Matchday 17 2017 Review – Matsumoto Yamaga 1-1 Tokyo Verdy


Matchday 17 2017 Review – Matsumoto Yamaga 1-1 Tokyo Verdy

Verdy settled for a draw away to Matsumoto Yamaga after a goal for Verdy with under 10 mins to go, it was Yamaga who took the lead near the start of the second half, let’s have a look at the game though, the first chance fell to Yamaga when Takasaki was played in but Shibasaki saved it near the post – another chance for Yamaga later on, after the ball was bouncing around in the box, the ball found Miyasaka putting a ball into the box from the left but the ball passed everyone so it went out for a Verdy GK, Ibayashi had a decent chance for Verdy in the first half after Ibayashi put the ball over the bar, into the second half and it was a good chance for Yamaga’s Number 5 Yudai Iwama who took a shot from just outside the box on the right and it stung the fingers of Shibasaki in the Verdy goal for a Yamaga corner but from that corner came the Yamaga goal, the corner was taken and Yu Yasukawa got his head onto the ball and it seemed to go past Shibasaki at his front post, but 36 minutes later it was Verdy with the equaliser after a cross into the Yamaga box by Ibayashi (maybe) and the Yamaga DF failed to deal with the ball and the ball fell to Kazuki Anzai who put the ball into the back of the net to make it 1-1. The game finished 1-1 and I think a dreaw was a deserved result after Yamaga took the lead early on in the second half and Verdy got back into the game, at least a draw is better than a loss.

Matsumotodaira Park Stadium, Attendance –12,527

Tokyo Verdy Team – Shibasaki, Ibayashi, Hatanaka, Taira, Koki Anzai, Watanabe, Uchida, Kaz Anzai, Pinheiro, Y Takagi, Vieira

Tokyo Verdy Subs – Naito, Nagata, Tamura, Hashimoto, Futagawa, D Takagi, Kajikawa

Matsumoto Yamaga Team – Murayama, Tanaka, Iida, Goto, Hashiuchi, Yasukawa, Iwama, Kudo, Miyasaka, Ishihara, Takasaki

Matsumoto Yamaga Subs – Suzuki, Toma, Hoshihara, Ando, Paulinho, Mishima, Yamamoto

Match Statistics and Info
37’ – Sub – Verdy – Yoshiaki Takagi Off, Ryota Kajikawa On
47’ GOAL – Yamaga – Number 33 – Yu Yasukawa
69’ – Sub – Yamaga – Yu Yasukawa Off, Jun Ando On
76’ – Sub – Yamaga – Kohei Kudo Off, Paulinho On
78’ – Sub – Verdy – Kota Watanabe Off, Takahiro Futagawa On
80’ – Yellow Card – Verdy – Shinnosuke Hatanaka
83’ GOAL – Verdy – Number 6 – Kazuki Anzai
84’ – Sub – Verdy – Takahiro Futagawa Off, Daisuke Takagi On
86’ – Yellow Card – Yamaga – Paulinho
90’ +2’ – Sub – Yamaga – Hiroyuki Takasaki Off, Kohei Mishima On

Shots – Yamaga 11 – Tokyo Verdy 8
FK – Yamaga 13 – Tokyo Verdy 16
CK – Yamaga 5 – Tokyo Verdy 6
PK – Yamaga 0 – Tokyo Verdy 0
Cards – Yamaga 1/0 – Tokyo Verdy1/0

J2 Matchday 17 Results –

Saturday, 3rd June
Mito Hollyhock 2-0 Oita Trinita
Avispa Fukuoka 3-1 Kamatamare Sanuki
Nagoya Grampus 2-3 Zweigen Kanazawa
Shonan Bellmare 1-1 V-Varen Nagasaki
Yokohama FC 1-0 Renofa Yamaguchi
FC Gifu 1-1 Montedio Yamagata
Thespa Kusatsu Gunma 0-2 Tokushima Vortis
Fagiano Okayama 2-1 JEF United Chiba

