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Takumi Minamino
FC Admira Wacker Mödling vs. FC Red Bull Salzburg 2018-04-15 (061).jpg
Minamino with Red Bull Salzburg in 2018
Personal information
Full name Takumi Minamino[1]
Date of birth (1995-01-16) 16 January 1995 (age 26)[2]
Place of birth Izumisano, Japan
Height 1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)[3]
Position(s) Attacking midfielder / Winger
Club information
Current team
Liverpool
Number 18
Youth career
2007–2012 Cerezo Osaka
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2012–2014 Cerezo Osaka 62 (7)
2015–2020 Red Bull Salzburg 136 (42)
2020– Liverpool 18 (1)
National team
2011 Japan U17 4 (1)
2012 Japan U20 8 (5)
2016 Japan U23 3 (1)
2015– Japan 26 (12)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 14:23, 19 December 2020 (UTC)
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 17 November 2020

Takumi Minamino (Japanese: 南野 拓実 Hepburn: Minamino Takumi; born 16 January 1995) is a Japanese professional footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder or winger for Premier League club Liverpool and the Japan national team.

Minamino began his club career at J.League Division 1 club Cerezo Osaka in 2012 and in his first season he was named J.League Rookie of the Year. In 2014 he moved to Austrian club Red Bull Salzburg with whom he spent four successful seasons. Following impressive displays for the club he joined Liverpool on 1 January 2020, winning the Premier League in his inaugural season.

Making his senior international debut for Japan in 2015, Minamino starred in the team that reached the final of the 2019 AFC Asian Cup.

Early life[edit]

Minamino was born in Izumisano, Osaka Prefecture.[4] While at elementary school, he played for the local club Sessel Kumatori.[5][6] Growing up, he was inspired by the finishing and dribbling of Brazilian striker Ronaldo, who was the top scorer at the 2002 World Cup which Japan co-hosted when Minamino was seven.[5] He would watch videos of Ronaldo's feints, and would go outside to practice. He was also inspired by his older brother Kenta, and their father would put cones down in a car park for them to dribble in and out of at speed.[5] He attended Osaka-Kokoku High School.[7] Growing up, Minamino described himself as an "active child".[8]

Club career[edit]

Cerezo Osaka[edit]

Minamino joined Cerezo Osaka youth team at age 12 and progressed through the academy.[5] While at the Cerezo academy, players such as Shinji Kagawa, were in the first team, and Minamino would watch them up close and train with them.[5] Minamino said of the club's youth team in 2014: "Cerezo Youth, it was another physical coach of the now of the top teams are, but I was also a physical coach of my youth era, I it was insanely tight, really."[9]

In August 2009, Minamino participated Japan's U15 Club Youth Soccer Championship Tournament and helped the Cerezo Osaka's U15 side finished eighth place, as they were eliminated in the quarter-finals.[10] Despite this, he was the top scorer of the tournament, scoring eight times.[11] The following year, Minamino helped Cerezo Osaka's U15 team finish at the top of the Prince League Kansai and at one point, scored a hat-trick, in a 5–0 win over Kobe City Science and Technology High School on 11 April 2010.[12] In 2011, he moved to playing for Cerezo Osaka U18s, as they participated in the Takamadomiya Cup JFA U-18 Soccer Premier League.[13] Minamino was placed in 4th place as one of the top scorers in the tournament, scoring nine times.[14] Minamino also helped the side reach the final of the J Youth Cup. They lost 3–1 against Nagoya Grampus U18; but nevertheless, he finished as the top scorer in the tournament, scoring thirteen times.[15]

After spending two years progressing through Cerezo Osaka's youth system, Minamino was registered to the first team in August 2012.[16] It wasn't until on 17 November 2012 that he made his Cerezo first team debut, coming on as a substitute for Takuma Edamura, in a 3–1 loss against Omiya Ardija.[17] Minamino made his first start for the side, playing the whole game, in a 2–2 draw against Kawasaki Frontale on the last game of the season.[18] On 15 December 2012 he scored his first Cerezo goal, in a 4–0 win over Shimizu S-Pulse in the fourth round of the Emperor's Cup.[19] At the end of the 2012 season, Minamino went on to make five appearances and scoring once in all competitions.

