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Oman 1 – Japan 2 (2014 World Cup qualifier, November 14, 2012) Oman fell 1-down in the 20th minute when Hiroshi Kiyotake notched his first international goal with a close range finish. With just over ten minutes to play Oman equalised as Ahmed Kano’s free-kick took a deflection and found its way into the back Japan’s net. The match had an epic finale as Japan snatched a late winner through Shinji Okazaki following a super cross from Endo.
- Updated: November 14, 2012