Tokyo defeats Kyoto Sanga 2-0 on Sunday. HIGHLIGHTS

GRENADA NATIONAL STADIUM. Tokyo tops Kyoto Sanga with a 2-0 win with a goal from Leandro (28') and a goal from Adailton (78').

Tokyo defeats Kyoto Sanga 2-0 on Sunday. HIGHLIGHTS

GRENADA NATIONAL STADIUM. Tokyo conquers Kyoto Sanga with a 2-0 win with a goal from Leandro (28′) and a goal from Adailton (78′).

The match was played at the Grenada National Stadium stadium in Grenada National Stadium on Sunday and it started at 6:00 am local time. The referee was Yoshimi Yamashita with the assistance of Yusuke Hamamoto and Toshiyuki Tanaka. The 4th official was Tomohiro Inoue.

Match Statistics​

  • 51 Ball Possession 49
Shots
  • 14 Total 7
  • 4 On Target 1
  • 10 Off Target 6
  • 6 Shots blocked 2
  • 82 Attack 102
  • 27 Dangerous attack 27
  • 89 Ball safe​ 73
  • 0 Penalties 0
  • 4 Corners 4
  • 1 Off Sides 1
Fouls
  • 14 Total 16
  • 2 Yellow Cards 1
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 5 Substitutions 5

Ball possession

None of the teams was particularly dominant in terms of ball possession. Tokyo was in possession of the ball for 51% of the time vs. Kyoto Sanga that controlled the ball for 49% of the time.

Attitude and shots

Tokyo was more pushing with 27 dangerous attacks and 14 shots of which 4 were on target. This is one of the reasons why Tokyo won the match​.

Tokyo shot 14 times, 4 on target, 10 off target. On the opposite side, Kyoto Sanga shot 7 times, 1 on target, 6 off target.

Cards

Tokyo received 2 yellow cards (R. Watanabe and M. Morishige). Regarding the opposition, Kyoto Sanga received 1 yellow card (K. Shirai).

Match Timeline

Leandro(goal)K. Bangunagande
28'
46'
Y. Kimura- sub ->P. Utaka
49'
S. Fukuoka- sub ->K. Taketomi
57'
Paulinho Boia- sub ->T. Matsuda
60'
K. Shirai- Yellow
67'
D. Kaneko- sub ->S. Takeda
68'
A. Carius- sub ->Y. Toyokawa
L. Phellype- sub ->Diego
69'
Adailton- sub ->Leandro
69'
H. Mita- sub ->K. Tsukagawa
75'
H. Nakamura- sub ->K. Bangunagande
76'
Adailton(goal)
78'
R. Watanabe- Yellow
81'
K. Yamashita- sub ->R. Watanabe
90'
M. Morishige- Yellow
90'

Standings

After playing this match, Tokyo will have 43 points to sit in the 7th place. On the other side, Kyoto Sanga will stay with 30 points to hold in the 16th place.

Next matches

In the next match in the J-League, Tokyo will host Kawasaki Frontale on the 5th of November with a 16-8 head to head record in favor of Kawasaki Frontale (7 draws).

Kyoto Sanga will play away agasint Júbilo Iwata on the 5th of November with a 4-2 head to head stats in favor of Júbilo Iwata (1 draw).

Tokyo – Formation

Tokyo
G
J. Slowik 24.Poland
7.3
D
M. Morishige 3.Japan
7.0
90'
D
Y. Nagatomo 5.Japan
7.1
D
Y. Kimoto 30.Japan
7.6
D
K. Bangunagande 49.Japan
7.3
76'
M
K. Higashi 10.Japan
6.9
M
K. Tsukagawa 35.Japan
6.4
75'
M
K. Matsuki 44.Japan
7.3
F
W. Oliveira Moura 20.Brazil
7.1
69' Goals28'
F
R. Watanabe 23.Japan
6.8
90' 81'
F
D. Queiroz de 9.Brazil
7.1
69'
Substitutes
G
G. Hatano 13.Japan
D
H. Nakamura 37.Japan
6.4
76'
D
S. Kimura 47.Japan
M
H. Mita 7.Japan
6.8
75'
M
A. dos 15.Brazil
6.9
69' Goals78'
F
L. Luciano 22.Brazil
6.2
69'
F
K. Yamashita 19.Japan
90'

Tokyo adopted the aggressive line-up (4-3-3).