Sunday, 4th June
Machida Zelvia 1-2 Ehime FC

Monday 5th June
Roasso Kumamoto 0-3 Kyoto Sanga

Next Game for Tokyo Verdy – Sat 10th June – Home v Nagoya Grampus, 3pm JST

Matchday 17 2017 Preview – Matsumoto Yamaga v Tokyo Verdy


Matchday 17 2017 Preview – Matsumoto Yamaga v Tokyo Verdy

Verdy’s 17th game of the 2017 J2 season is Away to Matsumoto Yamaga at Matsu Park Stadium. It was the second defeat in a row for Verdy after the defeat to V-Varen Nagasaki last Saturday and the weekend before that was a defeat at home against Kyoto Sanga, this time Verdy are away again to Matsumoto Yamaga, this is the first game of the month of June, looking to the game, Yamaga are currently sitting in 13th place in the table with 22 points from the 16 games while Verdy currently sit in 7th place with 26 points. The last time these 2 teams met last season – Yamaga won both games and the scores were 4-0 and 2-0, the 2-0 game, the scores for Yamaga were Ishihara and Takasaki, the head to head between the 2 sides look like this – Verdy wins 1, 2 draws and Yamaga wins 5 (out of 8 games played against each other) so it doesn’t look too great for tomorrow, let’s hope the lads can do the job and get something from the game. LET’S FIGHT TOWARDS VICTORY.

Last Game –
Tokyo Verdy’s XI
v Nagasaki (Sat 27th May)
Shibasaki

Ibayashi-Hatanaka-Taira

Kaz Anzai -Watanabe-Uchida-Koki Anzai

Pinheiro-Y Takagi-Vieira

Bench – Naito, Nagata, Tamura, Hashimoto, Takaki. D Takagi, Kajikawa

Subs – Kota Watanabe Off, Hideo Hashimoto On (69’) – Koki Anzai Off, Jumpei Takaki On (76’) – Kazuki Anzai Off, Ryota Kajikawa On (83’)

Last 5 Results – Tokyo Verdy and Matsumoto Yamaga (League –This Season)

Tokyo Verdy – D D W L L
Matsumoto Yamaga – L D L L W

Look At Our Opponents –
Let’s have a look at Yamaga’s last game against Kanazawa this past weekend, Matsumoto stuffed Kanazawa by 4 goals to 0, there was no goals in the first half but there were 4 goals in the second half, first goal was on the 66th minute thanks to Takayoshi Ishihara, wasn’t too long till Kohei Kudo scored Yamaga’s second on the 69th minute, a minute later (70’) Yudai Iwama got himself on the scoresheet and the game was Yamaga’s when on the 83rd minute when Hiroyuki Takasaki got himself on the scoresheet to make the final score Kanazawa 0-4 Yamaga.

GK Murayama
DF Ilda
DF Goto
DF Hashiuchi
DF Yasukawa (Off, 85’)
DF Tanaka
MF Iwama (Off, 79’)
MF Kudo
MF Miyasaka
MF Ishihara (Off, 75’)
FW Takasaki

Subs
GK Suzuki
DF Diego
DF Toma (On, 85’)
MF Paulinho (On, 79’)
MF Serginho
FW Mishima
FW Yamamoto (On, 75’)

Here are the fixtures for Matchday 17 of the 2017 Season –

Saturday, 3rd June
Mito Hollyhock v Oita Trinita
Avispa Fukuoka v Kamatamare Sanuki
Nagoya Grampus v Zweigen Kanazawa
Shonan Bellmare v V-Varen Nagasaki
Yokohama FC v Renofa Yamaguchi
FC Gifu v Montedio Yamagata
Thespa Kusatsu Gunma v Tokushima Vortis
Fagiano Okayama v JEF United Chiba

Sunday, 4th June
Machida Zelvia v Ehime FC

Come on Verdy!