He broke into the first team in 2013 and was given the number thirteen shirt ahead of the new season.[20] Minamino became the first player from the club's youth system to play in the opening game of the season against Albirex Niigata, which Cerezo Osaka won 1–0.[21] Shortly after, his contract status changed to professional A, having met the requirement to play enough matches this season.[22] Minamino continued to perform well throughout March when he set up two assists in the next two league matches before scoring his first goal of the season, in a 2–1 win over Oita Trinita in the Emperor's Cup.[23] Minamino later scored two more goals in the Emperor's Cup before being eliminated by Urawa Red Diamonds in the quarter-finals, which he scored in the second leg.[24] Six days after the club's elimination in the Emperor's Cup, he scored his first J.League Division 1 goal against Júbilo Iwata on 7 July 2013, becoming the youngest goal scorer for the club, as Cerezo Osaka drew 2–2.[25] Three weeks later on 26 July 2013, Minamino scored in a friendly match against Manchester United when "he sent a 20-yard piledriver into the top of the net, giving the opposition goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard no chance at all".[26] Following the match, his performance was praised by Manchester United players and Manager David Moyes.[27] However, during a match against Shimizu S-Pulse on 19 August 2013, he suffered a medial collateral ligament injury on his left knee and was sidelined for six weeks.[28] It wasn't until on 28 September 2013 when Minamino made his first team return, coming on as a substitute, in a 2–0 win against Júbilo Iwata.[29] He scored in a following match, in a 2–0 win over Oita Trinita.[30] Minamino later scored three more goals later in the 2013 season, including a brace against Urawa Red Diamonds on the last game of the season.[31] At the end of the 2013 season, he went on to make 38 appearances and score 8 goals in all competitions. Following this, Minamino went on to win the 2013 J league best newcomer award; previous winners include Takashi Usami (2010), Hiroki Sakai (2011) and Gaku Shibasaki (2012).[32] He also signed a contract extension with the club.[33]

At the start of the 2014 season, Minamino made his AFC Champions League debut in a 1–1 draw against Pohang Steelers.[34] Three weeks later on 18 March 2014, he scored his first goals of the AFC Champions League, in a 4–0 win over Buriram United.[35] However, in a 2–0 loss against Pohang Steelers on 16 April 2014, he received a straight red card in the 41st minutes for a professional foul.[36] It was not until on 12 July 2014 when Minamino scored his first goal in four months, in a 4–2 win over Veertien Mie in the second round of the Emperor's Cup.[37] However, during a match against Kawasaki Frontale on 15 July 2014, he was then sent off for a professional foul once again, as they lost 3–1.[38] After the match, Minamino apologised on his Twitter account for his action that got him sent off.[39] During a 0–0 draw against Ventforet Kofu on 23 July 2014, Minamino's performance was the subject of criticism when he struggled to defend despite playing in the left-wing position; prompting apology on his Twitter account once again.[40] A month later on 16 August 2014, he scored his first league goal of the season, in a 5–4 loss against Kawasaki Frontale.[41] After serving a match suspension, Minamino scored his second league goal of the season, in a 2–1 loss against Vissel Kobe on 30 August 2014.[42] He then went on a goalscoring spree between 3 September 2014 and 10 August 2014, scoring against Kawasaki Frontfale in both legs of the J.League Cup and against Júbilo Iwata in the Emperor's Cup.[43] However, his second and last season was a more struggling one, with the club eventually getting relegated.[44] By the end of the 2014 season, he had made 42 appearances and scored 8 times in all competitions. In total, he made 62 J.League Division 1 appearances for Cerezo Osaka, scoring 7 league goals. Following this, Minamino was linked with a move away from the club, as several European clubs were interested in signing him.[45]

Red Bull Salzburg[edit]

Minamino playing for Red Bull Salzburg in 2015

Red Bull Salzburg tracked him for a year and a half before signing him on 7 January 2015, on a contract running until 2018 with the option of a further year.[46] Cerezo Osaka later confirmed the transfer move shortly after.[47]

