(live tv-) Japan U-23 - Qatar U-23 live streaming 20 September 2023
Japan U23 Qatar U23 live score (and video online live stream) starts on 20 Sept 2023 at 11:30 UTC time in Asian Games, Group D, Asia.
Malaysia feel behind early on after stumbling in the first quarter and allowing Kazakhstan to go on a 11-0 run. However, they quickly gathered themselves to fireback with a 13-0 run to take the lead for good in the second quarter. Elvin Hoo, Malaysia's sharpshooter through the SEABA Qualifiers was a bit slow to find his range but eventually finished the game with 18 points to lead the team. Big man Ivan Remezov was the main man for Kazakhstan with 24 points on 10-13 shooting, but the team could not fully utilize their size advantage to get the win. After going up 59-51, Iran managed to score only 3 more points as Japan blasted away for 14 points of their own to get a hard-earned victory. Aside from their leading scorer Takata, Japan benefitted from the play of Leon Shingo (13 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 steals) who controlled the tempo and played a huge role on defense. They also got a monster performance down the stretch from the one of the youngest players in the competition Chusonjakku Shiratani. The big man had 9 points (two of which was on the game-sealing and-one basket), 12 rebounds, and 5 steals. For Iran, Iman Valizadeh scored 17 points to lead the team. Jordan cruise to beat Bahrain After the first few minutes of going back-and-forth, Jordan cruised along to a sizable 85-44 win over Bahrain. A 13-0 run that spread ended the first half and spanned slightly into the third quarter more than secured the deal for Jordan, who are making their first appearance in the competition in 10 years. Omar Hijazi dominated the game for Jordan with 18 points, 13 rebounds, and 2 blocks on 8-11 shooting from the field. Faisal Shawwa had a productive game as well with 15 points on 7-10 shooting with 7 rebounds and 3 blocks. Abdullah Yassin Mousa, another returning player for Qatar, led the team in scoring with 28 points while playing all 40 minutes as well. For Saudi Arabia, it was a solid performance from Reda Almatroud (24 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists, and 3 steals) and Amjad Abdulwahab M Ateek (23 points, 7 rebounds, 7 assists), but they will have to fight for their first win in the competition in over a decade in the next game. Malaysia claim important win over Kazakhstan In what might have been the most important game for both teams in the Group Phase, Malaysia emerged victorious over Kazakhstan 79-71. Korea were led by a star-studded trio of Daniel Edi (18 points, 7 rebounds, 5 steals), Jihoon Yoon (19 points, 5 three-pointers made, 5 rebounds), and Woohyeok Yang (19 points, 6 assists), but it was ultimately not enough. Japan come from behind to beat Iran Japan lost a big lead and found themselves down by almost double-digits, but still found their way back to win 65-62 in exciting fashion against Iran. The 2022 Finalist got out to an early lead up to as much as 12 points in the first quarter, shouldered by the scoring of Shogo Takata who finished the game with 21 points. However, that lead was shortlived as Iran quickly tied things up early in the second quarter. As Japan cooled off from their fiery start, Iran kept building up their lead, enough for an 8-point cushion midway through the final quarter. Ndao shines in Qatar's opening day win It was expected for Mohamed Ndao to star in his second appearance at the U16 Asian Championship, but he seemed to have exceeded those expectations in a 91-82 win for Qatar over Saudi Arabia. The captain played all 40 minutes and recorded 25 points on 10-17 shooting from the field, 18 rebounds, 6 assists, 2 steals, and 5 blocks. This resulted in an EFF rating of 40 - becoming only the second player since the statistic has been recorded in the competition (2015) to reach at least 40 EFF. The game was closely competed throughout the first half with the lead changing hands 18 times, but from the second half onwards, it was all in favor of the hosts. Japan U23 - Qatar U23 live score and H2H football match Japan U23 vs Qatar U23 live score and live streaming on September 20th, 2023 at 11:30 UTC time for Football Asian Games. Australia now extend their all-time winning streak in the competition to 12 games. New Zealand hold off Korea for opening win 2022 Semi-Finalist New Zealand claim a positive 83-81 win over Korea, getting revenge on their early loss in the competition last year. Korea went off to a strong start and commanded the lead for most of the first quarter, but New Zealand were able to shake it off and quickly even things out. By the end of the first half, New Zealand had already bounced back with a balanced attack and built up their lead. 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