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Okada already focusing on the Dutch

Japan coach Takeshi Okada refused to get carried away by his team's historic FIFA World Cup™ win over Cameroon, saying he had his sights firmly set on the next match. The Blues' 1-0 win in Bloemfontein was their first FIFA World Cup victory on foreign soil and puts them in a strong position in Group E behind early pace-setters and strong favourites the Netherlands.

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kingdavid2361d ago

Keep it tight and they should be alright. As long as kuyt is playing, theres always hope!

topdawg1222361d ago

I really liked Elia playing on the left for the Dutch, such speed! He can eat some of these Japanese alive on the wings and so can Kuyt. On the other hand, Honda looks very impressive for the Japanese and can maybe make something happen up front.