September 18, 2022 (Sun) 21:50
Fujieda defends a point and wins against Sagamihara! Matsumoto, who moved up to 2nd place with 5 straight wins, narrows the point difference to Iwaki who lost to 1[Résumé : Meiji Yasuda J3 Section 25]
In the Meiji Yasuda J3 League, 4 games were played from round 25 to round 18, and while leaders Iwaki lost, Matsumoto, who had held 3rd place until the previous round, won, closing the points gap between the two to 1.
Iwaki, who played at Imabari, failed to recover the only lost goal in the 50th minute and lost 0-1. The winning streak ended at 5, and it was the first loss in 11 games. Imabari, who won, stopped the losing streak at 2.
With Tottori at home, Matsumoto opened the scoring with Ren Komatsu’s goal in the 11th minute, followed by Lucao’s second in the 29th minute. Despite conceding a goal in the 51st minute, they managed to escape 2-1 and claim their fifth consecutive victory. Matsumoto, who moved up to 2nd place with 53 points, is one point closer to Iwaki.
Fujieda, who faced Sagamihara at home, defended Tojiro Kubo’s 11th-minute goal and won 1-0. They have won 3 games in a row and have 48 points. Hoshiki NAGANO’s 67th-minute goal gave Fukushima a 1-0 victory as they traveled to their home town of Nagano. They ended their losing streak at 2 and moved up to 9th place. In contrast, Nagano, who lost, went winless in three games.
Kagoshima vs. Kitakyushu and Miyazaki vs. Ehime, which had been scheduled, were canceled due to the typhoon. Kagoshima vs Kitakyushu will take place as an alternative tomorrow 19.
Meiji Yasuda Life J3 League Ranking
■ Match data
Matsumoto vs Tottori
Fujieda vs. Sagamihara
Imabari vs. Iwaki
Nagano versus Fukushima
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