Shimizu S-Pulse vs Cerezo Osaka FC, J. League 2020 REGULAR SEASON
3 : 1
14th of November 2020 05:00
First half: 45+5 | Second half: 45+7
- 0' - We are underway at IAI Stadium Nihondaira. The crowd does wile while the referee lows the starting whistle.
- 5' - While there is no rush on the pitch, let’s have a look at some stats. Leandro Desabato made 147 appearances and scored 0 goals. He is very likely to score a goal today.
- 10' - Valdo has certainly something to prove this evening. He made 31 appearances with only 5 goals this season.
- 15' - Cerezo Osaka FC started playing very sharply right from the kick off. However, it slowed down the tempo rapidly by 15.
- 20' - The travelling Cerezo Osaka FC supporters hardly appreciate their team being pressed down to the backline.
- 25' - Cerezo Osaka FC looks like a favorite considering 1 games won in last 2 matches with its main striker Hiroaki Okuno scoring 1 goals.
- 30' - Cerezo Osaka FC is showing some good football. However, Cerezo Osaka FC are ready to play back every minute. It might result in some problems for the home side. The game will hardly remain goalless.
- 35' - The teams are not in a rush to score plenty of goals. It might look strange considering Cerezo Osaka FC that had 170 games and scored 132 goals.
- 40' - Shimizu S-Pulse seems to be on a short break. The game is mainly concentrated in the center. It’s high time they got back to action. Otherwise, it looks like a goalless game.
- 45' - It looks like no one’s ball. Cerezo Osaka FC is used to counterattacking playing. None of the sides are ready to take the lead.
- 46' - Another substitution for Shimizu S-Pulse to replace Shota Kaneko by Keita Nakamura on 46 minute.
- 49' - Renato puts Shimizu S-Pulse on the lead.
- 54' - We miss some good tackles and strikes. Is there anyone on the field to put the game back to action?
- 58' - Yoichiro Kakitani has so much to prove this time. He replaces Naoyuki Fujita on 58 minute.
- 59' - The whistle greets Takashi Kanai as he departs to be replaced by Yugo Tatsuta.
- 64' - It’s gonna be a Yellow card for Carlinhos.
- 67' - What an equalizer from Hiroshi Kiyotake!
- 72' - The referee is likely to let players tackle, as he already missed some meaty challenges during opening seconds. He is still to establish what should not be done by the players and what is acceptable on the pitch. It’s going to be a tough game for Yuta Toyokawa suffering a number of foals already.
- 75' - A meaty challenge results in booking for Riku Matsuda on 75.
- 75' - It is a substitution in Shimizu S-Pulse team. Ryo Takeuchi is replaced by Kota Miyamoto on 75 minute.
- 80' - Cerezo Osaka FC is defending very well tonight not leaving a chance for their rivals to get through for a goal.
- 84' - The whistle greets Yusuke Maruhashi as he departs to be replaced by Eiichi Katayama.
- 86' - Keita Nakamura puts Shimizu S-Pulse on the lead.
- 90' - Teerasil Dangda has so much to prove this time. He replaces Kenta Nishizawa on 90 minute.
- Another three points for Shimizu S-Pulse.
Today 2020-11-14 Shimizu S-Pulse vs Cerezo Osaka FC are fighting J. League league on IAI Stadium Nihondaira.
Shimizu S-Pulse had 34 games and get got 28 points in Season (2018/18)
Cerezo Osaka FC had 34 games and get got 60 points in Season (2018/18)
Todays referees are: Jumpei Iida, Satoshi Karakami, Yusuke Hamamoto, Yuki Noda
|Cerezo Osaka FC||34||60|
|Urawa Red Diamonds||34||46|
|Oita FC Trinita||34||43|
|Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo||34||39|
|Sagan Tosu FC||34||36|
|Matsumoto Yamaga FC||34||31|
Captain6 Ryo Takeuchi
- 5 Valdo
- 18 Elsinho
- 3 Hwang Seokho
- 6 Ryo Takeuchi
- 13 Kota Miyamoto 75'
- 30 Shota Kaneko
- 20 Keita Nakamura 46'
- 15 Takashi Kanai
- 2 Yugo Tatsuta 59'
- 14 Yusuke Goto
- 37 Yuito Suzuki 46'
- 22 Renato
- 16 Kenta Nishizawa
- 23 Teerasil Dangda 90'
- 31 Togo Umeda
- 10 Carlinhos
Cerezo Osaka FC
Captain10 Hiroshi Kiyotake
- 6 Leandro Desabato
- 25 Hiroaki Okuno
- 21 Kim Jinhyeon
- 5 Naoyuki Fujita
- 8 Yoichiro Kakitani 58'
- 2 Riku Matsuda
- 22 Matej Jonjic
- 14 Yusuke Maruhashi
- 16 Eiichi Katayama 84'
- 3 Yasuki Kimoto
- 10 Hiroshi Kiyotake
- 32 Yuta Toyokawa
- 20 Bruno Mendes 58'
- 17 Tatsuhiro Sakamoto