J.League Division 1: Matchday Six Results

Sagan Tosu midfielder Kota Mizunuma celebrates after scoring the only goal of the game against in the 1-0 victory versus Sanfrecce Hiroshima. The win preserves Sagan’s unbeaten record at home in J.League Division 1, where they have taken 10 points from a possible 10, and lifts the Saga Prefecture outfit to ninth in the table (Image courtesy J’s Goal/J.League Photo)

Kashiwa Reysol Small Kashiwa Reysol
Leandro Domingues 55′, 66′
2 Vegalta Sendai Small Vegalta Sendai
Sugai 2′
Sekiguchi 56′
Akamine 78′
FC Tokyo Small FC Tokyo
Tanabe 84′
1 Kashima Antlers small Kashima Antlers
Koroki 66′
Endo 90’+4
Yokohama F-Marinos Small Yokohama F-Marinos
Ono 53′
1 Omiya Ardija Small Omiya Ardija
Hasegawa 82′
Urawa Red Diamonds Small Urawa Red Diamonds
Abe 53′
Marcio Richardes 77′
2 Vissel Kobe Small Vissel Kobe
Nagoya Grampus Small Nagoya Grampus
Kanazaki 3′
Own Goal 15′
Tamada 77′
3 Consadole Sapporo Small Consadole Sapporo
Furuta 90′
Shimizu S-Pulse Small Shimizu S-Pulse
Takagi 45’+1
Omae 48′, 88′
3 Jubilo Iwata Small Jubilo Iwata
Cho B-K 12′
Yamamoto 90’+4
Sagan Tosu Small Sagan Tosu
Mizunuma 39′
1 Sanfrecce Hiroshima Small Sanfrecce Hiroshima
Cerezo Osaka Small Cerezo Osaka
0 Albirex Niigata Small Albirex Niigata
Yano 85′
Gamba Osaka Small Gamba Osaka
Nakazawa 45’+1
Sato 68′
Abe 84′
3 Kawasaki Frontale Small Kawasaki Frontale
Tasaka 1′
Kobayashi 30′

(Matches played 14 April 2012)


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