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JAPANESE J1 LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Kawasaki 21 6 7 69
2 Sanfreece 17 6 11 57
3 Kashima 16 8 10 56
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Leg 2Aggregate: 5 - 4
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Kawasaki Frontale win back-to-back J.League titles after Sanfrecce Hiroshima collapse

Kawasaki Frontale clinched a second successive J.League title despite defeat to Cerezo Osaka.

Kawasaki Frontale retained the J.League title despite losing 2-1 to Cerezo Osaka on Saturday, the visitors clinching a second top-flight championship when nearest rivals Sanfrecce Hiroshima completed a stunning collapse with another defeat.

Osaka striker Kazuya Yamamura scored the winner in the fourth minute of injury time, but with Hiroshima falling to a 1-0 home defeat to Vegalta Sendai, Toru Oniki's team secured the title with two games to spare.

After Saturday's fixtures, Kawasaki hold an unassailable...

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Kosta Barbarouses fires Melbourne Victory to win over Kawasaki Frontale

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A brilliant late strike from Melbourne Victory's Kosta Barbarouses sealed a stunning 1-0 Asian Champions League win over Kawasaki Frontale.

With the Victory third and the Japanese side last in Group F going into the match, both sides desperately chased the three points in an entertaining affair at AAMI Park on Tuesday night. Barbarouses finally found the back of the net in the 90th minute to seal a breathtaking win in front of 6,639 fans.

With two matches left in the group stage, the result puts...

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Melbourne Victory to 'dictate terms' in vital ACL clash with Kawasaki Frontale

Melbourne Victory are pinning their AFC Champions League hopes on a bold, attacking strategy against Kawasaki Frontale in Tuesday night's pivotal clash.

Victory coach Kevin Muscat has forecast a high-scoring affair at AAMI Park, with both sides needing a win to boost their chances of progressing past the group stage.

The Victory are third in Group F with two points after last week's dramatic last-gasp draw against Kawasaki in Japan, while the reigning J-League champions are fourth with just one point...

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Late Leroy George goal helps Melbourne Victory earn point in Japan

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A stoppage-time penalty helped Melbourne Victory score a dramatic 2-2 Asian Champions League draw against Kawasaki Frontale at the Todoroki Athletics Stadium in Japan.

Leroy George converted the successful spotkick in the 92nd minute on Wednesday to secure a valuable point in Victory's quest to advance past the group stage.

The home had side dominated play from the outset with Shintaro Kurumaya amongst the busiest out wide early on.

He had the first real chance on the quarter hour which forced Lawrence...

Urawa Reds edge Kawasaki Frontale to reach Asian Champions League semis

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Two goals in a minute late in the second half sealed Urawa Red Diamonds' place in the semifinals of the Asian Champions League on Wednesday evening as the 2007 champions defeated 10-man Kawasaki Frontale 4-1 on the night and 5-4 on aggregate.

Rafael Silva and Toshiyuki Takagi scored in the 83rd and 84th minutes respectively to earn Takafumi Hori's a place in the last four, where they will take on Chinese Super League side Shanghai SIPG for a place in this year's final.

Kawasaki had taken the lead...