Japan took the game against North Korea for World Cup qualifiers

As expected, she took the “third” for the game of the 2026 World Cup qualifiers with her, but it did not take place. FIFA gave it to her! The Japanese Football Federation was informed by the World Football Federation that it got the 3–0 win without a match in the match with North Korea for the 2026 World Cup qualifiers. It is recalled that the showdown was scheduled to take place on 26 March in Pyongyang, but, five days before the match was held, the competent North Korean authorities suddenly stated that the country could not host the match, without mentioning the reason. So the World Football Confederation then announced that the meeting would not be held and reprogrammed, due to lack of… space in the international football caradary. Japan had defeated North Korea 1–0 in Tokyo on 21 March, within the 2nd group for the 2nd round of Asia’s qualifiers, which Syria and Myanmar complement. Following this development, the “blue samurais”, who measure four wins in equal numbers games, have “locked” a place in the group’s first two-point score and, at the same time, the qualification in the third round of the qualifiers, where the first (direct) “currency” for the final phase of the 2026 World Cup will be co-organized by the United States, Canada and Mexico.