"Keisuke Honda" was the best player of the AFC Asian Cup 2011

"Keisuke Honda" was the best player of the AFC Asian Cup 2011

Doha : Qatar | Jan 30, 2011 at 1:13 AM PST
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Keisuke Honda in Action

Japanese footballer, Keisuke Honda, get a double joy. In addition to bringing Japan into the Asian Cup 2011 winners, he was also selected as the best player in the arena of the four annual.

"It's a great moment for me. I'm satisfied to be a champion. Yes, I'm very pleased," he said.

After the 2011 Asian Cup, now Japan's ambition to win the World Cup 2014 at Moskwa.

Japan has a neat style of soccer balls and always drain well. However, against Australia in the final, a game style that is less visible. When asked about it, Honda said, "I do not know. Everyone likes to appear to attack and we try to keep the ball. I think we need to fix ourselves like we were never satisfied."

Source: bola.kompas

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Keisuke Honda in Action at The AFC Asian Cup 2011, Doha, Qatar
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