El Salvador, the second opponent in Klinsmann’s June A match, suffered a crushing defeat in Japan.
El Salvador suffered a crushing 0-6 defeat against Japan in an exhibition match in Toyota, Aichi Prefecture, Japan, on June 15.
El Salvador, ranked 75th in the FIFA rankings, will face South Korea (27th) at the Daejeon World Cup Stadium on April 20.
Japan opened the scoring with a goal from Shogo Taniguchi (Alayan) in the first minute of play, and Ayase Ueda (Brugge) added another from the penalty spot in the fourth minute.
In the process, El Salvador were reduced to a man down when defender Ronald Romes (Telsa) was sent off.
Japan then unleashed a goal storm.
Back-to-back goals from Takefusa Kubo (Sociedad) in the 25th minute and Doan Ritsu (Freiburg) in the 44th minute gave Japan a 4-0 lead at halftime.
In the second half, Keito Nakamura (LASK) scored in the 15th minute and Kyogo Furuhashi (Celtic) in the 28th minute to complete the 6-0 victory 메이저사이트.
After defeating El Salvador, Japan will continue the tournament with an exhibition match against Peru on Tuesday in Osaka.
South Korea will face Peru in Busan on Sept. 16 and El Salvador in Daejeon on Sept. 20.