2012 Japanese Super Cup

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2012 Japanese Super Cup
Date 3 March 2012
Venue National Olympic Stadium, Tokyo
Man of the Match Leandro Domingues (Kashiwa Reysol)
Referee Yuichi Nishimura
Attendance 35,453
2011
2013

The 2012 Japanese Super Cup was held on 3 March 2012 between the 2011 J. League champions Kashiwa Reysol and the 2011 Emperor's Cup winner F.C. Tokyo. Kashiwa Reysol won the match 2-1 in regulation time.[1]

Background[edit]

This was the first time both teams had participated in the competition. Kashiwa, having won its first League title since 1972 (when no Super Cup was played) and FC Tokyo, having become the third club to win both the second-tier title and the Emperor's Cup since Yamaha (Júbilo Iwata) in 1982, both had qualified to the Asian Champions League by virtue of winning their titles.

Match[edit]

3 March 2012
13:35 JST
Kashiwa Reysol 2 – 1 FC Tokyo
Wagner Goal 27'
Leandro Goal 45' (pen.)
Report Goal 64' Aria
Kashiwa Reysol
FC Tokyo

KASHIWA REYSOL (4-4-2):
GK 21 Japan Takanori Sugeno
RB 4 Japan Hiroki Sakai
CB 5 Japan Tatsuya Masushima
CB 3 Japan Naoya Kondo
LB 22 Japan Wataru Hashimoto
RM 20 Japan Akimi Barada Booked 39'
LM 7 Japan Hidekazu Otani Substituted off 81'
RW 10 Brazil Leandro Domigues Goal 45' (pen.)
LW 15 Brazil Jorge Wagner Goal 27'
CF 18 Japan Junya Tanaka Substituted off 68'
CF 9 Japan Hideaki Kitajima Substituted off 68'
Substitutes:
GK 16 Japan Koji Inada
CM 17 North Korea An Yong-Hak Substituted in 81'
CB 6 Japan Daisuke Nasu
AM 8 Japan Masakatsu Sawa Substituted in 68'
RW 29 Japan Koki Mizuno
CF 19 Japan Masato Kudo
CF 25 Brazil Ricardo Lobo Substituted in 68'
Manager:
Brazil Nelsinho Baptista

FC TOKYO (4-2-3-1):
GK 1 Japan Hitoshi Shiota
RB 33 Japan Kenta Mukuhara
CB 2 Japan Yuhei Tokunaga
CB 3 Japan Masato Morishige
LB 6 Japan Kosuke Ota
RM 10 Japan Yohei Kajiyama
AM 8 Japan Aria Jasuru Hasegawa Goal 64'
LM 4 Japan Hideto Takahashi Substituted off 84'
RW 18 Japan Naohiro Ishikawa Substituted off 57'
LW 39 Japan Tatsuya Yazawa Booked 50' Substituted off 72'
CF 49 Brazil Lucas Severino
Substitutes:
GK 20 Japan Shuichi Gonda
CB 5 Japan Kenichi Kaga
RW 17 Japan Hiroki Kawano Substituted in 84'
AM 22 Japan Naotake Hanyu Substituted in 72'
CM 27 Japan Sotan Tanabe
CF 11 Japan Kazuma Watanabe Substituted in 57'
CF 13 Japan Sōta Hirayama
Manager:
Serbia Ranko Popović

Man of the Match:
Brazil Leandro Domingues (Kashiwa Reysol)

Assistant referees:
Japan Toshiyuki Nagi
Japan Akane Yagi
Fourth official:
Japan Hiroyuki Kimura

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