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2016-17 Japan Jersey Home Okazaki #9

100% Authentic 2016-2017 Japan National team home jersey. Leicester City FC striker, Okazaki’s name and his number 9 are printed on the front and back. Made in China, Adidas Japan licensed climacool replica jersey.

Shinji Okazaki singed for Shimizu S-Pulse in 2004 and made his debut at the J-league match against Sanfrecce Hiroshima in 2005. Totally, Okazaki scored 42 goals in 121 appearances before moving to Germany in 2011.

Japan National team manager, Takeshi Okada picked Okazaki in the squad for 2010 FIFA World Cup. And he netted once in the final group league match against Denmark with helping the team advancing to the round 16.

In 2012-2013 season at VfB Stuttgart, which is his second year in Germany. Shinji scored a beautiful goal in the Bundesliga match against Hannover 96 on February 19th 2012. The goal from a bicycle kick was the only one Okazaki struck in this season. But it was picked up as the Goal of the Month. In 2013, Shinji transferred to 1.FSV Mainz 05 and recorded 15 league goals at the end of the season, which makes him the most prolific Japanese player in Bundesliga history.

As a Japan National team striker, Okazaki came on the pich at the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup in Brazil. Samurai Blue faced the host country Brazil, Italy and Mexico. The team failed to advance to the semi finals but Okazaki scored twice.

In 2014, Okazaki took part in his second FIFA World Cup held in Brazil. Japan was eliminated in the group stage but he headed the only goal for the Samurai Blue last match against Colombia.

Okazaki joined Premier League side Leicester City from FSV Mainz 05 on June 16th in 2015. He scored only 6 goals in 45 appearances through 2015-2016 season but his main role was to run and create space for other players. But on 14 March 2016, Okazaki’s superb overhead kick earned Leicester 3 more vital points on the title race. And finally, the team clinched the first Premier League championship in history.

Meanwhile, Shinji recorded 100 caps in his Japan National team appearance in World Cup Qualifying game against Syria on March 29th 2016. It is the fifth Japanese player in history to reach that number.

 

Condition : Brand New with Tag
Material : Polyester 100%
Color : Blue
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