Matchday 19 2018 Season Review – Tokyo Verdy 3-1 Kyoto Sanga


Matchday 19 2018 Season Review – Tokyo Verdy 3-1 Kyoto Sanga

Verdy got their second win in a row when they beat Kyoto Sanga 3-1 at home, it’s another good result for the boys in Green, to the game itself, it started off with Kyoto Sanga taking the lead very inside the first 25 minutes when a short cross into the box from Sergio Escudero found the head of Renzo Lopez headed the ball past Naoto Kamifukumoto in the Verdy goal to make it 1-0 to Kyoto, but Verdy almost got back into the game after Kota Watanabe got into the box and the ball was blocked and it came back to Kanya Fujimoto and he shot from the right hand side of the box and Keisuke Shimizu in the Kyoto Goal saved the ball and it was cleared away, but Verdy got on level terms when a cross from the right hand side from Naoya Tamura found the head of Ryohei Hayashi and he headed into the back of the net past a helpless Shimizu in the goal to make it 1-1, into the second half and it was Fujimoto who pressured a Kyoto DF and Fujimoto got the ball off him and he passed it too Watanabe who crossed into into the box and found Yuhei Sato alone and his diving header went into the back of the net to make it 2-1 to Verdy, then Verdy made it 3-1 after a free kick from Kajikawa, the ball came into the box and the ball found the head of R Hayashi and it somehow went past the keeper to make it 3-1, the full time whistle went, a big win for Verdy.

Ajinomoto Stadium, Attendance – 4,463

Tokyo Verdy Team – Kamifukumoto, N Tamura, Ibayashi, Hatanaka, Narawa, Uchida, K Watanabe, Kajikawa, Fujimoto, Sato, R Hayashi

Tokyo Verdy Subs –Shibasaki, S Hayashi, Taira, Lee, Inoue, Mori, Pinheiro

Kyoto Sanga Team – Shimizu, Honda, Muta, Shimohata, Ishibitsu, Shigehiro, Escudero, Sento, Fukuoka, Lopez, Iwasaki

Kyoto Sanga Subs – Wakahara, Iwase, Miyagi, Mochizuki, Koyamatsu, R Tamura, Ono

Match Highlights – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bW_cEpzOX9Y

Match Statistics and Info
2’ – Yellow Card –Verdy – Naoya Tamura
21’ GOAL – Kyoto – Number 9 – Renzo Lopez
36’ GOAL – Verdy – Number 11 – Ryohei Hayashi
52’ – Sub – Verdy – Naoya Tamura Off, Tomohiro Taira On
53’ GOAL – Verdy – Number 16 – Yuhei Sato
60’ – Yellow Card – Kyoto – Takuya Shigehiro
61’ – Sub – Kyoto – Takuya Shigehiro Off, Tomoya Koyamatsu On
71’ – Sub – Verdy – Yuhei Sato Off, Yong Jick Lee On
75’ GOAL – Verdy – Number 11 – Ryohei Hayashi
80’ – Yellow Card – Kyoto – Renzo Lopez
83’ – Sub – Verdy – Ryota Kajikawa Off, Shion Inoue On

Shots – Tokyo Verdy 15 – Kyoto 8
FK – Tokyo Verdy 9 – Kyoto 15
CK – Tokyo Verdy 3 – Kyoto 4
PK – Tokyo Verdy 0 – Kyoto 0
Cards – Tokyo Verdy 1/0 – Kyoto 2/0

Matchday 19 Results –

Saturday, 16th June
Mito Hollyhock 1-2 Omiya Ardija
JEF United Chiba 2-1 Ehime FC
Tokyo Verdy 3-1 Kyoto Sanga
Ventforet Kofu 1-2 Montedio Yamagata
Matsumoto Yamaga 1-4 Oita Trinita
Avispa Fukuoka 0-2 Albirex Niigata
Zweigen Kanazawa 2-0 Tochigi SC
Tokushima Vortis 1-2 Renofa Yamaguchi
Roasso Kumamoto 1-1 Kamatamare Sanuki

Sunday, 17th June
FC Gifu 0-1 Machida Zelvia
Fagiano Okayama 0-0 Yokohama FC

Rearranged From MD17
Wednesday, 20th June
Albirex Niigata 1-5 Ventforet Kofu

Next Game for Tokyo Verdy – Saturday, 23rd June – Home v Tochigi SC, 6pm

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Matchday 19 2018 Season Preview – Tokyo Verdy v Kyoto Sanga


