For Japan, Only 1 Way To Get Back Into World Cup: Attack | Fox News

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As he greeted reporters at the team's base camp in Itu, Kagawa admitted with a sheepish grin: "Didn't sleep last night ... The next match was on my mind but it was really yesterday that weighed. I was miserable to my heart's content. But just need to snap out of that ... celebrity tape and go for the win." Under Italian coach Alberto Zaccheroni, Japan has chiseled a style based on relentless pressure and precision play-making to force opponents onto the defensive. Aside from a moment of first-half brilliance in which the Europe-based star trio of Kagawa, Yuto Nagatomo and Keisuke Honda clicked to choreograph a classic Honda strike there was little of that to be seen in Japan's 2-1 defeat Sunday to Ivory http://santiagobxlg.soup.io/post/428308149/Farrah-Abraham-Talks-Taking-On-Couples-Therapy Coast. Japan appeared to be spooked by the power and pace of "Les Elephants," hesitant to go all out for goal as they have done so many times in the past. Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/sports/2014/06/15/for-japan-only-1-way-to-get-back-into-world-cup-attack/