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China's U14 men's football team shines in Japan! It won 10-2 with a small fight and a big one, and scored 47 goals in 4 games, or it may become a golden generation

author:Billy Billy

Recently, the performance of the Chinese U14 national junior men's football team in Japan is undoubtedly eye-catching. They ended their match against the U16 boys' team, Kokoku High School Osaka, who are generally two years older, with a stunning 10-2 victory, which was more like a declaration.

China's U14 men's football team shines in Japan! It won 10-2 with a small fight and a big one, and scored 47 goals in 4 games, or it may become a golden generation

First, let's take a closer look at some of the highlights of the game. The performance of the Chinese U14 national junior team can be called an offensive teaching lesson. Shortly after the start of the game, Park Ji-hyun broke the deadlock with a precise penalty. He then headed home from a corner, showing his ability from set-pieces. Mu Sajiang's counterattack scored with a single knife, Zhan Jingyuan's point-grabbing score in the melee, and Wei Jiaye's long-range shot, every goal appeared to be superb and tactically in place. In particular, Zhan Jingyuan's goal around the goalkeeper reflects his outstanding personal ability and calm psychological quality. The team's explosiveness on the flanks and steady cooperation in the middle made the players of Osaka Kokoku High School unguardable.

China's U14 men's football team shines in Japan! It won 10-2 with a small fight and a big one, and scored 47 goals in 4 games, or it may become a golden generation

However, behind the victory, we have to mention the strength of the opponent. Despite their popularity in Japan, Osaka Kokoku High School's U16 squad does not fully represent the best of the competition. So, while this win is exciting, it needs to be analyzed with a grain of salt. Although the technical and tactical skills of China's Under-14 national youth are good, the real test will be whether they can continue to perform this way and continue to be competitive in higher-level competitions.

China's U14 men's football team shines in Japan! It won 10-2 with a small fight and a big one, and scored 47 goals in 4 games, or it may become a golden generation

In addition, judging from the performance of these warm-up games, the attacking power of the Chinese U14 national junior team is very strong, scoring a total of 47 goals in four games, showing the team's strong firepower on the offensive end. But winning a football game isn't just about how many goals you can score, defense is just as important. Although the opposition have not scored many goals in these games, does that mean that our defence is impeccable?

China's U14 men's football team shines in Japan! It won 10-2 with a small fight and a big one, and scored 47 goals in 4 games, or it may become a golden generation

Considering the excellent performance of the Chinese U14 national junior team in this competition, we also need to observe their adaptability and mental endurance against stronger opponents in the future. Football is a team sport, and while winning a single game can boost morale and self-confidence, long-term development needs to be based on a balanced development of the team's overall tactical understanding and individual skills. There is no lack of momentary brilliance in the development of Chinese football, and the key lies in how to transform these "momentary" highlights into sustained and stable development results.

China's U14 men's football team shines in Japan! It won 10-2 with a small fight and a big one, and scored 47 goals in 4 games, or it may become a golden generation

For Chinese football, in order to achieve the leap from "short-lived" to sustainable development, a more systematic youth training system and competition opportunities are needed. The Chinese Football Association and relevant institutions can learn from the experience of developed football regions such as Europe and South America to build a complete youth training system, including but not limited to education, technical training, psychological counseling and international exchanges. By communicating and competing with top youth teams from more countries, we can continuously test and improve the abilities of the young players.

China's U14 men's football team shines in Japan! It won 10-2 with a small fight and a big one, and scored 47 goals in 4 games, or it may become a golden generation

The professionalism of the coaching staff is the key to the development of young players. A good coach not only provides technical and tactical training, but also supports mental and emotional management. Chinese football can consider introducing foreign coaches, and at the same time strengthen the training of local coaches, so as to build a coaching team that pays equal attention to theory and practice.

China's U14 men's football team shines in Japan! It won 10-2 with a small fight and a big one, and scored 47 goals in 4 games, or it may become a golden generation

In addition, a sound competition system is also an important way to improve the level of players. The country should hold leagues of all ages on a regular basis and ensure the quality and fairness of the tournaments. Through frequent matches, players are able to constantly test their skills and tactics in actual combat, while also improving their psychological resilience.

China's U14 men's football team shines in Japan! It won 10-2 with a small fight and a big one, and scored 47 goals in 4 games, or it may become a golden generation

Finally, football is not only a sport, but also a culture. Cultivating a fan culture and increasing the spectacle and participation of football matches can create a more positive and supportive environment for young players. Popularizing football culture through various channels such as schools and communities will stimulate more young people's interest and enthusiasm for football, which will lay a solid foundation for the future of Chinese football.

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