Minamino made his Red Bull Salzburg debut, where he started a match in a left-wing position before being substituted in the 64th minutes, in a 2–0 win over Wiener Neustadt on 13 February 2015.[48] After missing two matches, due to a tear on his adductor muscle, he returned from injury to make his European debut on 26 February 2015, playing the first half of a 1–3 home defeat (2–5 aggregate) to Villarreal in the second leg of the last 32 of the UEFA Europa League before being replaced by Felipe Pires.[49] Minamino then scored his first goals for Red Bull Salzburg and set up the club's fourth goal of the game, in a 4–1 win over Admira Wacker Mödling on 4 March 2015.[50] He later scored his first goal of the season, in a 3–0 win over SV Grödig on 2 May.[51] Minamino later helped the side win the league for the first time in his Red Bull Salzburg career.[52] He was featured in the final of the Austrian Cup, in a 2–0 win over Austria Wien.[53] At the end of the 2014–15 season, Minamino went on to make 14 appearances and scoring 3 times in all competitions. During the season, he quickly established himself in the starting eleven for the club, playing in the midfield position.[54]

Minamino (right) celebrating winning the 2014–15 Austrian Football Bundesliga with Red Bull Salzburg

In the 2015–16 season, Minamino made a good start to the season when he scored his first goal of the season, in a 7–0 win over Deutschlandsberger SC in the first round of the Austrian Cup.[55] He then scored five goals throughout August, starting with a brace against SV Ried, Dinamo Minsk in the UEFA Europa League campaign and Sturm Graz.[56] In a 4–2 win over SV Grödig on 12 September 2015, Minamino scored a brace before setting up the club's fourth goal of the game.[57] He then scored two goals in two matches between 4 October 2015 and 17 October 2015 against Rapid Wien and FC Admira Wacker Mödling.[58] However, Minamino suffered a goal drought for the next four months and it was finally ended on 28 February 2016 when he scored in a 4–1 win over Austria Wien.[59] He later scored two more goals later in the 2015–16 season.[60] Minamino then helped the side win the league for the second consecutive time in his Red Bull Salzburg career.[61] Twelve days later after helping the side win the league, he came on as a substitute in the second half in the final of the Austrian Cup.[62] At the end of the 2015–16 season, Minamino went on to make 40 appearances and scoring 13 times in all competitions.

At the start of the 2016–17 season, Minamino scored his first goal of the season, in a 3–1 win over Vorwärts Steyr in the first round of the Austrian Cup.[63] After being away from the FC Red Bull Salzburg, due to international commitment, he scored on his return on 20 August 2016, in a 3–1 win over SV Mattersburg.[64] Two weeks later on 11 September 2016, Minamino scored a brace, in a 4–0 win over FC Admira Wacker Mödling.[65] He later scored three more goals, including another brace against Wolfsberger AC on 17 December 2016.[66] Two months later on 19 February 2017, Minamino scored the first hat-trick of his Red Bull Salzburg career, in a 6–1 win over SV Ried.[67] He played a huge role when he scored twice in a 5–0 win over FC Admira Wacker Mödling to reach the final of the Austrian Cup.[68] Throughout the 2016–17 season, Minamino was featured in and out of the starting line-up, as he was mostly placed on the substitute bench.[69] Despite this, he helped the side win both Austrian Cup and the league for the third consecutive time in his Red Bull Salzburg career.[70] At the end of the 2016–17 season, Minamino went on to make 31 appearances and score 14 times in all competitions. During the season, he began to play in the striker position.[71]