The manager Albert Puig Ortoneda decided to play with the following team: Jakub Słowik (7.3), Yuto Nagatomo (7.1), Yasuki Kimoto (7.6), Masato Morishige (7.0), Kashifu Bangunagande (7.3), Koki Tsukagawa (6.4), Keigo Higashi (6.9), Kuryu Matsuki (7.3), Ryoma Watanabe (6.8), Diego Oliveira (7.1) and Leandro (7.1).

The home team had on the bench: Hotaka Nakamura (6.4), Go Hatano, Luiz Phellype (6.2), Seiji Kimura, Hirotaka Mita (6.8), Adailton (6.9) and Keita Yamashita.

Substitutions

Tokyo made 5 changes: Diego for L. Phellype (69′), Leandro for Adailton (69′), K. Tsukagawa for H. Mita (75′), K. Bangunagande for H. Nakamura (76′) and R. Watanabe for K. Yamashita (90′).

Best player: Yasuki Kimoto​

The player that probably impressed the most for Tokyo was Yasuki Kimoto even if he didn’t score any goal.

His rating is (7.6) with 39 passes (87% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 2 duels out of 3.

Kyoto Sanga – Formation

Kyoto Sanga
G
N. Kamifukumoto 21.Japan
6.4
D
K. Shirai 14.Japan
7.0
60'
D
S. Asada 3.Japan
6.8
D
R. Inoue 31.Japan
7.4
D
K. Sato 44.Japan
6.1
M
K. Taketomi 7.Japan
6.8
49'
M
S. Takeda 16.Japan
7.3
67'
M
S. Kawasaki 24.Japan
7.1
F
T. Matsuda 18.Japan
6.4
57'
F
P. Utaka 9.Nigeria
6.3
46'
F
Y. Toyokawa 23.Japan
6.9
68'
Substitutes
G
T. Wakahara 1.Japan
D
Y. Honda 6.Japan
M
A. Lima 41.Brazil
7.0
68'
M
P. Pereira 47.Brazil
6.5
57'
M
D. Kaneko 19.Japan
6.6
67'
M
S. Fukuoka 10.Japan
6.4
49'
F
Y. Kimura 40.Japan
6.5
46'

Also Kyoto Sanga adopted the aggressive line-up (4-3-3).

Kwi-Jea Cho played with: Naoto Kamifukumoto (6.4), Kosuke Shirai (7.0), Rikito Inoue (7.4), Shogo Asada (6.8), Kyo Sato (6.1), Kosuke Taketomi (6.8), Sota Kawasaki (7.1), Shohei Takeda (7.3), Yuta Toyokawa (6.9), Peter Utaka (6.3) and Temma Matsuda (6.4).

They had on the bench: Alan Cariús (7.0), Tomoya Wakahara, Yudai Kimura (6.5), Yuki Honda, Paulinho Bóia (6.5), Daiki Kaneko (6.6) and Shimpei Fukuoka (6.4).

Kyoto Sanga could not rely on the presence of S. Fukuoka (injured) and D. Kaneko (injured).

Substitutions

Kyoto Sanga made 5 changes: P. Utaka for Y. Kimura (46′), K. Taketomi for S. Fukuoka (49′), T. Matsuda for Paulinho Boia (57′), S. Takeda for D. Kaneko (67′) and Y. Toyokawa for A. Carius (68′).

Best player: Rikito Inoue​

Following our analysis, the most impressive player for Kyoto Sanga was Rikito Inoue.

His rating is (7.4) with 43 passes (79% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 5 duels out of 6.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the J-League.​