Richy over at Forza FC Gifu has a report on this game. His summary of the game, which I was unable to attend due to other commitments, was:
Nagoya (with Kennedy the only big omission), really dominated the first half. Gifu had about two chances but Nagoya were just too good. Tamada dribbled in a nice goal. In the second half though, from the outset, Gifu came in more determined, and while still outplayed, they put in a few more shots, whereas Grampus seemed to be sitting back on their lead. Gifu scored a nice goal through Nishikawa in overtime, and we were understandable really stoked!
Nagoya seemed to be treating this as just a training match, and although the talent and skill of the team was undeniably higher, and they could have probably won about 4-0, I guess it's to Gifu's credit that they kept plugging away till the end and got a result for themselves.
|GK||1||Seigo Narazaki||Kyohei Noda (Tatsuya Murao 83)||1||GK|
|DF||32||Hayuma Tanaka (Akira Takeuchi 67)||Shinji Tominari (Yasutaka Nomoto 68)||19||DF|
|DF||3||Takahiro Masukawa (Mitsuru Chiyotanda 67)||Hideyoshi Akita (Shuto Tanaka 73)||6||DF|
|DF||6||Shohei Abe (Alex Santos 59)||Shun Nogaito||17||DF|
|MF||20||Keiji Yoshimura (Danilson HT)||Suguru Hashimoto||23||MF|
|MF||9||Igor Burzanovic (Naoshi Nakamura 63)||Tomohiro Yamauchi (Shogo Shimada 73)||20||MF|
|MF||25||Mu Kanazaki||Kazunori Kan||7||MF|
|FW||11||Keiji Tamada (Yoshizumi Ogawa 63)||Yuki Oshitani||27||FW|
|FW||16||Yuki Maki||Koichi Sato (Kazuki Someya 83)||18||FW|