Matchday 16 2017 Review – V-Varen Nagasaki 1-0 Tokyo Verdy


Matchday 16 2017 Review – V-Varen Nagasaki 1-0 Tokyo Verdy

Verdy fell to their second defeat in a row after a 1-0 defeat Away to V-Varen Nagasaki at Transcosmos Stadium with the only goal coming after 29 minutes after the defeat to Kyoto and now V-Varen, Verdy fall down to 7th place in the league. To the game, the first chance feel to Verdy, it was a free kick to Verdy which was put into the box but was headed away but found a verdy player at the end of the box on the right and was passed to Alan Pinheiro who shot wide, V-Varen scored not too long after, the ball found Yu Kimura in the box and he beat 2 Verdy players and didn’t fall over but he shot at goal and it went past Shibasaki to make it 1-0 to V-Varen, another chance fell to Nagasaki, but the chance hit the post to keep it at 1-0 to the home team. It was a close chance for Verdy after a Verdy player got the ball off a Nagasaki player and the ball feel to Vieira who got the ball off another Nagasaki player but put it wide after a bit of a tussle between both of the players, it was a great chance for Verdy after some lovely football between 2 Verdy players but it was Yoshiaki who had the shot and it went wide with a touch from the Nagasaki GK, another great chance for Verdy from a corner – the ball found Vieira at the back post and headed it towards goal but it hit the cross bar and it was cleared away – very unlucky but it finished with a 1-0 win for V-Varen Nagasaki and Verdy move down a few places

Transcosmos Stadium, Attendance – 4,478

Tokyo Verdy Team – Shibasaki, Ibayashi, Hatanaka, Taira, D Takagi, Watanabe, Uchida, Kaz Anzai, Kajikawa, Y Takagi, Vieira

Tokyo Verdy Subs – Naito, Nagata, N Tamura, Koki Anzai, Hashimoto, Futagawa, Nakano

V-Varen Nagasaki Team – Masuda, Inui, Takasugi, Kitatani, Yabu, Shimada, Iio, Onaga, Sawada, Kimura, Juanma

V-Varen Nagasaki Subs – Tomizawa, Tashiro, Miyamoto, Furube, Yoshioka, Nakamura, Kono

Match Statistics and Info
29’ GOAL – Nagasaki – Number 8 – Yu Kimura
45’ +3’ – Yellow Card – Nagasaki – Juanma
46’ – Sub – Nagasaki – Yuzuru Shimada Off, Kota Miyamoto On
55’ – Yellow Card – Verdy – Yoshiaki Takagi
69’ – Sub – Verdy – Kota Watanabe Off, Hideo Hashimoto On
72’ – Sub – Nagasaki – Juanma Off, Keita Nakamura On
76’ – Sub – Verdy – Koki Anzai Off, Jumpei Takaki On
83’ – Sub – Verdy – Kazuki Anzai Off, Ryota Kajikawa On
85’ – Sub – Nagasaki – Yu Kimura Off, Kenta Furube On

Shots – V-Varen 8 – Tokyo Verdy 19
FK – V-Varen 10 – Tokyo Verdy 13
CK – V-Varen 1 – Tokyo Verdy 8
PK – V-Varen 0 – Tokyo Verdy 0
Cards – V-Varen 1/0 – Tokyo Verdy1/0

J2 Matchday 16 Results –

Saturday, 27th May
Renofa Yamaguchi 0-1 Machida Zelvia
JEF United Chiba 4-2 Ehime FC
Kyoto Sanga 1-1 FC Gifu
Shonan Bellmare 0-1 Montedio Yamagata
Tokushima Vortis 1-1 Kamatamare Sanuki
Yokohama FC 1-2 Nagoya Grampus

Sunday, 28th May
Avispa Fukuoka 1-3 Thespa Kusatsu Gunma
Roasso Kumamoto 2-3 Mito Hollyhock
Oita Trinita 1-1 Fagiano Okayama
Zweigen Kanazawa 0-4 Matsumoto Yamaga

