Watch… Japanese coach meeting players on the field after the defeat to Iran in the Asian Cup

In an unusual shot in the world of football, Japanese coach Hajime Moriyasu met Samurai players on the field and in front of fans after losing to Iran in the quarter-finals of the Asian Cup held in Qatar.

The Japanese national team lost to Iran in a fatal overtime with a score of 1-2, causing the “Samurai” to be eliminated from the Asian Cup in the quarter-finals.

After a dramatic defeat by a penalty kick scored by Iranian national team captain Ali Reza Jahanbakhsh in the 96th minute, Moriyasu entered the field of the “Education City Stadium” after the final whistle and gave a technical lecture to the players. ,

The Japanese national team continues its failure to capture an Asian Cup title since last winning the title in the 2011 Qatar edition.

The Samurai team was one of the leading candidates to win the continental title this year, before the Iranian team managed to knock it out of the tournament.

The Japanese team is considered to be the most successful team having won the Asian Cup Final title 4 times during the years 1992, 2000, 2004 and 2011.

The Japan national team's lead on the list of most awarded teams is in danger after Iran reached the semi-finals.

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