Jugadores del Real Madrid, en Juegos Olímpicos de Tokio 2020

Kick-off times and results for the madridistas at the Tokyo Olympic Games

NEWS | 25/07/2021

Spain's Asensio, Vallejo and Ceballos will contest the final against Brazil; Japan's Kubo will play the 3rd and 4th place match against Mexico.
Four Real Madrid players are representing their national teams at the Tokyo Olympics. Asensio, Ceballos and Vallejo (Spain) and Kubo (Japan) are involved in the football competition, which runs until 7 August.

Brazil-Spain (Saturday, 1:30pm)

Japan-Spain (0-1)
Spain-Ivory Coast (5-2)

Group stage 
Egypt-Spain (0-0)
Australia-Spain (0-1)
Spain-Argentina (1-1)

Spain will take on Brazil in the final after beating Japan in extra time thanks to an Asensio goal. The Real Madrid player came on in the 84th minute to score the winning goal for Spain. Vallejo came on at the start of the second half. Spain had earlier qualified for the semi-finals by beating Ivory Coast in extra time. Vallejo and Asensio were also involved in that win. The Spanish national side topped Group C after a 1-1 draw with Argentina in the final match. Asensio played the full match with Vallejo coming on in the 87th minute. Previously, they beat Australia at the Sapporo Dome in their second match at the Games. Asensio came on in the 68th minute and set up Oyarzábal for the winning goal. In the opener against Egypt, Asensio and Ceballos started while Vallejo played 78 minutes of the clash.
3rd and 4th place
Mexico-Japan (Friday, 1pm)

Japan-Spain (0-1)
Japan-New Zealand (0-0; 4-2 penalties)
Group stage

Japan-South Africa (1-0)
Japan-Mexico (2-1)
France-Japan (0-4)

Japan were unable to overcome Spain in the semi-finals and will play Mexico for the bronze medal. Kubo started the match. Japan beat New Zealand on penalties in the quarter-finals, with the Madrid forward being one of the standout performers in the win. Kubo finished the Group Stage with three goals in as many games having opened the scoring in the win over France which secured top spot in the group for his national team. Before that, he played the full 90 minutes against Mexico at the Saitama Stadium and scored the first goal in his team's win. In his side's opener he netted the winning goal against South Africa in Tokyo with 71 minutes on the clock.