Hiroshima qualified to win the championship for the first time in 53 tournaments since the era of predecessor Toyo Kogyo. Money collector of 5 times runner-up after J left. The prestigious team won the league championship three times under Moriyasu, but the Emperor’s Cup was far from number one in Japan.
In the 41st minute of the second half, MF Kashiwa swung his right foot to the left side of the goal to score the equalizer. The first goal was stolen in the first half and the painful time zone continued.
Also, just before the end of the second half, he stole the ball away from the opposition and MF Kawamura headed in a right cross to score the winning goal. It was a spectacular victory from behind.
In this game, Hiroshima achieved a league game double this season. After winning 3-0 at the same Yodokou on August 27, coach Skibbe said: “It was an interesting game in the J. We bounced back in the second half and were able to play our own football. In the end, it was a match worthy of a 3-0 win,” he proudly said.
Led by a German coach in his first year in office, Hiroshima has won all eight official matches since August. They are on a five-game winning streak in the league and are already in the top four of the Levain Trophy. It was the best victory and the dream of winning the triple crown was greatly expanded.
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