Jubilo score after 53 seconds but end up losing to Omiya; Nagoya move 6th with 3-2 Cerezo win

Jubilo Iwata 1 – Omiya Ardija 2 (J-League, June 22, 2011) Jubilo got off to a brilliant start as the scored inside 53 seconds as striker Ryoichi Maeda finished off the hosts first attack of the match, The lead was short-lived though as Kazuhiro Murakami levelled on the quarter hour for Omiya, and the visitors snatched all three points following Jun Kanakubo’s 90th minute winner.

Cerezo Osaka 2 – Nagoya Grampus Eight 3 (J-League, June 22, 2011) Ryota Isomura put Nagoya ahead stabbing in a free-kick after 13 minutes, but Cerezo levelled in the 43rd minute when Rodrigo Pimpao broke down the inside right channel and drilled a low shot into the far corner. The lead last less than a minute however, as Nagoya raced up the other end with Keiji Tamada whacking in the visitors’ second.. It was 3-1 Nagoya midway through the second period when Joshua Kennedy converted his second penalty in as many matches. Takashi Inui netted in injury time consolation for Osaka.

Yokohama F.Marinos 1 – Albirex Niigata 0 (J-League, June 22, 2011) Shingo Hyodo’s 32nd minute penalty proved decisive.

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