Matchday 19 2018 Season Preview – Tokyo Verdy v Kyoto Sanga

Verdy’s 20th game of the 2018 season is at Home to Kyoto Sanga at Ajinomoto Stadium. It’s another double header at home with this Saturday, its Kyoto Sanga up first at Ajinomoto Stadium, after having a bit of a bad patch in May – now the month of June has been a lot better by getting back to winning ways after the cup win over Toyama and then the win over Niigata and the 2 draws against Ehime and Yokohama has pulled Verdy up the table, Kyoto have not had a great start to their 2018 season with them currently sitting in the bottom 3 of the league with only 4 wins from their 18 league games, now onto the head to head between the 2 clubs – it’s 1 win each between Verdy and Kyoto, Verdy did win the 2017 Season Away game with a 1-0 win with Alan Pinheiro the goal scorer to get those 3 points, let’s hope Verdy can continue their decent run and get something from this game. LET’S FIGHT TOWARDS VICTORY.

Last Game –
Tokyo Verdy’s XI
v Niigata (Sat 10th June)

Kamifukumoto

Tamura-Ibayashi-Hatanaka-Narawa

Uchida-Watanabe-Kajikawa

Fujimoto-Sato-Vieira

Bench – Shibasaki, S Hayashi, Taira, Lee, Hashimoto, R Hayashi, Mori

Subs – Douglas Vieira Off, Ryohei Hayashi On (17’) – Yuhei Sato Off, Yong Jick Lee On (70’) – Kota Watanabe Off, Hideo Hashimoto On (85’)

Last 5 Results – Tokyo Verdy and Kyoto Sanga (League/Cup – This Season)

Tokyo Verdy – L D D W W
Kyoto Sanga – W L W L L

Look At Our Opponents –
Let’s have a look at Kyoto Sanga’s last league game at Home to Matsumoto Yamaga at Nishikyogoku Stadium.

GK – Wakahara
DF – Tanaka (Off, 48’)
DF – Honda
DF – Someya (On, 70’)
DF – Masukawa
DF – Ishibitsu
MF – Sento
MF – Koyamatsu
MF – Fukuoka (Off, 84’)
FW – Escudero
FW – Iwasaki

Subs
GK – Shimizu
DF – Muta (On, 70’)
DF – Iwase
MF – Mochizuki
MF – Shigehiro
FW – Ono (On, 48’)
FW – Renzo Lopez (On, 84’)

Data – For Kyoto v Yamaga
Shots – 5
Free Kicks – 7
Corner Kicks – 3
Penalties – 0
Cards – 0 Yellow/0 Red

Top Goal scorer – Renzo Lopez – 4 Goals (16 Games Played)

Here are the Matchday 19 Fixtures of the 2018 Season –

Saturday, 16th June
Mito Hollyhock v Omiya Ardija
JEF United Chiba v Ehime FC
Tokyo Verdy v Kyoto Sanga
Ventforet Kofu v Montedio Yamagata
Matsumoto Yamaga v Oita Trinita
Avispa Fukuoka v Albirex Niigata
Zweigen Kanazawa v Tochigi SC
Tokushima Vortis v Renofa Yamaguchi
Roasso Kumamoto v Kamatamare Sanuki

Sunday, 17th June
FC Gifu v Machida Zelvia
Fagiano Okayama v Yokohama FC

Come on Verdy!

Matchday 18 2018 Season Review – Albirex Niigata 1-2 Tokyo Verdy


Matchday 18 2018 Season Review – Albirex Niigata 1-2 Tokyo Verdy

Verdy got themselves back to winning ways in the league with a 2-1 away win against Albirex Niigata, it was a big 3 points for Verdy after getting back to winning ways in the Emperors Cup game, let’s have a look at the game itself, it was Sachiro Toshima who was sprinting down the right wing, he passed it to ex Verdy player Yoshiaki Takagi and he passed it into the box for Masaru Kato to put away into the back of the net to make it 1-0 to Niigata, then it was a good chance for Niigata when a ball was chipped over the Verdy defence and then Arata Watanabe got the ball and he got a shot off after a struggle with a Verdy DF but Naoto Kamifukumoto was in the right place at the right time to save it, now into the second half, it was Verdy who equalised when some lovely play between 3 Verdy players came up with a goal for Verdy to equalise – Kota Watanabe who started the passing play, he put the ball into the back of the net to make it 1-1 but Verdy took the lead for the first time in the match when a long ball up field found the Niigata defence ball watching and Ryohei Hayashi ran past the Niigata and he was onside and he got the ball when the Niigata defence were catching up to him and R Hayashi put the ball past Alex Muralha in the Niigata goal to make it 2-1 to Verdy, there was a late chance for Niigata but Kamifukumoto got the all important save.

