Kawasaki Frontale still has a chance to take a title this season after opening home by beating Shimizu S-Pulse with a score 3-2 in the J.League 2022 at Todoroki Stadium, Kanagawa Prefecture.
From the start of the match, Kawasaki Frontale aggressively put pressure on Shimizu and forced Shimizu into a deep position. He stole the ball close to the goal and turned to attack.
In the early stages of the first half, forward Yu Kobayashi shot in front of the goal due to its form, but Shimizu’s goalkeeper Shuichi Gonda stopped. not be preemptive.
In the 16th minute of the first half, Shimizu’s defender Teruki Hara overlapped the outside of midfielder Ryohei Shirasaki on the right side, and forward Koya Kitagawa shot with his left foot. However, the ball goes to the left of the goal.
After that, it was Kawasaki Frontale who held the ball firmly. After carefully assembling the match, they scored the opening goal in the 28th minute of the first half. Midfielder Taito Wakisaka takes a corner kick on the right side
Just before the end of the first half, Wakisaka, who received a free in the penalty area, had a decoding machine. But I can’t decide. The match ended in the first half with Kawasaki Frontale’s one-point lead. At half-time, Shimizu dropped Gonda and brought in goalkeeper Tetsuo Okubo. At the end of the first half, Gonda hurt his back due to contact with Kawasaki frontier defender Shogo Taniguchi.
Shimizu was chasing a goal in the 49th minute when Shirasaki slipped into the ball from midfielder Carlinhos Junio who slipped out of the left side and shot. He pushes into the goal to tie the score. In addition, an additional point was scored in the 57th minute. Carlinhos matched the ball that DF Reine Yamahara put in from the left side of the box and shook the net.
Kawasaki Frontale turned the game over in the 75th minute of the second half. DF Kazuya Yamamura matched a corner kick from the right side with a header to tie the score. In the 78th minute, Kobayashi stabbed forward Marcinho ‘s half-turn into the goal to win the game. got the lead again.
Shimizu launched a fierce attack toward the end of the match, but Kawasaki Frontier defended the goal. With the time remaining 3-2, Kawasaki F held on to their hopes of winning.
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