Next Game for Tokyo Verdy – Sun 27th May – Away v Matsumoto Yamaga, 1pm JST

Matchday 16 2017 Preview – V-Varen Nagasaki v Tokyo Verdy


Matchday 16 2017 Preview – V-Varen Nagasaki v Tokyo Verdy

Verdy’s 16th game of the 2017 J2 season is Away to V-Varen Nagasaki at Transcosmos Stadium. It was Verdy’s 5th loss off the season with the 2-1 defeat of Kyoto, but it’s onto Nagasaki for Verdy’s next game – it was a funny matchday 15 for both Verdy and Nagasaki, Verdy lost to Kyoto and Nagasaki drew 4-4 with FC Gifu (see Look At Our Opponents below) – Verdy and Nagasaki are not that far from each other in the table – V-Varen are currently 7th have 7 wins, 3 draws and 5 losses while Verdy have 8 wins, 2 draws and 5 losses, the head to head between both sides looks like this – from 10 games – Verdy wins 3, 3 draws and V-Varen wins 4, biggest wins for Verdy was a 7-1 win in the Emperor’s Cup in 2011 and the biggest win for V-Varen is a 5-1 win in the 2014 JLeague Division 2, let’s hope Verdy can get back to winning ways, at least get something from this game. LET’S FIGHT TOWARDS VICTORY.

Last Game –
Tokyo Verdy’s XI
v Kyoto (Sun 21st May)
Shibasaki

Ibayashi-Hatanaka-Taira

D Takagi -Watanabe-Uchida-Kazi Anzai

Kajikawa-Y Takagi-Vieira

Bench – Naito, Nagata, Tamura, Koki Anzai, Hashimoto, Futagawa, Nakano

Subs – Douglas Vieira Off, Koki Anzai On (70’) – Ryota Kajikawa Off, Takahiro Futagawa On (74’) – Daisuke Takagi Off, Masaomi Nakano On (81’)

Last 5 Results – Tokyo Verdy and V-Varen Nagasaki (League –This Season)

Tokyo Verdy – W D D W L
V-Varen Nagasaki – W D L W D

Look At Our Opponents –
Let’s have a look at Nagasaki’s last game against FC Gifu this midweek, what a crazy game this was, it finished 4-4 with Gifu scoring a very late equaliser, it was going so well for Nagasaki when they were 2-0 up after 42 minutes when Yu Kimura scored 2 goals (24’ and 42’) but Gifu got a goal back just before half time thanks to Hiroaki Namba on the 44th minute, Nagasaki regained their 2 goal advantage thanks to Ryutaro Ito on the 51st minute, Gifu came back to make it 3-2 thanks to Kyogo Furuhashi on the 64th minute, Nagasaki got their 4th goal on the 86th minute thanks to Hijiri Onaga but Gifu came back with 2 goals – 87th minute Cristian scored to make it 3-4 and then Daiki Tamori broke Nagasaki hearts when he equalised in the 95th minute – a stunning game.

GK Masuda
DF Inui
DF Takasugi
DF Kitatani (Off, 78’)
MF Shimada
MF Iio
MF Maeda (Off, 46’)
MF Miyamoto
MF Onaga
FW Kimura (Off, 68’)
FW Sawada

Subs
GK Tomizawa
DF Tashiro (On, 78’)
MF Yabu
MF Furube (On 46’)
MF Yoshioka
MF Nakamura
FW Juanma (On, 68’)

Here are the fixtures for Matchday 16 of the 2017 Season –

Saturday, 27th May
Renofa Yamaguchi v Machida Zelvia
JEF United Chiba v Ehime FC
Kyoto Sanga v FC Gifu
Shonan Bellmare v Montedio Yamagata
Tokushima Vortis v Kamatamare Sanuki
Yokohama FC v Nagoya Grampus

Sunday, 28th May
Avispa Fukuoka v Thespa Kusatsu Gunma
Roasso Kumamoto v Mito Hollyhock
Oita Trinita v Fagiano Okayama
Zweigen Kanazawa v Matsumoto Yamaga

Come on Verdy!