In the 2017–18 season, Minamino started the season well when he scored three goals in three different competitions against Hibernians, Deutschlandsberger SC and Wolfsberger AC.[72] However, during a 5–1 win over St. Pölten on 20 August 2017 (which he set up the club's first goal of the game), Minamino suffered a ligament tear and was substituted in the 40th minutes; and as a result, he was sidelined for six weeks).[73] It wasn't until on 14 October 2017 when he made his return, coming on as a late substitute, in a 3–1 win over LASK.[74] Minamino then scored his first goals in three months, in a 3–1 win over St. Pölten on 5 November 2017 and three weeks later on 29 November 2017, he scored again, in a 2–0 win over SV Mattersburg.[75] At the beginning of February, Minamino signed a contract extension with the club, keeping him until 2021.[76] He later scored three more league goals for the side, including a brace against Austria Wien on 18 March 2018.[77] Minamino later helped Red Bull Salzburg win the league for the fourth consecutive time in his Red Bull Salzburg career.[78] During the 2017–18 season, Salzburg had their best ever European campaign, as they finished top of their Europa League group, for a record fourth time, before beating Real Sociedad, Borussia Dortmund and Lazio (in which he scored two goals in the knockout stage against Real Sociedad and Lazio),[79] thus making their first ever appearance in the UEFA Europa League semi-final.[80] On 3 May 2018, he played in the Europa League semi-finals as Olympique de Marseille played out a 1–2 away loss but a 3–2 aggregate win to secure a place in the UEFA Europa League Final.[81] By the end of the 2017–18 season, Minamino had made 44 appearances and scored 11 goals in all competitions.

Minamino playing for Red Bull Salzburg in 2018

Having missed the start of the 2018–19 season, due to a hamstring injury, Minamino made his first appearance of the season, coming on as a late substitute, in a 3–1 win over LASK in the opening game of the season.[82] It wasn't until on 14 August 2018 when he scored his first goal of the season, in a 1–0 win over KF Shkëndija in the UEFA Champions League Qualification Round, to send the side through to the next round.[83] Minamino then added three more goals by end of September.[84] He then scored his first European goal of the season, in a 3–1 win over Celtic on 4 October 2018.[85] On 8 November 2018, Minamino had his first-half hat-trick in a 5–2 victory over Rosenborg in a 2018–19 UEFA Europa League Group B match.[86] Following the match, he was named in the UEFA Europa League Team of the Week.[87] This was followed up by scoring three days later on 11 November 2018, as well as, setting up the first goal of the game, in a 2–0 win over Austria Wien.[88] By the end of 2018, Minamino scored eleven goals in competitions for the side.[89] Once again, he went three months without scoring and this ended when he scored and set up a goal for Mu'nas Dabbur to score his second goal and went on to score a hat-trick in a 5–1 win over Austria Wien on 31 March 2019.[90] The following month, Minamino scored two more goals, including one against Grazer AK, which saw Red Bull Salzburg reach the Austrian Cup final.[91] He helped the side win the league for the fifth consecutive time in his Red Bull Salzburg career.[92] Despite being placed on the substitute bench for the Austrian Cup final, the club won 2–0 against Rapid Wien.[93] By the end of the 2018–19 season, Minamino had made 45 appearances and scored 14 goals in all competitions. During the 2018–19 season, he continued to play in various positions in the attack.[71][94]

At the start of the 2019–20 season, Minamino started the season well when he went on a scoring spree, resulting in him scoring four goals.[95] In a UEFA Champions League match against Genk, he played a role when he set up two goals in a 6–2 win.[96] Over the next two weeks, Minamino scored two more goals in Austrian Cup and UEFA Champions League match against Rapid Wien and Liverpool respectively.[97] He later scored two goals in two matches between 23 November 2019 and 27 November 2019 against St. Pölten and Genk.[98] Minamino scored his ninth goal of the season, in a 5–1 win over WSG Swarovski Tirol on 7 December 2019, in what turns out to be his last appearance for the club.[99]

Liverpool[edit]

In December 2019, Liverpool agreed to a deal to sign Minamino from Salzburg in January 2020 after activating his £7.25 million release clause, making him the first Japanese player to play for the club.[100][101] Salzburg's sporting director Christoph Freund commented that "The big clubs have been watching him and, if I was them, I’d have no hesitation to sign him. Takumi is ready to make the next step in January."[102] On 18 December 2019, he had his Liverpool medical in preparation for his 1 January 2020 transfer to the team.[103][104][105]

On 5 January 2020, Minamino made his Liverpool debut in the club's FA Cup win against Everton,[106][107] and made his Premier League debut against Wolverhampton Wanderers, coming on in the first half for Sadio Mané on 23 January.[108]

On 29 August, Minamino came on as a substitute, replacing Neco Williams, to score his first ever goal for Liverpool at the 73rd minute, and then to score the 4th penalty in the following penalty shoot-out, in the 2020 FA Community Shield against Arsenal.[109] On 19 December, Minamino scored his first league goal for Liverpool, as he scored the opener in a 7–0 win against Crystal Palace.[110]

