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写真 | 2022年 12月 6日 06:40 JST

In pictures: Croatia advance as Japan crumble in shootout

Croatia's Dominik Livakovic celebrates with Mario Pasalic, Josko Gvardiol, Dejan Lovren and Josip Juranovic after winning the penalty shootout and progressing to the quarter finals.   REUTERS/Lee Smith

Croatia's Dominik Livakovic celebrates with Mario Pasalic, Josko Gvardiol, Dejan Lovren and Josip Juranovic afmore

Croatia's Dominik Livakovic celebrates with Mario Pasalic, Josko Gvardiol, Dejan Lovren and Josip Juranovic after winning the penalty shootout and progressing to the quarter finals. REUTERS/Lee Smith
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Croatia's Dominik Livakovic saves a penalty missed by Japan's Takumi Minamino.    REUTERS/Marko Djurica

Croatia's Dominik Livakovic saves a penalty missed by Japan's Takumi Minamino. REUTERS/Marko Djurica

Croatia's Dominik Livakovic saves a penalty missed by Japan's Takumi Minamino. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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Japan fans look dejected after the penalty shootout as Japan are eliminated from the World Cup.   REUTERS/John Sibley

Japan fans look dejected after the penalty shootout as Japan are eliminated from the World Cup. REUTERS/Johnmore

Japan fans look dejected after the penalty shootout as Japan are eliminated from the World Cup. REUTERS/John Sibley
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Japan fans react as they watch the penalty shootout at the Bee bar.   REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

Japan fans react as they watch the penalty shootout at the Bee bar. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

Japan fans react as they watch the penalty shootout at the Bee bar. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
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A Japan fan wearing fancy dress in the stands reacts.   REUTERS/John Sibley

A Japan fan wearing fancy dress in the stands reacts. REUTERS/John Sibley

A Japan fan wearing fancy dress in the stands reacts. REUTERS/John Sibley
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Croatia's Dominik Livakovic and Luka Modric celebrate after winning the penalty shootout as Croatia progress to the quarter finals.    REUTERS/Dylan Martinez

Croatia's Dominik Livakovic and Luka Modric celebrate after winning the penalty shootout as Croatia progress tmore

Croatia's Dominik Livakovic and Luka Modric celebrate after winning the penalty shootout as Croatia progress to the quarter finals. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
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Japan fan looks dejected after the penalty shootout as Japan are eliminated from the World Cup.   REUTERS/John Sibley

Japan fan looks dejected after the penalty shootout as Japan are eliminated from the World Cup. REUTERS/Johnmore

Japan fan looks dejected after the penalty shootout as Japan are eliminated from the World Cup. REUTERS/John Sibley
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Japan's Shuichi Gonda and Eiji Kawashima look dejected after the penalty shootout as Japan are eliminated from the World Cup.   REUTERS/Dylan Martinez

Japan's Shuichi Gonda and Eiji Kawashima look dejected after the penalty shootout as Japan are eliminated frommore

Japan's Shuichi Gonda and Eiji Kawashima look dejected after the penalty shootout as Japan are eliminated from the World Cup. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
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Croatia's Dominik Livakovic saves a penalty from Japan's Kaoru Mitoma during the shootout.   REUTERS/Lee Smith

Croatia's Dominik Livakovic saves a penalty from Japan's Kaoru Mitoma during the shootout. REUTERS/Lee Smith

Croatia's Dominik Livakovic saves a penalty from Japan's Kaoru Mitoma during the shootout. REUTERS/Lee Smith
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Croatia's Dominik Livakovic gestures as Japan coach Hajime Moriyasu speaks to the Japan players after the penalty shootout.   REUTERS/Lee Smith

Croatia's Dominik Livakovic gestures as Japan coach Hajime Moriyasu speaks to the Japan players after the penamore

Croatia's Dominik Livakovic gestures as Japan coach Hajime Moriyasu speaks to the Japan players after the penalty shootout. REUTERS/Lee Smith
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Japan coach Hajime Moriyasu bows to fans after the penalty shootout as Japan are eliminated from the World Cup.   REUTERS/Dylan Martinez

Japan coach Hajime Moriyasu bows to fans after the penalty shootout as Japan are eliminated from the World Cupmore

Japan coach Hajime Moriyasu bows to fans after the penalty shootout as Japan are eliminated from the World Cup. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
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Japan's Maya Yoshida and teammates look dejected after being eliminated from the World Cup.   REUTERS/Matthew Childs

Japan's Maya Yoshida and teammates look dejected after being eliminated from the World Cup. REUTERS/Matthew more

Japan's Maya Yoshida and teammates look dejected after being eliminated from the World Cup. REUTERS/Matthew Childs
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Croatia's Dejan Lovren and Josko Gvardiol celebrate qualifying for the quarter finals as Japan players looks dejected after being eliminated from the World Cup.   REUTERS/Marko Djurica

