Shinzo Koroki, captain of Japan’s Urawa Reds Diamonds, made a fiery statement threatening Al Hilal ahead of their upcoming match in the AFC Champions League final.
Tomorrow, Saturday night, there will be a strong match between the Blues leader and his Japanese counterpart Urawa Reds for the AFC Champions League title in the 2022 season.
The match is set to take place tomorrow at exactly 8:30 pm as part of the opening legs of the 2022 AFC Champions League Final, with the second leg taking place in Japan on May 6.
Japanese captain Urawa threatened Al-Hilal with a fiery statement ahead of the AFC Champions League final.
The Japanese newspaper Hoti reported on controversial statements made by veteran striker Shinzo Koroki to threaten the leader of Saudi Arabia, stating: “I promise to avenge the loss of the 2019 AFC Champions League title against Al Hilal.”
Shinzo Koroki added, “I want to get a good opportunity and I will definitely take revenge and win as it’s time to pay off the debts of the past years.”
The two teams have already met in the final AFC Champions League Twice and once Urawa won the title in 2017 and Al Hilal won the title in 2019.
There is a lot of effort and hope on the part of the Saudi Arabia team as they want to win the title at the expense of Japan. To reserve a spot for the 2023 Club World Cup in Saudi Arabia.