Denka Big Swan Stadium, Attendance – 14, 653

Tokyo Verdy Team – Kamifukumoto, Tamura, Ibayashi, Hatanaka, Narawa, Uchida, K Watanabe, Kajikawa, Fujimoto, Sato, Vieira

Tokyo Verdy Subs –Shibasaki, S Hayashi, Taira, Lee, Hashimoto, R Hayashi, Mori

Albirex Niigata Team – Muralha, Hara, Tomisawa, Song, Yasuda, Isomura, Kato, Toshima, Y Takagi, Thalles, A Watanabe

Albirex Niigata Subs – Otani, Hirose, Watanabe, Yanagi, Ogawa, Tanaka, Kawata

Match Highlights – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTc-CDdN1SI

Match Statistics and Info
17’ – Sub – Verdy – Douglas Vieira Off, Ryohei Hayashi On
23’ GOAL – Niigata – Number 10 – Masaru Kato
32’ – Yellow Card – Verdy – Yuta Narawa
40’ – Yellow Card – Verdy – Naoya Tamura
53’ GOAL – Verdy – Number 33 – Kota Watanabe
63’ GOAL – Verdy – Number 11 – Ryohei Hayashi
68’ – Sub – Niigata – Thalles Off, Atsushi Kawata On
70’ – Sub – Niigata – Ryota Isomura Off, Yoshizumi Ogawa On
70’ – Sub – Verdy – Yuhei Sato Off, Yong Jick Lee On
73’ – Yellow Card – Niigata – Yoshiaki Takagi
76’ – Sub – Niigata – Yoshiaki Takagi Off, Tatsuya Tanaka On
85’ – Sub – Verdy – Kota Watanabe Off, Hideo Hashimoto On

Shots – Niigata 11 – Tokyo Verdy 5
FK – Niigata 11 – Tokyo Verdy 12
CK – Niigata 3 – Tokyo Verdy 5
PK – Niigata 0 – Tokyo Verdy 0
Cards – Niigata 1/0 – Tokyo Verdy 2/0

Matchday 18 Results –

Saturday, 9th June
Kyoto Sanga 0-1 Matsumoto Yamaga
Renofa Yamaguchi 1-0 Fagiano Okayama

Sunday, 10th June
Montedio Yamagata 2-1 JEF United Chiba
Tochigi SC 1-2 Mito Hollyhock
Albirex Niigata 1-2 Tokyo Verdy
Kamatamare Sanuki 0-1 FC Gifu
Roasso Kumamoto 0-1 Avispa Fukuoka
Omiya Ardija 4-0 Yokohama FC
Tokushima Vortis 1-2 Machida Zelvia
Ehime FC 1-0 Oita Trinita

Next Game for Tokyo Verdy – Saturday, 16th June – Home v Kyoto Sanga, 6pm

Matchday 18 2018 Season Preview – Albirex Niigata v Tokyo Verdy


Matchday 18 2018 Season Preview – Albirex Niigata v Tokyo Verdy

Verdy’s 19th game of the 2018 season is Away to Albirex Niigata at Denka Big Swan Stadium. It’s back into the league for Verdy after the cup win against Kataller Toyama, this time it’s the second game of a double away games when Verdy visit the home of Albirex Niigata, Albirex Niigata’s last game was in the Emperors Cup against Kochi United when a much changed Niigata side went all the way to penalties and went through to the Third Round where they’ll play FC Tokyo Away at Ajinomoto Stadium, also I’ve put the team from the last league game when they played FC Gifu and lost 2-1, a different Verdy side won their second round game in injury time when they beat Kataller Toyama 3-2 after a late Yong Jick Lee goal sealed progression into the next round where they’ll face Kwansei Gakuin University away after Kwansei beat Gamba Osaka in Extra Time, the head to head between the 2 sides looks like this – it’s a short head to head between Verdy and Niigata – they’ve played 7 games against each other and Verdy have won 4 games and drawn 3 games over all, the last time they actually played each other was in the 2008 Season where the away game was drawn 0-0m, Verdy currently sit in 15th place while Niigata are only a point ahead in 13th place, let’s hope after the cup win that Verdy can get something from this game and climb up the table more. LET’S FIGHT TOWARDS VICTORY.

