Although the Belarusians were more active at the beginning of the game, the Japanese won the first chance to play in the majority, when marked by Junja Yamada. In the first quarter after Kazumi Iwamoto's strike, Asian players already headed two goals.
In the second half, Pavelas Maršonakas narrowed the gap, but Higeki Hitosato and the second goal of Yamados helped the Japanese to achieve a solid lead. Finally, Go Tanaka finished the game in the third quarter.
After this battle, the Japanese account has 4 points leading in a group. However, the Lithuanian and Belarusian teams will play their second game on Saturday and the Lithuanian winner would overtake the Japanese team.
On Friday, the Romanian team successfully began the tournament, which is 7: 3 (1: 0, 2: 1, 4: 2) won by Estonia. The latter was the second failure in two days.
After the victory, Romania ran to the team in the first position.
At the end of the first quarter, the Romanians were the first to score, and despite the second Estonians managed to compare the result, in the second half of the game was owned by Romanian teams. Overall, seven times, the Romanian team won four goals. The provinces did not help the last quarter of the opponent's penalty in the last quarter – they all sat on a penalty bench eight times and received 16 minutes of fine.
All seven goals in Romania were rated by various players – Peter Balaszas, Caniad Fodor, Edward Casaneanu, Gergo Biro, Anori Xanice, Pablo Borisko and Asmavor Mounar.
Kevin Parra, Ann Sorokin, and Andrei were up close in the Estonian game.
The Estonian team will lose its last position after losing the game. At the same time, the Romanians will fight on Saturday to access the final tournament.
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