The best Japanese players in history

The best Japanese players in history
For many, Hidetoshi Nakata is one of the best players in the history of Asia. PHOTO:

Who are they the best japanese players in history? Japan, It is a country with long traditions and a very rich history and culture.. However, in the world of football, He has not yet done anything great at the national team level but he has left some great footballers. No, we're not talking about oliver and benji, the famous protagonists of Supercampeones. Let's remember some of them.

The best Japanese players in history

Hidetoshi Nakata

Is one of the best soccer players in the history of japan. Con 77 internationalities, Nakata played in teams like Perugia, Parma, Roma, Bologna, Fiorentina y Bolton. Juice 10 World Cup matches spread over 3 Copas del Mundo (1998, 2002 y 2006). For many, one of the best Asian players ever.

Keisuke Honda

90 internationalities and 3 World Cups for a footballer who played for teams like CSKA Moscow, Milan, Pachuca, Botafogo and in destinations as exotic as Cambodia, Lituania, Australia or Azerbayan. Keep on giving war to the 36 years.

Keisuke Honda en 2020 with the zamarra of Botafogo. PHOTO:

Masami Ihara

Japan national team captain for more than 10 years. He played with the Japanese team between 1988 y 1999 donde disputó 122 meetings. He played the France World Cup 1998 and that one Copa América de 1999 in which Japan was invited.

Kunishige Kamamoto

Is the Japan's all-time top scorer. A record that he still holds since the years 80 when he retired. Framework 75 goals in 75 matches as international. At the club level, he developed his entire career in the Yanmar Diesel, later known as cherry tree Osaka where was between 1967 y 1984.

Kazu Miura

The eternal Japanese striker, active with almost 60 years. Many say that Kazu Miura was the inspiration to create Oliver Atom's character in Superchampions. He was international with Japan in 98 games and scored 55 goals. As a club player he had experiences in Brazil, Australia and even Italy when he played in the ranks of Genoa.

Shinji Okazaki

One of the heroes of that Leicester who was proclaimed champion of the Premier 2015-2016. He is one of the top scorers in Japanese history.. exceed the 100 internationalities. In Spain he went through Malaga (where he had a brief step), Huesca and Cartagena.

Shinji Kagawa

One of the players with the most experience at club level. Born in 1989, played in his 'prime’ at Borussia Dortmund and Manchester United. Later he signed for Real Zaragoza of the Spanish second and continued his career in football in Greece and Belgium. With the Japanese team he signed 31 many in 95 parties.

the best japanese players in history
Shinji Kagawa, in his time as a Dortmund player. PHOTO:

Alberto Llopis

Hanged for football fully. Attempt to gather letters and tell stories in Specialist retro football Current. Football Coach Level II. You can follow me on @AlbertiniLlopis @colgadosfutbol
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