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In Chongqing, China’s Chongqing (thirty million inhabitants), Tuesday’s friendly inter-country between China and Colombia is on the playing calendar. For China a great opportunity to measure with a global subtopper, while Colombia likes to rehearse her blazon.
With him picking up five billion inhabitants, China is on paper a potential superpower on the global football scene. The country only qualified for a World Cup final. At the 2002 World Cup in South Korea and Japan, Team Dragon lost all of its group matches and did not even score a goal. In the 2018 World Cup qualification, the Asians in their pockets did not go beyond a farthest place and even had to land if Syria and Uzbekistan tolerated themselves. In spite of heavy investment by government and industry to raise football to a higher level, there is still enough work at the 57th edition of the FIFA World Ranking.
China’s biggest star is always on the bench The Chinese Football Federation knew nobody less than Marcello Lippi to play as a coach, undoubtedly for a royal salary. The Italian is doing good work because there is a rising line in the performance of the red shirts. China usually plays 4-3-3 and only has players from its own Super League in the selection. Star player is Gao Lin (Guangzhou Evergrande) who lives in his own country with the nickname Gaolinsmann. However, China is particularly vulnerable, especially on the wings. Last Friday, the country lost 0-2 from Serbia and both opposites came about after mistakes on the flanks. Furthermore, the lack of headline wants to break the Chinese.
Colombia, of course, goes to the World Cup, but that certainly does not mean that everything goes wrong with the South Americans. Los Cafeteros have been very difficult for some time and also lasted 2-1 in South Korea last weekend. The highlight (or better said: lowest point) was Erwin Cardona (Boca Juniors) who, with his gap-wrench, drew the anger of South Korea and its necks. At the end, he apologized and said that it was absolutely not his intention to hurt the Asian people. Well, some soccer players are not too snugger at once. His action could sometimes have major consequences, because he could even be suspended for the World Cup in spite of a serious penalty
Colombia has a right to put some right on Tuesday afternoon, because if China is not won, the Asian tour ends in an outright deception. Coach Jose Pekerman has to puzzle again, as star player James Rodriguez (Bayern Munich), like Cristian Zapata (AC Milan), got permission to return to his club earlier. Previously, Radamel Falcao (AS Monaco) had to be injured. Pekerman is therefore forced to experiment.