Blue Lock Episode 10 is all set to be released this week, and we’re with the latest updates of the anime.
Blue Lock’s episode 9 gave Team Z what seemed to be an unthinkable win. Team V scored three goals in the first half, and although Team Z’s confidence was down, Bachira pumped up and scored, defeating Team V’s insane duo.
Team Z improves somewhat with each game, but in this game, they leveled up the fastest while also displaying the talents Bachira has all along. Read on to learn more about this thrilling anime’s upcoming episode!
Release date of Blue Lock Episode 10
Blue Lock’s highly awaited episode 10 is expected to be broadcast on December 11, 2022. However, most international viewers will be able to see the episode on Saturday, December 10, 2022, because the release date and hour may differ based on the time zones.
The preceding episodes of this mystery thriller have received outstanding reviews, and it looks like the last one will do the same.
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What to expect from Blue Lock Episode 10?
The game against Team V will continue in the upcoming episode, and Bachira and Chigiri will remain, critical players, because they seem to be doing their best right now.
Blue Lock Episode 10 will see Team V struggle with their play as Team Z has mastered their methods. However, with the spotlight on the top three players, the odds of other Team V players receiving any attention are low. Therefore we may expect them to attempt something different.
On the other hand, Team Z has to score quickly to win and get the three critical points. Therefore, they had no choice except to win, as a tie would mean they would miss out on Blue Lock’s following selection.
Team Z will probably defeat Team V after regaining their drive and confidence following their tie with Team V. They will become the first squad to defeat Team V if they succeed.
Where can I watch Blue Lock Episode 10?
Crunchyroll will have Blue Lock episode 10 available to most of the world. A few Asian nations, including Japan, Malaysia, India, Hong Kong, Singapore, the Philippines, and Thailand, will also be able to watch the anime on Netflix.
For South and South-East Asian nations, the anime will also be accessible through Ani-One Asia Ultra, a subscription service offered by the Ani-One Asia YouTube channel.
What happened last time?
Team Z was astonished after Team V’s Nagi Seishiro scored an incredible goal in Blue Lock episode 9, “Awakening.”
When the game restarted, Team V was once more successful in launching a counterattack, which led to them scoring another goal. When Zantetsu of Team V scored the third goal from a great distance, things became worse.
Bachira was fast to restart the game and start dribbling against the rivals, while other players became disheartened due to what was happening. He outplayed every opponent to face the goalkeeper one-on-one, only for him to score on a rabona flick.
After Bachira’s goal, Team Z’s confidence was rekindled, and Rensuke quickly added a second goal with a long knuckleball. As the squad began to wake up, so did Chigiri, who was able to rush past Zantetsu in the second half and score a goal that was an exact copy of the one he scored against Team W, tying the game at three.