J1 Round 5: J League Season 35
Overview of the league Round 5: November 15
maintain their winning streak.
They have conceded only two goals so far, it’s the fewest in the league and they are in the second place of the table.
are at the summit of the J. League Division 1 just on goal differential.
On the other side,were defeated three games in a row.
The home team showed their superiority in the match, but in the additional time, Macabi equalised and the game was ended in a draw.
The visitors won by goals on 20 and 21 minutes.
Butavoided to concede more goals against R.H.F, so it could be said that they played rather well as for a promoted club.
Tombolo Battleship have good young players, maybe they should give some chance to sub players.
It would be an unsatisfied result for both teams.
Forwho ended at the second place in the last season, it was already the third time draw, and the difference from and were extended to six points.
It is a question that Mochihito Oonishi, a 18 years old defensive midfielder, played as a forward.
Whileearned only four points in five game so far, their supporters are increasing dissatisfaction.
With this winning againstwho were the third placed team in the last season, are keeping three points difference between the top.
While sending off of fishers’ Japan international side back Sanraku Minami of course would be affected the match, but O FC played really well.
Takiji Yamagishi‘s hattrick and defeat the visitors.scored 4 goals including
are still without a win in this season.
Team of the Round
Takiji Yamagishi is the highest-scoring midfielder in Japan and in this round he scored a hattrick.’s