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Brazilian Patrick vented his frustration that he was an only Brazilian palyer who had not appeared yet until this game by playing full time and opened his goal account at Niigata. In the 18 mins he fired after he ran into the box and trapped the Suzuki's cross from left peferctly.
The rookie player put the ball home with diving head after DF Tomisawa won the left corner at the far side to head back.This is his 7th league game as he played all the game so far since he joined Niigata from the High school this season.
At the scoring scene, Kanpe-san(Tomisawa) headed the ball back well and I just tried to meet it. I felt it very slow as hangtime of the ball was long. I felt nervous. But Everyone tapped me and sadid "Conglaturations".
I wanted the team's victory more than my first goal so I could get myself back to the game by putting it behind.
2:Teruki Hara 18Y 260D :16 Apr. 2017 J1 against Kofu
Since they promoted in 2014 they spent 13 season without relegating and had 438 games.
Niigata had already won 149 games until the last season, it took 7 games to get the last win in this season.
50th Win: 26 Apr. 2017 J1 Game 8 vs Consadole Sapporo(1-0)
100th Win: 25 Aug. 2017 J1 Game 23 vs Kashima Antlers(1-0)
150th Win: 16 Apr. 2017 J1 Game 7 vs Ventforet Kofu(2-0)
Four of Albirex Niigata winter signings DF Tomisawa, MF Hara, Thiago Galhardo and FW Roni made the first appearance for the team in a J League opening game last weekend. Furthermore Roni, Galhardo and Hara made J League debut. As for Hara, He also opened his professionl appearance acccount.
In the game Tomisawa led to solid defense as a veteran player. Hara played full time with unrookielike calm performance. Roni threatened oppornets with his speed several times and assisted an Tanaka's equlizer from a counter attack. Galhardo played final 9 minutes as a substitute but showed his glimpse to us by passing thrugh ball to Roni.
Hope them to keep playing well for Niigata.
Records untlil last season unless stated.
J2 League Champions:2003
Record J1 Victory
5 Goals: 29th Sep. 2012 vs Nagoya at Big Swan(5-0)
Record J2 Victory
7 goals: 13 Sep. 2003 vs Yokohama FC at Fukushima Azuma Athletic Stadium(7-1)
Consecutive Wins at home(J1)
5 Games:From 31 Jul. 2013 to 14th Sep. 2013
Most fist team Goals
Most League Goals in season
19 Goals: Edmilson 2007
32 Goals:Marcus 2003 at J2
Most Goals per a game
Successive Goal Games
5 Games:Edmilson(Game19 to Game23 2005, Game28 to Game32 2007)
5 Games:Shingo Suzuki(Game19 to Gmae23 1999) at J2
Youngest Goal Scorer
18 years,186 days:Atomu Tanaka(8 Apr. 2006 against Kofu)
Olderst Goal Scorer
35 years, 299 days:Motohiro Yamaguchi(23 Nov. 2004 against Yokohama FM)
301:Isao Honma(4th May 2000-, incl.J2)
Most consecutive appearances
99 games:Yosuke Nozawa(Game6 2002 to Game1, 2nd stage 2004 incl.J2 games)
37 years, 14days: Hideaki Ozawa(31 Mar. 2012 against G. Osaka)
37 years, 36days: Katsuo Kanda(26 Jul. 2003 against Fukuoka at J2)
17 years, 355days: Gotoku Sakai(9th Mar 2009 against FC Tokyo)
Here are their Five Successive home wins
1:31th Jul. vs C. Osaka 1-0
2:3rd Aug. vs Shimizu Spulse 3-1
3:24th Aug. vs Kawasaki 2-1
4:28th Aug. vs Iwata 4-2
5:14th Sep. vs Omiya 1-0
New signing Roger Gaucho made his first goal for Albirex in yesterday's 4-2 comeback win against Iwata. In 85 minutes when Niigata led the game by 3-2, Roger made an indivisual goal from a counter attack. The Brazilian passed several defenders by dribbling from right frank into the center before he shot.
He doesn't look get used to Japanese football and haven't esterblished combination with his team mate yet.
But Hope this would transform his situation.
See Also, Players's info: Roger Gaucho