Croatia's Dejan Lovren and Josko Gvardiol celebrate qualifying for the quarter finals as Japan players looks dmore

Croatia's Dejan Lovren and Josko Gvardiol celebrate qualifying for the quarter finals as Japan players looks dejected after being eliminated from the World Cup. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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Croatia's Mario Pasalic celebrates with teammate Dominik Livakovic after scoring the winning penalty during the penalty shootout.   REUTERS/Dylan Martinez

Croatia's Mario Pasalic celebrates with teammate Dominik Livakovic after scoring the winning penalty during thmore

Croatia's Mario Pasalic celebrates with teammate Dominik Livakovic after scoring the winning penalty during the penalty shootout. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
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Croatia players celebrate after winning the penalty shootout as Japan players look dejected.   REUTERS/Lee Smith

Croatia players celebrate after winning the penalty shootout as Japan players look dejected. REUTERS/Lee Smimore

Croatia players celebrate after winning the penalty shootout as Japan players look dejected. REUTERS/Lee Smith
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Croatia's Dominik Livakovic celebrates with Mario Pasalic and teammates after winning the penalty shootout and progressing to the quarter finals.   REUTERS/Peter Cziborra

Croatia's Dominik Livakovic celebrates with Mario Pasalic and teammates after winning the penalty shootout andmore

Croatia's Dominik Livakovic celebrates with Mario Pasalic and teammates after winning the penalty shootout and progressing to the quarter finals. REUTERS/Peter Cziborra
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Japan's Takumi Minamino reacts after his penalty is saved by Croatia's Dominik Livakovic during the penalty shootout.  REUTERS/Dylan Martinez

Japan's Takumi Minamino reacts after his penalty is saved by Croatia's Dominik Livakovic during the penalty shmore

Japan's Takumi Minamino reacts after his penalty is saved by Croatia's Dominik Livakovic during the penalty shootout. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
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Japan's Takumi Minamino has his penalty saved during the penalty shootout.  REUTERS/John Sibley

Japan's Takumi Minamino has his penalty saved during the penalty shootout. REUTERS/John Sibley

Japan's Takumi Minamino has his penalty saved during the penalty shootout. REUTERS/John Sibley
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Croatia's Ivan Perisic celebrates scoring their first goal.   REUTERS/Matthew Childs

Croatia's Ivan Perisic celebrates scoring their first goal. REUTERS/Matthew Childs

Croatia's Ivan Perisic celebrates scoring their first goal. REUTERS/Matthew Childs
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Croatia's Ivan Perisic celebrates scoring their first goal.   REUTERS/Matthew Childs

Croatia's Ivan Perisic celebrates scoring their first goal. REUTERS/Matthew Childs

Croatia's Ivan Perisic celebrates scoring their first goal. REUTERS/Matthew Childs
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Croatia's Ivan Perisic scores their first goal.   REUTERS/Marko Djurica

Croatia's Ivan Perisic scores their first goal. REUTERS/Marko Djurica

Croatia's Ivan Perisic scores their first goal. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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Japan's Daizen Maeda celebrates scoring their first goal with Maya Yoshida and teammates as Croatia's Borna Barisic looks dejected.   REUTERS/Peter Cziborra

Japan's Daizen Maeda celebrates scoring their first goal with Maya Yoshida and teammates as Croatia's Borna Bamore

Japan's Daizen Maeda celebrates scoring their first goal with Maya Yoshida and teammates as Croatia's Borna Barisic looks dejected. REUTERS/Peter Cziborra
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Japan's Daizen Maeda celebrates scoring their first goal with Wataru Endo.   REUTERS/Matthew Childs

Japan's Daizen Maeda celebrates scoring their first goal with Wataru Endo. REUTERS/Matthew Childs

Japan's Daizen Maeda celebrates scoring their first goal with Wataru Endo. REUTERS/Matthew Childs
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A general view inside the stadium during the match.   REUTERS/Peter Cziborra

A general view inside the stadium during the match. REUTERS/Peter Cziborra

A general view inside the stadium during the match. REUTERS/Peter Cziborra
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Croatia's Luka Modric in action with Japan's Yuto Nagatomo.   REUTERS/Lee Smith

Croatia's Luka Modric in action with Japan's Yuto Nagatomo. REUTERS/Lee Smith

Croatia's Luka Modric in action with Japan's Yuto Nagatomo. REUTERS/Lee Smith
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Croatia fans celebrate after winning the penalty shootout to progress to the quarter finals. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic

Croatia fans celebrate after winning the penalty shootout to progress to the quarter finals. REUTERS/Antonio Bmore

Croatia fans celebrate after winning the penalty shootout to progress to the quarter finals. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
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Japan players pose for a team group photo before the match.   REUTERS/Peter Cziborra

Japan players pose for a team group photo before the match. REUTERS/Peter Cziborra

Japan players pose for a team group photo before the match. REUTERS/Peter Cziborra
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