‘Why can’t we win?’: Chinese influencer cries after Japan’s win at World Cup

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A Chinese Weibo influencer broke down after witnessing Japan's win over Germany at the 2022 FIFA World Cup on Wednesday, wondering why other Asian countries can win and not China.
The Weibo influencer, known as 山羊君GOAT to his 200,000+ followers, filmed himself crying in the stands of the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar on Wednesday as Japan's 'Samurai Blue' clinched an intense 2-1 win.
"This is our neighbor. We are physically similar to them; Why can they win but we can't?' he says in the video.
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Coming from behind, the Japan national soccer team scored the last two goals in the final 15 minutes of the game, beating four-time champions Germany. Wednesday night's game marked the first time Japan had defeated Germany in the teams' four meetings.
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The influencer's reaction to the victory comes as China has not qualified for a place at the World Cup since 2002, as the national team finished fifth at the AFC Asian Cup that year.
While other Weibo users sympathized with the Weibo influencer, others were more open in their comments.
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"What are you crying for? Check out more what we can do,” commented one user. "Yes, we have the same physique, but do we have the same quality? Be more optimistic. Every country has its expertise. With so many gold medals at the Olympics, there is no harm in losing at football.”
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"What's even more embarrassing is that 14 people can't be chosen from the 1.4 billion people," wrote another Weibo user.
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Featured image via 山羊君GOAT
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