Last Game –
Tokyo Verdy’s XI
v Toyama (Wed 6th June)

Shibasaki

Wakasa-Taira-Nagata

Sawai-S Hayashi-Lee-Hashimoto

R Hayashi-Martinez-Takai

Bench – Takeda, Hatanaka, Sugajima, Morita, Kajikawa, Mori, Vieira

Subs – Naoto Sawai Off, Shunsuke Mori On (58’) – Kazuma Takai Off, Hiroki Sugajima On (58’) – Carlos Martinez Off, Ryota Kajikawa On (76’)

Last 5 Results – Tokyo Verdy and Albirex Niigata (League/Cup – This Season)

Tokyo Verdy – L L D D W
Albirex Niigata – W L D L W

Look At Our Opponents –
Let’s have a look at Albirex Niigata’s cup game at Home to Kochi United in the Emperors Cup 2nd Round at Denka Big Swan Stadium. In normal time it was a 0-0 draw, in extra time it was still goalless, so it went into a penalty shootout with Niigata coming out on top by 5 penalties to 3.

GK – Otani
DF – Hirose
DF – Kawaguchi
DF – Watanabe (Off, 106’)
DF – Obu
MF – Watanabe (Off, 91’)
MF – Yanagi
MF – Toshima
MF – Sakai
FW – Thalles (Off, 80’)
FW – Bruno Meneghel (Off, 27’)

Subs
GK – Taguchi
DF – Hasegawa (On, 106’)
DF – Okamoto
DF – Song
MF – Kato (On, 80’)
MF – Hara (On, 91’)
FW – Kawata (On, 27’)

Data – For Niigata v Kochi
Shots – 18
Free Kicks – 18
Corner Kicks – 16
Penalties – 0 (In Normal Time)
Cards – 1 Yellow/0 Red

Top Goal scorer – Arata Watanabe – 5 Goals (From 14 Games)

Last League Game – v FC Gifu – Lost 1-2 – Niigata went down by 2 goals to 1 against FC Gifu away – it started off so well for Niigata when Arata Watanabe scored very early on in the game in the 10th minute but Gifu got back on level terms on the 33rd minute when Koya Kazama got the first goal but into the second half, with about a hour gone Gifu took the lead when Kyogo Furuhashi put the ball into the back of the net for Gifu’s second goal and it finished 2-1 to Gifu.

GK – Otani
DF – Hara
DF – Tomisaw
DF – Hirose
DF – Yasuda
MF – Isomura (Off, 79’)
MF – Kato
MF – Toshima
MF – Y Takagi (Off, 67’)
FW – Yano (Off, 57’)
FW – Watanabe

Subs
GK – Otani
DF – Watanabe
DF – Song
MF – Yanagi
FW – Thalles (On, 67’)
FW – Tanaka (On, 79’)
FW – Kawata (On, 57’)

Data – For Niigata v Gifu
Shots – 13
Free Kicks – 12
Corner Kicks – 6
Penalties – 0
Cards – 1 Yellow/0 Red

Here are the Matchday 18 Fixtures of the 2018 Season –

Saturday, 9th June
Kyoto Sanga v Matsumoto Yamaga
Renofa Yamaguchi v Fagiano Okayama

Sunday, 10th June
Montedio Yamagata v JEF United Chiba
Tochigi SC v Mito Hollyhock
Albirex Niigata v Tokyo Verdy
Kamatamare Sanuki v FC Gifu
Roasso Kumamoto v Avispa Fukuoka
Omiya Ardija v Yokohama FC
Tokushima Vortis v Machida Zelvia
Ehime FC v Oita Trinita

Wednesday, 4th July
Ventforet Kofu v Zweigen Kanazawa

Come on Verdy!

