Japan’s Nadeshiko

Japan Nadeshiko League Results Week Six Second Stage 19th October 

Week 6, Second Stage
 

Urawa Reds 1 – 2 NTV Beleza

Urawa: 20’ Natsuki Kishikawa

NTV: 60’ Natsuko Hara, 84’ Shiori Kinoshita

Attendance: 2,852

Shots: Urawa 15 – 14 NTV

Corners: Urawa 2 – 6 NTV
 

JEF Chiba 3 – 4 Yunogo Belle

Chiba: 12’ Risa Ikadai, 43’ Yuika Sugasawa, 52’ Own Goal

Yunogo: 59’ Aya Miyama, 69’ & 90+5’ Saori Arimachi, 82’ Sachie Takahashi

Attendance: 845

Shots: Chiba 8 – 11 Yunogo

Corners: Chiba 2 – 5 Yunogo
 
Belle came back from 0 – 3 and won!
 

INAC Kobe 0 – 0 Albirex Niigata

Attendance: 4,220

Shots: Kobe 7 – 7 Niigata

Corners: Kobe 4 – 7 Niigata
 
 

#1 Urawa: Pts=17, W=4, D=1, L=1, GF=13, GA=6, GD=7

#2 Yunogo: Pts=16, W=3, D=1, L=2, GF=10, GA=11, GD=–1

#3 NTV: Pts=15, W=3, D=1, L=2, GF=8, GA=7, GD=1

#4 Chiba: Pts=10, W=3, D=0, L=3, GF=16, GA=14, GD=2

#5 Kobe: Pts=7, W=1, D=2, L=3, GF=8, GA=11, GD=–3

#6 Niigata: Pts=6, W=0, D=3, L=3, GF=5, GA=11, GD=–6
 
 
Both Yunogo Belle and NTV Beleza refused to let Urawa Reds go out of close competition. The league is resumed on November 1 after the Canada matches.
 
 
 

Iga Kunoichi 2 – 0 Vegalta Sendai

Iga: 62’ Madoka Haji, 63’ Shiho Ogawa

Attendance: 626

Shots: Iga 9 – 4 Sendai

Corners: Iga 1 – 1 Sendai
 

Kibi Univ. 1 – 2 Elfen Saitama

Kibi: 90+1’ Asuka Nishikawa

Saitama: 61’ Kaoruko Suzuki, 72’ Rino Nakano

Attendance: 406

Shots: Kibi 7 – 8 Saitama

Corners: Kibi 1 – 3 Saitama
 
 
#1 Sendai: Pts=20, W=4, D=0, L=1, GF=15, GA=2, GD=13

#2 Saitama: Pts=18, W=4, D=0, L=1, GF=8, GA=6, GD=2

#3 Iga: Pts=11, W=2, D=0, L=3, GF=5, GA=7, GD=–2

#4 Kibi: Pts=0, W=0, D=0, L=5, GF=1, GA=14, GD=–13
 
 
Match Updates Thanks to Ken Suzuki
 
 

2 Comments
  1. WSU 7 years ago

    Thank you Ken.

    • Ken Suzuki 7 years ago

      When Kishikawa scored the goal the scores of the two matches were

      Urawa 1 – 0 NTV
      Chiba 3 – 0 Yunogo

      and I yelled, “We are seven points ahead of rivals !!” only to see both games were overturned later.

      I am wondering how the league will conclude. Am I right to believe the year of 2014 is seeing more occasions than usual that a certain team loses a title it believed it won? Let us see . . . . Frankfurt in June, Urawa in August, Seattle in September, Chelsea in October . . . or is this year just like any other year? I’m just wondering . . . . because in the Nadeshiko League in the last three years a team supposed to win just won.

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