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Group A: France dominates, Japan is optimistic

7/23/2021 6:53:49 AM

Compared with the outstanding achievements of the adult team, the French National Olympics have had a handful of honors in recent years. After winning the Olympic championship in 1984, it has not even entered the top four. The European Youth Championship has never won a championship in history. In the 2019 European Youth Championship, he reached the top four, and the World Youth Championship won the championship in 2013 and won third place in 2011. In this Olympics, France's national Olympics rank sixth in total value and has little advantage in Group A.

    It is worth noting that the Japanese National Olympics is backed by the advantage of the host, and the odds of winning the championship are fourth. As many as 9 overseas players were recruited for this year’s Olympics, including Real Madrid’s Ku Kangying, Samp’s Asaya Yoshida, Eindhoven’s Don Anu, Marseille’s Hiroki Sakai, Stuttgart’s Endo, etc. people. The National Olympics of Japan won third place in the Olympic Games in 1968 and fourth place in the 2012 London Olympics.

    The Mexican National Olympics defeated Honduras on a penalty kick at the North American Youth Championship in March this year to win the championship and qualify for the Olympics. The brightest moment of the Mexico National Olympics was the upset defeat of the Brazilian National Olympics in the 2012 London Olympics. There is only one player in the Mexico National Olympics playing in overseas leagues, but the team's total net worth is 84.69 million pounds, which is higher than the host, Japan, and its strength should not be underestimated.

    The South African National Olympics is the third place in the 2019 African Youth League. At present, the total value of the team is only 9.54 million pounds. It is the second-lowest among the 16 teams. Most of the players play in the domestic league. Several other players play in the Portuguese, Norwegian, and Sweden Super mid-lower teams. The South African National Olympic team only participated in the Olympic Games twice in 1992 and 2016. They were all out of the group and their competitiveness was very limited.