Emperors Cup 2nd Round 2018 Season Review – Tokyo Verdy 3-2 Kataller Toyama


Emperors Cup 2nd Round 2018 Season Review – Tokyo Verdy 3-2 Kataller Toyama

Verdy sealed their spot in the 3rd Round of the Emperors Cup with a 3-2 win over J3 Side Kataller Toyama but Verdy left it late to win the game by 3 goals to 2, it started off so well for Verdy when the first 2 goals of the game came in the first 20 minutes, thanks to Ryohei Hayashi on the 16th minute and it got better for Verdy when Yong Jick Lee scored on the 20th minute but Toyama got themselves onto the score sheet when on the 36th minute Mizuki Arai scored Toyama’s first goal and then Toyama equalised in injury time (+2’) when Junya Imase and it was 2-2 at half time, but it was 4 minutes into injury time when Yong Jick Leescored his second goal of the game and the most important goal, the final score was Tokyo Verdy 3-2 Kataller Toyama. Tokyo Verdy will play Kwansei Gakuin University Away in the Third Round after Kwansei Gakuin beat Gamba Osaka in extra time by 2 goals to 1.

Ajinomoto Field Nishigaoka Stadium, Attendance – 790

Tokyo Verdy Team – Kamifukumoto, Wakasa, Taira, Nagata, Sawai, S Hayashi, Lee, Hashimoto, R Hayasahi, Martinez, Takai

Tokyo Verdy Subs –Takeda, Hatanaka, Sugajima, Morita, Kajikawa, Mori, Vieira

Kataller Toyama Team – Nagai, Imase, Yagishita, Tanioku, Sashinami, Sasaki, Arai, Inaba, Shindo, Maejima, Kokeguchi

Kataller Toyama Subs – Hattori, Kusumoto, Edoojon Kawakami, Shiina, Saito, Nishi, Endo

Match Highlights –

Match Statistics and Info
8’ – Yellow Card – Verdy – Tomohiro Taira
16’ GOAL – Verdy – Number 11 – Ryohei Hayashi
20’ GOAL – Verdy – Number 17 – Yong Jick Lee
36’ GOAL – Toyama – Number 10 – Mizuki Arai
45’ +2’ – GOAL – Toyama – Number 5 – Junya Imase
56’ – Sub – Toyama – Yota Maejima Off, Chie Edoojon Kawakami On
58’ – Sub – Verdy – Naoto Sawai Off, Shunsuke Mori On
58’ – Sub – Verdy – Kazuma Takai Off, Hiroki Sugajima On
60’ – Sub – Toyama – Yuto Sashinami Off, Nobuyuki Shiina On
64’ – Sub – Toyama – Takuya Kokeguchi Off, Ryuji Saito On
69’ – Yellow Card – Verdy – Yong Jick Lee
76’ – Sub – Verdy – Carlos Martinez Off, Ryota Kajikawa On
86’ – Yellow Card – Toyama – Chie Edoojon Kawakami
90’ +2’ – Yellow Card – Toyama – Seiji Shindo
90’ +4’ GOAL – Verdy – Number 17 – Yong Jick Lee

Shots – Tokyo Verdy 3 – Toyama 12
FK – Tokyo Verdy 13 – Toyama 11
CK – Tokyo Verdy 5 – Toyama 4
PK – Tokyo Verdy 0 – Toyama 0
Cards – Tokyo Verdy 2/0 – Toyama 2/0

Emperors Cup 2nd Round Results –
Wednesday, 6th June

25 Kawasaki Frontale 3-2 Sony Sendai FC
26 Mito Hollyhock 2-0 Ehime FC
27 Shonan Bellmare 1-0 Hokkaido Uni Of Education Iwamizawa Campus
28 V-Varen Nagasaki 2-1 Matsue City FC [AET]
29 Sagan Tosu 7-0 Tadotsu FC
30 Tokushima Vortis 1-0 Tochigi SC
31 Vissel Kobe 3-0 Fukuoka University
32 JEF United Chiba 2-2 Rein Meer Aomori – [AET, Chiba won 5-4 on pens]
33 Kashiwa Reysol 6-0 VONDS Ichihara FC
34 Montedio Yamagata 2-2 FC Gifu – [AET, Yamagata won 4-2 on pens]
35 FC Tokyo 4-2 Ryutsu Keizai Uni Dragons Ryugasaki
36 Albirex Niigata 0-0 Kochi United SC – [AET, Albirex won 5-3 on pens]
37 Yokohama F Marinos 4-3 FC Osaka
38 Yokohama FC 2-0 Kamatamare Sanuki
39 Vegalta Sendai 4-0 Thespa Kusatsu Gunma
40 Omiya Ardija 1-0 AC Nagano Parceiro
41 Kashima Antlers 6-1 Honda FC
42 Fagiano Okayama 0-1 FC Machida Zelvia [AET]
43 Sanfrecce Hiroshima 2-0 Gainare Tottori
44 Nagoya Grampus 1-1 Nara Club – [AET, Nara Club won 5-4 on pens]
45 Urawa Red Diamonds 3-0 YSCC Yokohama
46 Matsumoto Yamaga 1-1 Roasso Kumamoto – [AET, Yamaga won 5-4 on pens]
47 Gamba Osaka 1-2 Kwansei Gakuin University [AET]
48 Tokyo Verdy 3-2 Kataller Toyama
49 Cerezo Osaka 1-0 Tegevajaro Miyazaki
50 Kyoto Sanga 1-3 Zweigen Kanazawa [AET]
51 Shimizu S-Pulse 1-0 FC Imabari
52 Ventforet Kofu 3-1 Ryutsu Keizai University (Seeded Amateur Team)
53 Jubilo Iwata 3-2 Chukyo University [AET]
54 Oita Trinita 1-2 Renofa Yamaguchi
55 Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo 2-1 Mio Biwako Shiga
56 Avispa Fukuoka 1-0 Kagoshima United

