J1 Matchweek 19 Recap: Marinos put on show at National Stadium

J1 Matchweek 19 Recap: Marinos put on show at National Stadium

Matchweek 19 gave us goals and thrills. Here are all the results from J1:

Shimizu S-Pulse 3, Yokohama F·Marinos 5

Léo Ceará continued his outstanding run of form with a hat trick to lead high-flying Marinos to yet another win that keeps them top of the table.

Kashiwa Reysol 1, Kashima Antlers 2

Reysol and Kashima traded goals and look destined to a draw until Yuma Suzuki drew a late penalty that Everaldo finished as Antlers kept pace in the title race.

Cerezo Osaka 1, Kawasaki Frontale 2

Shogo Taniguchi scored first, but Cerezo responded with a goal from Kakeru Funaki before Jean Patric won the game in stoppage time for a super Sakura victory.

Sanfrecce Hiroshima 3, Júbilo Iwata 0

Hayao Araki, Sho Sasaki and Tsukasa Morishima all scored in a dominating performance that has the Viola up to fourth place.

Sagan Tosu 0, Vissel Kobe 2

Yoshinori Muto scored two goals late on to deliver Vissel a massive three points in Takayuki Yoshida’s first game as the Ushi’s new boss.

F.C.Tokyo 2, Avispa Fukuoka 2

Avispa scored first and last, but F.C.Tokyo tallied for a pair in between to split the points in a thriller at Ajinomoto Stadium.

Kyoto Sanga 2, Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo 1

A red card forced Consa to play down a man for 75 minutes and Sanga scored early through Peter Utaka and Takumi Miyayoshi late to take all three points.

Gamba Osaka 1, Urawa Reds 1

Alexander Scholz struck again, this time in stoppage time to earn Urawa a dramatic draw that stretched their unbeaten run to four matches.

Shonan Bellmare 0, Nagoya Grampus 0

Shonan and Nagoya traded possession and shots, but neither could break through for a goal.