first two matches for the next match against Japan. .....
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