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On 27 September 1967, the national association football teams of Japan and the Philippines faced each other in a qualification match for the 1968 Summer Olympics. The teams were in Group 1, where South Korea, Lebanon, South Vietnam and Taiwan (Republic of China) were also included. The top team in the group qualified for the Olympics. This match resulted in Japan's largest victory and the Philippines' worst defeat in an international football match. The Philippines' previous record for its worst defeat was 1–15 against Malaysia at the 1962 Asian Games. Japan also suffered its worst defeat to the Philippines with the score 2–15 on 10 May 1917, but that is not recognized as an official international match by the Japan Football Association.

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  • On 27 September 1967, the national association football teams of Japan and the Philippines faced each other in a qualification match for the 1968 Summer Olympics. The teams were in Group 1, where South Korea, Lebanon, South Vietnam and Taiwan (Republic of China) were also included. The top team in the group qualified for the Olympics. This match resulted in Japan's largest victory and the Philippines' worst defeat in an international football match. The Philippines' previous record for its worst defeat was 1–15 against Malaysia at the 1962 Asian Games. Japan also suffered its worst defeat to the Philippines with the score 2–15 on 10 May 1917, but that is not recognized as an official international match by the Japan Football Association.
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  • On 27 September 1967, the national association football teams of Japan and the Philippines faced each other in a qualification match for the 1968 Summer Olympics. The teams were in Group 1, where South Korea, Lebanon, South Vietnam and Taiwan (Republic of China) were also included. The top team in the group qualified for the Olympics. This match resulted in Japan's largest victory and the Philippines' worst defeat in an international football match. The Philippines' previous record for its worst defeat was 1–15 against Malaysia at the 1962 Asian Games. Japan also suffered its worst defeat to the Philippines with the score 2–15 on 10 May 1917, but that is not recognized as an official international match by the Japan Football Association.
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  • Ogi
  • Miyamoto
  • Watanabe
  • Kuwahara
  • Sugiyama
  • Kamamoto
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  • Atef Sinan
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