Matchday 15 2017 Review – Tokyo Verdy 1-2 Kyoto Sanga


Matchday 15 2017 Review – Tokyo Verdy 1-2 Kyoto Sanga

Verdy saw themselves on the end of a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Kyoto Sanga in front of just under 4 and a half thousand people at Ajinomoto Stadium – the last loss for Verdy was in Matchday 10 against Avispa (who currently sit top) – to the game, it was Verdy with the first chance of the game after Daisuke Takagi got through a few Kyoto players and shot but Sugeno in the Kyoto goal saved it, next chance was for Kyoto’s Number 9 Kevin Oris but easily saved by Shibasaki but it was Verdy who took the lead after a long ball into the box and the Kyoto DF’s seemed to not pick out Vieira and the ball went over a defenders head and Vieira got the ball in the box and he put it through Sugeno’s legs to make it 1-0 to Verdy just before half time, into the second half and we come to a Kyoto free kick, free kick taken and then came Yuki Honda to head the ball into the back of the net to make it 1-1 on the 67th minute, then Kyoto took the lead on the 80th minute after the ball was passed to Kevin Oris from about 35 yards out maybe – his strong shot found the bottom right hand side of the net to make it 2-1 Kyoto – a well taken goal and a good win for Kyoto but agony if you’re a Verdy player/official/fan. Now Verdy will have to move on from this and go onto the next game against V-Varen Nagasaki away at Transcosmos Stadium.

Ajinomoto Stadium, Attendance – 5,435

Tokyo Verdy Team – Shibasaki, Ibayashi, Hatanaka, Taira, D Takagi, Watanabe, Uchida, Kaz Anzai, Kajikawa, Y Takagi, Vieira

Tokyo Verdy Subs – Naito, Nagata, N Tamura, Koki Anzai, Hashimoto, Futagawa, Nakano

Kyoto Sanga Team – Sugeno, Takahashi, Tanaka, Honda, Shimohata, Ishibitsu, Yoshino, R Tamura, Mochizuki, Koyamatsu, Oris

Kyoto Sanga Subs – Shimizu, Someya, Yuzawa, Asada, Ito, Lee, Oguro

Match Statistics and Info
40’ GOAL – Verdy – Number 9 – Douglas Vieira
46’ – Sub – Kyoto – Reo Mochizuki Off, Yuta Someya On
51’ – Yellow Card – Kyoto – Yuji Takahashi
55’ – Sub – Kyoto – Ryosuke Tamura Off, Shun Ito
67’ GOAL – Kyoto – Number 6 – Yuki Honda
70’ – Sub – Verdy – Douglas Vieira Off, Koki Anzai On
74’ – Sub – Verdy – Ryota Kajikawa Off, Takahiro Futagawa On
80’ GOAL – Kyoto – Number 9 – Kevin Oris
81’ – Sub – Verdy – Daisuke Takagi Off, Masaomi Nakano On
90’ +1’ – Yellow Card – Verdy – Yoshiaki Takagi
90’ +4’ – Yellow Card – Kyoto – Marcus Tulio Tanaka
90’ +6’ – Yellow Card – Kyoto – Shun Ito

Shots – Tokyo Verdy 8 – Kyoto 14
FK – Tokyo Verdy 12 – Kyoto 13
CK – Tokyo Verdy 11 – Kyoto 0
PK – Tokyo Verdy 0 – Kyoto 0
Cards – Tokyo Verdy 1/0 – Kyoto 3/0

J2 Matchday 15 Results –

Sunday, 21st May

Matsumoto Yamaga 1-2 Shonan Bellmare
Zweigen Kanazawa 0-5 Avispa Fukuoka
Fagiano Okayama 2-1 Yokoaham FC
Montedio Yamagata 3-2 Renofa Yamaguchi
Mito Hollyhock 1-1 Tokushima Vortis
Kamatamare Sanuki 1-2 Thespa Kusatsu Gunma
Machida Zelvia 2-2 Oita Trinita
Ehime FC 1-2 Nagoya Grampus
JEF United Chiba 1-1 Roasso Kumamoto
FC Gifu 4-4 V-Varen Nagasaki

