The best players in the history of Japan

The best players in the history of Japan
We remember some of the best players in the history of Japan. PHOTO:

Last update October 20, 2022 by colgadosporelfutbol

If you are old enough, surely you knew the football of Japan thanks to the mythical ‘Superchamps‘ known as ‘Oliver and Benji‘ in countries like Spain. But beyond that and in real life, who have been best players in japanese history? Let's review a few of them.

The best players in the history of Japan

Hidethosi Nakata

For many the best Japanese player in history. An extensive career in clubs as important as Roma but also in others such as Perugia, Parma, Bologna, Fiorentina y Bolton. in the Japanese team, 11 years and 77 matches, 10 of them distributed among the France World Cup 1998, Korea and Japan 2002 and Germany 2006. Framework 11 international goals.

Kazu Miura

Legend says, that Oliver Atom's character was inspired by him. Active well past 50, is the second Japan's all-time top scorer. He was international with Japan in 98 games and scored 55 goals. like atom, he played in Japanese and Brazilian football but also had experience in Serie A in the ranks of Perugia.

Keisuke Honda

Another mythical Japanese player was undoubtedly Honda. Juice 3 World Cups with Japan and accumulates more than 90 internacionalidades. He signed in teams like CSKA Moscow, Milan, Pachuca, Botafogo and in destinations like Cambodia, Lithuania, Australia or Azerbayan. To the 36 was still active.

best players in japan history
Keisuke Honda in the ranks of the Botagogo on 2020. PHOTO:

Masami Hitara

He was the captain of Japan for a decade. Active part of the national team that played in France 98 and from that Japanese squad invited to the Copa America 99. Juice 122 matches between 1988 Y 1999.

Shinji Kagawa

One of the players with the most travel, although with a fast career. He came to have a high market value in teams like Borussia Dortmund and Manchester United. But nevertheless, his level went down. He went through Real Zaragoza in the Spanish Second Division and later signed in Belgian football.

Kunishige Kamamoto

He is the top scorer in the history of Japan. Framework 75 goals in 75 matches in the 1990s 70 Y 80 and still no one has been able to reach it. He never left Japanese football where he made a career in Yanmar Diesel later known as the Cerezo Osaka.

Alberto Llopis

Director of Attempt to gather letters and tell stories in and Specialist retro football Current. Football Coach Level II. You can follow me at @colgadosfutbol

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

error: Content is protected !!