Next Game for Tokyo Verdy – Saturday, 10th June – Away v Albirex Niigata, 2pm

Emperors Cup 2nd Round Results #Tennouhai


Emperors Cup 2nd Round
Wednesday, 6th June

25 Kawasaki Frontale 3-2 Sony Sendai FC
26 Mito Hollyhock 2-0 Ehime FC
27 Shonan Bellmare 1-0 Hokkaido Uni Of Education Iwamizawa Campus
28 V-Varen Nagasaki 2-1 Matsue City FC [AET]
29 Sagan Tosu 7-0 Tadotsu FC
30 Tokushima Vortis 1-0 Tochigi SC
31 Vissel Kobe 3-0 Fukuoka University
32 JEF United Chiba 2-2 Rein Meer Aomori – [AET, Chiba won 5-4 on pens]
33 Kashiwa Reysol 6-0 VONDS Ichihara FC
34 Montedio Yamagata 2-2 FC Gifu – [AET, Yamagata won 4-2 on pens]
35 FC Tokyo 4-2 Ryutsu Keizai Uni Dragons Ryugasaki
36 Albirex Niigata 0-0 Kochi United SC – [AET, Albirex won 5-3 on pens]
37 Yokohama F Marinos 4-3 FC Osaka
38 Yokohama FC 2-0 Kamatamare Sanuki
39 Vegalta Sendai 4-0 Thespa Kusatsu Gunma
40 Omiya Ardija 1-0 AC Nagano Parceiro
41 Kashima Antlers 6-1 Honda FC
42 Fagiano Okayama 0-1 FC Machida Zelvia [AET]
43 Sanfrecce Hiroshima 2-0 Gainare Tottori
44 Nagoya Grampus 1-1 Nara Club – [AET, Nara Club won 5-4 on pens]
45 Urawa Red Diamonds 3-0 YSCC Yokohama
46 Matsumoto Yamaga 1-1 Roasso Kumamoto – [AET, Yamaga won 5-4 on pens]
47 Gamba Osaka 1-2 Kwansei Gakuin University [AET]
48 Tokyo Verdy 3-2 Kataller Toyama
49 Cerezo Osaka 1-0 Tegevajaro Miyazaki
50 Kyoto Sanga 1-3 Zweigen Kanazawa [AET]
51 Shimizu S-Pulse 1-0 FC Imabari
52 Ventforet Kofu 3-1 Ryutsu Keizai University (Seeded Amateur Team)
53 Jubilo Iwata 3-2 Chukyo University [AET]
54 Oita Trinita 1-2 Renofa Yamaguchi
55 Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo 2-1 Mio Biwako Shiga
56 Avispa Fukuoka 1-0 Kagoshima United

Emperor’s Cup 2nd Round 2018 Season Preview – Tokyo Verdy v Kataller Toyama


Emperor’s Cup 2nd Round 2018 Season Preview – Tokyo Verdy v Kataller Toyama

Verdy’s 18th game of the 2018 season is at Home to Kataller Toyama at Ajinomoto Field Nishigaoka Stadium. Cup Fever has taken over the season now with Verdy playing at home to J3 Side Kataller Toyama, Toyama’s history started off as 2 different clubs at one time but then merged in 2008 and they started off in the JFL from 2008 and then got a membership at the start of the 2008 season and then after their first season they went up to J2 for 6 season but then they got relegated to the newly formed J3 league in 2015 where they currently are – they are sitting in 14th place after 12 games (J3 starts a little later than J2) but who knows what will happen as it’s a cup game, Verdy and Toyama have played a few games against each other in J2 – the last time was in the 2014 J2 Season where Toyama and Verdy won 1 game each – Verdy won 3-0 in the away game and Toyama won 1-0 in their away game, hopefully Verdy can get through to the next round. LET’S FIGHT TOWARDS VICTORY.