Next Game for Tokyo Verdy – Sat 27th May – Away v V-Varen Nagasaki, 7pm JST

Matchday 15 2017 Preview – Tokyo Verdy v Kyoto Sanga


Matchday 15 2017 Preview – Tokyo Verdy v Kyoto Sanga

Verdy’s 15th game of the 2017 J2 season is at Home against Kyoto Sanga at Ajimomoto Stadium. Verdy got themselves back to winning ways after the midweek win over JEF United Chiba, now this is the second of 2 home games, this time against 16th place Kyoto Sanga – Kyoto currently have won 4 games, drawn 5 and lost 5 out of 14 games – the last game Kyoto did play was on Wednesday night against Mito Hollyhock (see Look At Our Opponents below) and they drew 1-1. Let’s have a look at the head to head between both clubs – both clubs started playing each other back in 1998 – there has been a few seasons when both clubs were in separate leagues and met each other in a cup competition – here is the head to head between Verdy and Kyoto – Verdy wins 10 – draws 6 – Kyoto wins 13 – the biggest victory for both clubs was a 5-0 win in the 2013 season for Kyoto and Verdy won 5-0 in the 2003 season – let’s hope that Verdy can get something from this game tomorrow. LET’S FIGHT TOWARDS VICTORY.

Last Game –
Tokyo Verdy’s XI
v Chiba (Wed 17th May)
Shibasaki

Ibayashi-Hatanaka-Taira

Kaz Anzai -Watanabe-Uchida-Koki Anzai

Pinheiro-Y Takagi-Nakano

Bench – Naito, Nagata, Hashimoto, Takaki, D Takagi, Kajikawa-Vieira

Subs – Masaomi Nakano Off, Douglas Vieira On (53’) – Kota Watanabe Off, Hideo Hashimoto On (76’) – Yoshiaki Takagi Off, Ryota Kajikawa On (80’)

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

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

Look At Our Opponents –
Let’s have a look at Kyoto’s last game against Mito Hollyhock this midweek, Kyoto drew 1-1 with Mito into front of just under 5,000 people – Mito scored their goal in the first half with Daizen Maeda scoring in the 17th minute, with 20 minutes to go, Kyoto got their equaliser – in the 71st minute Masashi Oguro came up with the goal to share the points between the teams.

GK Sugeno
DF Takahashi
DF Honda
DF Shimohata
DF Ishibitsu
MF Yuzawa (Off, 52’)
MF Yoshino
MF Mochizuki
MF Koyamatsu
FW Tanaka
FW Lee (Off, 65’)

Subs
GK Shimizu
DF Someya
DF Uchida
DF Asada
MF Sento
MF Ito (On, 52’)
FW Oguro (On, 65’)

Here are the fixtures for Matchday 15 of the 2017 Season –

Sunday, 21st May
Matsumoto Yamaga v Shonan Bellmare
Zweigen Kanazawa v Avispa Fukuoka
Fagiano Okayama v Yokoaham FC
Montedio Yamagata v Renofa Yamaguchi
Mito Hollyhock v Tokushima Vortis
Kamatamare Sanuki v Thespa Kusatsu Gunma
Machida Zelvia v Oita Trinita
Ehime FC v Nagoya Grampus
JEF United Chiba v Roasso Kumamoto
FC Gifu v V-Varen Nagasaki

Come on Verdy!