International career[edit]

Youth career[edit]

Minamino previously represented Japan U15 and U16 side.[111] At one point, while playing for Japan U16, he was called up for the AFC U-16 Championship tournament.[112] Minamino helped the side reach the knockout stage, having scored three times in the Group stage, including a brace against Vietnam U16.[113] He then scored in a 3–1 win over Iraq U16 in the quarter-finals.[114] However, Japan U16 were eliminated by North Korea U16 in the semi-finals, as they lost 2–1, during in which, Minamino scored the national side's only goal of the match.[115] Despite this, he finished the tournament's top scorer, alongside Timur Khakimov.[116]

In June 2011, Minamino selected for the Japan U-17 national team for the 2011 U-17 World Cup.[117] He played four matches and scored a goal against New Zealand U17.[118]

In October 2014, Minamino was called up by Japan U19 for the AFC U-19 Championship, leading him to withdraw from Cerezo Osaka's first team for three matches.[119] He scored the opening goal in Matchday One of the Group stage, in a 2–1 loss against China U19.[120] Minamino later scored two more goals in Matchday Three of the Group stage, in a 2–1 win over South Korea U19 to send through to the knockout stage.[121] However, in the quarter-finals of the AFC U-19 Championship against North Korea U19, Minamino scored an equaliser from a penalty, leading the match to go extra time and penalty shoot-out; which he missed the decisive penalty, leading North Korea U19 to go through.[122] Despite this, Minamino scored four goals in the tournament.[123]

In January 2016, Minamino was called up by Japan U23 for the AFC U-23 Championship in Qatar.[124] He was featured all the matches in the tournament and helped Japan U23 reach the final after beating Iraq U23 2–1 in the semi-finals.[125] However, Minamino was not featured in the final against South Korea, as he was recalled back to the first team by Red Bull Salzburg, as Japan won the tournament for the first time after winning 3–2 in the game.[126]

Senior career[edit]

In May 2014, Minamino was included in Japan's senior team for the preliminary 30-man squad ahead of the FIFA World Cup in Brazil.[127] However, he failed to make the cut.[128]

Minamino made his debut for Japan national team in a friendly against Iran on 13 October 2015, coming as a substitute in 87th minutes, in a 1–1 draw.[129] A month later on 17 November 2015, he made his second appearance for Japan in the FIFA World Cup qualification against Cambodia, coming on as a substitute in 86th minutes, in a 2–0 win.[130] Minamino was called up from the senior national team for the first time in three years.[131] He scored his first Japan goal, in a 3–0 win over Costa Rica on 11 September 2018.[132] This was followed by scoring against Panama and a brace against Uruguay.[133]

In December 2018, Minamino was one of 23 Japanese players selected for the 2019 AFC Asian Cup.[134] In January 2019, he made his Asian Cup debut against Turkmenistan, providing an assist.[135] In the semi-final against Iran, Minamino was Japan's star as he assisted twice and won his team a penalty, which was successfully converted by Yuya Osako.[136] He scored his first ever Asian Cup goal in the final against Qatar, but ended up losing 3–1.[137] Minamino made a total of 6 appearances in the tournament.[138] Minamino went on to score five more goals by the end of 2019.[139]

In August 2016, Minamino selected for the Japan U-23 national team for the 2016 Summer Olympics.[140] He played all 3 matches and scored a goal against Nigeria.[141]

In November 2020, he scored the only goal of the game when he converted a penalty against Panama.[142]

Style of play[edit]

Minamino playing for Red Bull Salzburg 2018

At Salzburg, Minamino was played in a fluid attacking role that allowed him to move freely and 'unlock doors, pick a pass and move with an elegant gait.'[143]

His comparatively slight frame has been described as an 'advantage' as his low centre-of-gravity means he can 'run past players with ease.'[144]

Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp has heaped praise on him, saying, prior to him signing for Liverpool, 'I'd like to have Minamino in Liverpool. He's classy. The best talent.'[145] After a game against Ajax in the Champions League, Klopp said 'He’s everywhere, he defends like a devil and then offensively he’s really involved.'[146]

