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¿Quién es Takefusa Kubo?

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Conoce a Takefusa Kubo, el último intento del Real Madrid de dominar el futuro.

Nacido en el 2001 (18 años), de nacionalidad japonesa y con pasado en las categorías inferiores del FC Barcelona, Kubo no es más que el jugador con mayor proyección del país nipón. Y una de las promesas más atractivas en el fútbol mundial.

Ya tiene experiencia como profesional, pues ha sido la sensación del FC Tokyo en la actual temporada del fútbol japonés. Además, también formará parte de su selección (en la que ya debutó) en la Copa América, siendo el jugador más joven de la competencia.

Sí, un CV casi impensado para un adolescente. Ahora veamos como juega.

Un japonés en Madrid

Takefusa Kubo iniciará en el Real Madrid Castilla su viaje por el club blanco. Sin embargo, conociendo sus características, el proyecto de Florentino Pérez y las vueltas que da el fútbol, no será una locura verlo en algún partido de Copa del Rey durante la 19/20.

Aunque primero habrá que ver cómo se afronte este nuevo formato, pero ese ya es otro tema…

Kubo juega como extremo derecho siendo la izquierda su pierna de preferencia. Es decir, juega a perfil cambiado para atacar el carril central y encontrar mejor ángulo de remate al perfilarse.

Tiene regate, velocidad y, sobre todo, atrevimiento producto de las dos primeras.

En la J1 League (primera división de Japón), una liga con mucho orden táctico, su irreverencia era uno de los factores que más lo hacía destacar. Con dribles y regates destruía líneas de marca.

En España el ritmo es más rápido. Y eso definirá su adaptación (o no) a la élite europea.

Detalles de la operación

El japonés llegó como agente libre al Real Madrid, rechazando una ampliación de contrato por parte del FC Tokyo y un llamado del FC Barcelona, club donde militó con 10 años y cuya experiencia se vio finalizada por la sanción de FIFA producto de fichajes de menores.

Los culés lo querían de vuelta, pero los blancos se entrometieron y el resto es historia…

Kubo ganará 1.2 millones de euros al año (varias veces más que el sueldo ofrecido por el clásico rival), firmando así un contrato que lo vincula al club por cinco años.

Y ya para ese tiempo sabremos cómo resultó todo; si hubo cesiones o no, si logró debutar o no y se convertirá en la próxima gran promesa del fútbol mundial… O no.

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Sevilla beat Liverpool 2-1 and keep 100% in preseason friendlies

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Sevilla keep their 100% in the pre-season friendlies as they beat Liverpool 2-1 on Sunday night. Nolito and Alejandro Pozo scored for the Spaniards in the match held in Boston, as Origi cashed for the Reds. Jurgen Klopp sent a mixed-up team to the pitch, as he doesn’t have their front-three nor his goalkeeper available.

Liverpool started the game with Lonergan, Van Dijk, Robertson, Alexander-Arnold, Philips, Wijnaldum, Henderson, Wilson, Chamberlain, Woodburn, and Origi. Sevilla took to the field Sergio Rico, Daniel Carrico, Diego Carlos, Reguilon, Jesus Navas, Banega, Fernando, Ocampos, Joan Jordan, Nolito, and De Jong.

With 37 minutes on the clock, Sevilla opened the scoring: Nolito received down the left and slotted a wonderful goal straight into Lonergan’s top corner. 1-0 Sevilla.

Seemed like the first half would end up like this, but Origi capitalized on a loose ball to level the match. 1-1 with 44 minutes on the clock.

Sevilla even lost Joris Gnagnon for a red card after a disgusting foul on Liverpool’s Larouci. When everyone thought the game was faded to this 1-1, 10-man Sevilla bright as at 90 minutes, Munir made a good move on the left and rolled in the middle for the young Pozo. He controlled the ball, rounded goalkeeper Mignolet and fired home into the empty nets. 2-1 Sevilla.

This was the fourth friendly played by Sevilla in the pre-season. And the fourth victory. The Spaniard had beaten Simba (Tanzania) by 5-4, Reading by 2-1 and Dallas by 3-1. The club has three more scheduled games: against Hoffenheim and Granada.

