Mohamed Salah won and converted a penalty for a consolation goal on his return from injury but Egypt's first World Cup in 28 years could be over in barely five days following a second straight loss.
Japan's Gen Shoji gets above Colombia's Radamel Falcao to win a header during the group H match between Colombia and Japan at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Mordavia Arena in Saransk, Russia, Tuesday, June 19, 2018. America's Steve Christakos reports.
Defensive midfielder Sanchez had spent just three minutes on the field in Tuesday's match before getting sent off for a clear handball, which led to a penalty kick and Japan's first goal.
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Morocco lost its opening game 0-1 to Iran, before losing by the same scoreline to Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal despite putting on brilliant displays in both games.
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Much of the second-half was a one-way traffic, with Japan making all the noise while Colombia were yet to come up with a real attacking move.
In excellent striking form with Bayern Munich - he scored 41 goals in 48 matches - Lewandowski started his preparations for the World Cup earlier than for the European championship in a bid to arrive fresher. In order to make it into the Last 16 stage of the tournament, Russian Federation needs Uruguay to defeat Saudi Arabia on Wednesday.
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"We improved the positive aspects the team displayed against Japan".
The red card shown to Carlos Sanchez was the first of this tournament and the second quickest in World Cup history after Jose Alberto Batista for Uruguay vs Scotland in 1986 (54 seconds).
Juan Quintero's clever free-kick drew the South American side level, however, when he fired low under the jumping wall before half-time.
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