Japan squeezes into last 16 on disciplinary rule

VOLGOGRAD, Russia (Reuters) – Japan lost 1-0 to Poland on Thursday but survived to become the only Asian side to qualify for last 16 of the World Cup in Russia — and the first team ever to progress thanks to FIFA’s new disciplinary tie-breaker rule.
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