Meanwhile, Liverpool have also reached four friendlies played in that pre-season. The Reds defeated Tranmere Rovers 6-0 and Bradford City 3-1 but got beaten by Borussia Dortmund on Friday, 3-2. The Reds now have games against Sporting, Napoli, and Lyon.

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Harry Kane Puskas’ Goal Guarantees Spurs 3-2 Win Over Juventus

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Anthological! Thus should be defined the Harry Kane’s goal on Sunday morning in Singapore, which guaranteed the 3-2 Spurs triumph against Juventus in the International Champions Cup. After the 2-2 draw was kept until the last minutes, the English striker surprised the goalkeeper Szczesny and brought the stadium to madness! Before Kane’s masterpiece, Erik Lamela, Lucas Moura, Gonzalo Higuain, and Cristiano Ronaldo scored.

We can say that the game was friendly only on paper. With much intensity, Tottenham dominated the first half and built the advantage through Lamela, who capitalized on a rebounded ball by Buffon.

The Spurs were better during the first half, but it seemed like the London club did not come back to the pitch up to score more goals. Smart Maurizio Sarri introduced Higuain as Juventus quickly fired back. With 15 minutes into the second half, the Italians completed the comeback through Higuain himself, and the Portuguese star CR7.

Pochettino introduced Lucas Moura, as the Brazilian showed opportunism to leave everything the same. 2-2.

When everything seemed solved, Kane took out the unpredictable from the hat and wrapped up the game in an absurd goal from the midfield.

Lucas won the ball in his defensive half and played with Kane, who, in a mad-moment, took the risk to attempt from down the midfield. The ball made all the way into the net, looping over Szczesny, who even tried to save it, but he wasn’t really expecting that. None of us were, to be honest. 3-2 Tottenham.

After losing to the Spurs, Juventus will face Inter Milan next Wednesday and Atletico Madrid on August 10.

Meanwhile, the Spurs have three more scheduled preseason appointments. For the International Champions Cup, Tottenham will take Manchester United and Inter Milan. Between the two games, Pochettino leads the team against Real Madrid on 30 July in another friendly tournament.

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Dortmund beat Liverpool 3-2 in a friendly in the US

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Borussia Dortmund defeated Liverpool 3-2 on Friday in a preseason friendly match at the University of Notre Dame Stadium in Indiana, United States. Paco Alcacer, Thomas Delaney and Jacob Larsen scored for the German team, as youngsters Harry Wilson and Rhian Brewster, discounted for the European Champions.

As expected, the two teams started out with a lot of reserves in the field and changed all the players in the second half. Unlike the German team, which already has a large part of the squad available, Liverpool still cannot count with a few key players such as Congolese Naby Keita, Senegalese Sadio Mane, the Egyptian King, Mohamed Salah, and Brazilians Roberto Firmino, and Alisson Becker.

This was Liverpool’s third friendly, as they had beaten Tranmere Rovers 6-0 and then beat Bradford City 3-1 before traveling to the United States.

Borussia got their second win in the preseason two days after beating American side Seattle Sounders 3-1.

So let’s get into the game. Under the hot weather at Indiana, manager Jurgen Klopp’s former club Borussia opened the scoring in just three minutes into the game, with the Spanish Paco Alcacer taking advantage of poor defense from the English defense.

At 34, the Brazilian Fabinho played with Ryan Kent, who did the light-cut and left Harry Wilson in conditions to level the game. 1-1.

In the second half, Borussia again was quick to return to the lead with a goal scored by Thomas Delaney with 53 on the clock.

Shortly after, at 58, Jacob Larsen expanded to the German team.

Liverpool even responded at 75, as captain Jordan Henderson let Rhian Brewster take the Penalty which he scored, but it wasn’t enough to equalize it. 3-2 Dortmund.

Well, it was a good win for Dortmund, who beat the European Champions. As for Liverpool, there’s no better time to lose games than now. It’s preferable to lose all the preseason matches and go unbeaten in the Premier League to win the title.

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