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Keisuke Honda Nets Biggest Goal of His Career, Leads Japan to 1-0 2010 World Cup Victory

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The 24 year-old midfielder is coming off of a brilliant performance for CSKA Moscow this year, havin...

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Keisuke Honda Nets Biggest Goal of His Career, Leads Japan to 1-0 2010 World Cup Victory

  1. 1. Keisuke Honda Nets Biggest Goal of His Career, Leads Japan to 1-0 2010 World Cup Victory The 24 year-old midfielder is coming off of a brilliant performance for CSKA Moscow this year, having led the team on an unexpected run to the quarterfinals of the 2009/10 UEFA Champions League. http://gather.com/keisuke-honda-nets-biggest-goal-of-his-career-leads-japan-to-1-0-2010-world-cup-vi ctory/ It wasn't a pretty game, but the nation of Japan has Keisuke Honda to thank for providing the lone goal in a 1-0 victory over Cameroon in both teams' opening pool play matchup in the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Japan next takes the field on June 19 where they will face high-powered Netherlands. . The lead proved enough to give Japan the victory, as their defense withstood a furious rally from Cameroon in the final minute. This is the first time in Japan's history that the soccer team has won a World Cup final game that did not take place on Japanese soil. 2010 marks his World Cup debut for the senior national team, and he is widely considered one of Asia's top prospects. The match marked the first major upset of this year's competition. Honda, who currently plays for CSKA Moscow of the Russian Premier league, took a cross in the 38th minute from teammate Daisuke Matsui, corralled it with his left foot, then put it past Cameroon's Hamidou Souleymanou to give Japan a 1-0 lead. For Keisuke Honda, it was his fifth goal as a member of the Japan national team, with two of the previous four coming in friendly matches

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