Personal life[edit]

In October 2013, Minamino signed a sponsorship with Adidas.[147] It was announced on 14 January 2014 that Minamino held the Guinness World Records for high fives in a minute whilst running at the Komagawa Shopping Street with an achievement of 187 times, making the new world record.[148] In addition to speaking Japanese, he speaks German since moving to Red Bull Salzburg.[149][71] Minamino is also known to have been a fan of idol group AKB48 as a teenager.[150]

Career statistics[edit]

Club[edit]

As of match played 8 January 2021[151]
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League National Cup[a] League Cup[b] Continental Other Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Cerezo Osaka 2012 J.League Division 1 3 0 1 0 4 0
2013 J.League Division 1 29 5 1 0 8 3 38 8
2014 J.League Division 1 30 2 1 1 2 2 7[c] 2 40 7
Total 62 7 3 1 10 5 7 2 82 15
Red Bull Salzburg 2014–15 A. Bundesliga 14 3 2 0 1[d] 0 17 3
2015–16 A. Bundesliga 32 10 6 2 2[d] 1 40 13
2016–17 A. Bundesliga 21 11 5 3 5[e] 0 31 14
2017–18 A. Bundesliga 28 7 4 1 12[f] 3 34 11
2018–19 A. Bundesliga 27 6 5 3 13[g] 5 45 14
2019–20 A. Bundesliga 14 5 2 2 6[h] 2 22 9
Total 136 42 24 11 39 11 189 64
Liverpool 2019–20 Premier League 10 0 3 0 1[h] 0 14 0
2020–21[152] Premier League 8 1 1 0 2 2 4[h] 0 1[i] 1 16 4
Total 18 1 4 0 2 2 5 0 1 1 30 4
Career total 216 50 31 12 12 7 51 13 1 1 301 83
  1. ^ Includes Emperor's Cup, Austrian Cup, FA Cup
  2. ^ Includes J.League Cup, EFL Cup
  3. ^ Appearances in AFC Champions League
  4. ^ a b Appearance(s) in UEFA Europa League
  5. ^ One appearance in UEFA Champions League, four in UEFA Europa League
  6. ^ Three appearances and one goal in UEFA Champions League, nine appearances and two goals in UEFA Europa League
  7. ^ Three appearances and one goal in UEFA Champions League, ten appearances and four goals in UEFA Europa League
  8. ^ a b c Appearance(s) in UEFA Champions League
  9. ^ Appearance in FA Community Shield

International[edit]

As of match played 17 November 2020[153]
Appearances and goals by national team and year
National team Year Apps Goals
Japan 2015 2 0
2018 5 4
2019 15 7
2020 4 1
Total 26 12
As of match played 13 November 2020. Japan score listed first, score column indicates score after each Minamino goal.[154]
List of international goals scored by Takumi Minamino
No. Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1 11 September 2018 Panasonic Stadium Suita, Suita, Japan  Costa Rica 2–0 3–0 2018 Kirin Challenge Cup
2 12 October 2018 Denka Big Swan Stadium, Niigata, Japan  Panama 1–0 3–0
3 16 October 2018 Saitama Stadium 2002, Saitama, Japan  Uruguay 1–0 4–3
4 4–2
5 1 February 2019 Zayed Sports City Stadium, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates  Qatar 1–2 1–3 2019 AFC Asian Cup Final
6 5 September 2019 Kashima Soccer Stadium, Kashima, Japan  Paraguay 2–0 2–0 2019 Kirin Challenge Cup
7 10 September 2019 Thuwunna Stadium, Yangon, Myanmar  Myanmar 2–0 2–0 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification
8 10 October 2019 Saitama Stadium 2002, Saitama, Japan  Mongolia 1–0 6–0
9 15 October 2019 Central Republican Stadium, Dushanbe, Tajikistan  Tajikistan 1–0 3–0
10 2–0
11 14 November 2019 Dolen Omurzakov Stadium, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan  Kyrgyzstan 1–0 2–0
12 13 November 2020 Merkur-Arena, Graz, Austria  Panama 1–0 1–0 Friendly

Honours[edit]

Red Bull Salzburg

Liverpool

Japan U-23

Japan

Individual

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