Sunday, November 13, 2005

J League results - 13 November

The J League of Japan is coming to a close. There are only four matches remaining for teams to prove themselves. Here are the results from this weekend.

SF Hiroshima 0 - 4 Oita Trinita
Gamba Osaka 2 - 1 Urawa Reds
Shimizu S-Pulse 0 - 1 Yokohama FM
Albirex Niigata 2 - 2 Kashiwa Reysol
Kawasaki Fr 3 - 1 Vissel Kobe

Tokyo Verdy 0 - 1 Cerezo Osaka
JEF Utd Chiba 2 - 2 Jubilo Iwata
Omiya Ardija 3 - 2 Nagoya Gr Eight
Kashima Antlers 1 - 1 FC Tokyo

After losing their last two games, Gamba Osaka beat a strong Urawa Reds squad to stay on top of the table. Kashima Antlers have to be disappointed to only get a point against FC Tokyo. If the Antlers want to make a move at Gamba, they need to stop walking away with ties (5 of their last 6 ended even). Cerezo Osaka have continued their winning ways by dismissing Tokyo Verdy. Gamba is still in charge of things, but just a couple bad games and they will not get the title.

Table
Pos. Team GP Pts
1 Gamba Osaka 30 - 57
2 Kashima Antl 30 - 54
3 Cerezo Osaka 30 - 53
4 Urawa Reds 30 - 50
5 JEF Utd Chib 30 - 50
6 Kawasaki Fr 30 - 49
7 Jubilo Iwata 30 - 45
8 SF Hiroshima 30 - 43
9 Yokohama FM 30 - 40
10 FC Tokyo 30 - 39
11 Oita Trinita 30 - 38
12 Albirex Niig 30 - 36
13 Nagoya Gr Ei 30 - 35
14 Omiya Ardija 30 - 34
15 Shimizu S-Pu 30 - 32
16 Kashiwa Reys 30 - 31
17 Tokyo Verdy 30 - 26
18 Vissel Kobe 30 - 21

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