Last Game –
Tokyo Verdy’s XI
v Yokohama (Sun 3rd June)

Kamifukumoto

Tamura-Ibayashi-Hatanaka-Narawa

Uchida-Watanabe-Kajikawa

Fujimoto-Sato-Vieira

Bench – Shibasaki, Wasaka, Taira, Sawai, Lee, Hashimoto, R Hayashi

Subs – Douglas Vieira Off, Ryohei Hayashi On (69’) – Kota Watanabe Off, Hideo Hashimoto On (74’) – Yuhei Sato Off, Yong Jick Lee On (82’)

Last 5 Results – Tokyo Verdy and Kataller Toyama (League/Cup – This Season)

Tokyo Verdy – L L L D D
Kataller Toyama – L L W W W

Look At Our Opponents –
Let’s have a look at Kataller Toyama’s cup game at Home to Ococias Kyoto AC at Takaoka Stadium. The only goal of the game came very early on in the game when on the 22nd minute Kyohei Yumisaki scored and Toyama held onto that lead for the rest of the game and went through to play Tokyo Verdy in the Second Round.

GK – Ota
DF – Dai
DF – Yagishita
DF – Tanioku
MF – Sashinami (Off, 88’)
MF – Sasaki
MF – Yumisaki
MF – Shindo
MF – Shiina
FW – Endo (Off, 57’)
FW – Kokeguchi (Off, 72’)

Subs
GK – Nagai
MF – Arai
MF – Inaba (On, 57’)
MF – Maejima (On, 88’)
FW – Saito (On, 72’)

Data – For Toyama v Kyoto AC
Shots – 6
Free Kicks – 14
Corner Kicks – 2
Penalties – 0
Cards – 2 Yellow/0 Red

Top Goal scorer – Ryuji Saito (At The Moment) – 3 Goals (From 10 Games)

Toyama’s Last Game v Kitakyshu – Won 3-0 (HT 1-0) – Sashinami (26’), Arai (74’) and Sasaki (87’)

3 Players of the Emperor’s Cup Squad v Kyoto AC played in this game

Here are the Emperor’s Cup 2nd Round Fixtures of the 2018 Season –

Wednesday, 6th June
25 Kawasaki Frontale v Sony Sendai FC
26 Mito Hollyhock v Ehime FC
27 Shonan Bellmare v Hokkaido Uni Of Education Iwamizawa Campus
28 V-Varen Nagasaki v Matsue City FC
29 Sagan Tosu v Tadotsu FC
30 Tokushima Vortis v Tochigi SC
31 Vissel Kobe v Fukuoka University
32 JEF United Chiba v Rein Meer Aomori
33 Kashiwa Reysol v VONDS Ichihara FC
34 Montedio Yamagata v FC Gifu
35 FC Tokyo v Ryutsu Keizai Uni Dragons Ryugasaki
36 Albirex Niigata v Kochi United SC
37 Yokohama F Marinos v FC Osaka
38 Yokohama FC v Kamatamare Sanuki
39 Vegalta Sendai v Thespa Kusatsu Gunma
40 Omiya Ardija v AC Nagano Parceiro
41 Kashima Antlers v Honda FC
42 Fagiano Okayama v FC Machida Zelvia
43 Sanfrecce Hiroshima v Gainare Tottori
44 Nagoya Grampus v Nara Club
45 Urawa Red Diamonds v YSCC Yokohama
46 Matsumoto Yamaga v Roasso Kumamoto
47 Gamba Osaka v Kwansei Gakuin University
48 Tokyo Verdy v Kataller Toyama
49 Cerezo Osaka v Tegevajaro Miyazaki
50 Kyoto Sanga v Zweigen Kanazawa
51 Shimizu S-Pulse v FC Imabari
52 Ventforet Kofu v Ryutsu Keizai University (Seeded Amateur Team)
53 Jubilo Iwata v Chukyo University
54 Oita Trinita v Renofa Yamaguchi
55 Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo v Mio Biwako Shiga
56 Avispa Fukuoka v Kagoshima United

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