Matchday 14 2017 Review – Tokyo Verdy 3-0 JEF United Chiba


Matchday 14 2017 Review – Tokyo Verdy 3-0 JEF United Chiba

Verdy got themselves a big 3-0 win against JEF United Chiba but it could have been a different game if Chiba took their chances – but Verdy came out of the game with 3 goals and those came in the second half and kept a clean sheet as well so it was a big 3 points. To the game itself, the first couple of chances (one for each side) both goalkeepers did well to stop those chances, Chiba had a great chance after some lovely football in Verdy’s half and the chip into the box found Chiba player Funayama but he scuffed the shot over the bar – Chiba gone close, into the second half – Chiba went close again – after a cross into the box from the left the ball somehow found a Chiba player, he pulled the ball back to a another Chiba player who was running into the box and Chiba player Aranda hits the post with his shot. But it was Verdy who took advantage – after a run by Vieira – he passed it into the box for Alan Pinheiro and even if Alan had a Chiba DF trying to get the ball – Alan put the ball into the back of the net to make it 1-0 to Verdy, Verdy made it 2-0 about 10 minutes later after Kazuki Anzai made a run down the right and he crossed it to Yoshiaki Takagi who was held up by Chiba DF Jun Okano but Yoshiaki nut megged Okano and the Chiba GK just stood still as the ball went past him to make it 2-0. The third goal came from a long ball up field but Chiba had men forward so there was only at least 2 defenders up and Yoshiaki Takagi got the ball and he struck the ball and the shot just went under the cross bar and the goalkeeper couldn’t do anything about it – what a great win.

Ajinomoto Stadium, Attendance – 4,436

Tokyo Verdy Team – Shibasaki, Ibayashi, Hatanaka, Taira, Kaz Anzai, Watanabe, Uchida, Koki Anzai, Pinheiro, Y Takagi, Nakano

Tokyo Verdy Subs – Naito, Nagata, Hashimoto, Takaki, D Takagi, Kajikawa, Vieira

JEF United Chiba Team – Sato, M Yamamoto, Okano, Kondo, Kim, Aranda, Kumagai, Machida, Funayama, Larrivey, Kiyotake

JEF United Chiba Subs – K Yamamoto, Okubo, Inui, Salinas, Takahashi, Sato, Ibusuki

Match Statistics and Info
45’ – Yellow Card – Verdy – Alan Pinheiro
53’ – Sub – Verdy – Masaomi Nakano Off, Douglas Vieira On
55’ GOAL – Verdy – Number 7 – Alan Pinheiro
57’ – Sub – Chiba – Larrivey Off, Hiroshi Ibusuki On
63’ – Sub – Chiba – Aranda Off, Issei Takahashi On
69’ GOAL – Verdy – Number 10 – Yoshiaki Takagi
76’ – Sub – Verdy – Kota Watanabe Off, Hideo Hashimoto On
77’ GOAL – Verdy – Number 10 – Yoshiaki Takagi
78’ – Sub – Chiba – Yamato Machida Off, Jorge Salinas On
80’ – Sub – Verdy – Yoshiaki Takagi Off, Ryota Kajikawa On

Shots – Tokyo Verdy 12 – Chiba 7
FK – Tokyo Verdy 16 – Chiba 17
CK – Tokyo Verdy 0 – Chiba 8
PK – Tokyo Verdy 0 – Chiba 0
Cards – Tokyo Verdy 1/0 – Chiba 0/0

J2 Matchday 14 Results –

Wednesday, 17th May

Montedio Yamagata 1-0 Matsumoto Yamaga
Thespa Kusatsu Gunma 2-1 Renofa Yamaguchi
Shonan Bellmare 0-3 Avispa Fukuoka
Nagoya Grampus 2-1 Machida Zelvia
FC Gifu 1-2 Roasso Kumamoto
Kyoto Sanga 1-1 Mito Hollyhock
Tokushima Vortis 1-1 Zweigen Kanazawa
Ehime FC 2-0 Fagiano Okayama
V-Varen Nagasaki 2-1 Oita Trinita
Yokoaham FC 2-1 Kamatamare Sanuki

Next Game for Tokyo Verdy – Sun 21st May – Home v Kyoto Sanga, 3pm JST