2015 Japanese Super Cup

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2015 Japanese Super Cup
Date28 February 2015
Venue Nissan Stadium, Yokohama
Referee Yudai Yamamoto
Attendance47,666
2014
2016

The 2015 Japanese Super Cup was held on 28 February 2015 between the 2014 J.League champions Gamba Osaka and the 2014 J.League runner-up Urawa Red Diamonds.

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This was both clubs' third encounter in the Super Cup, Urawa having won in 2006 and Gamba in 2007. Gamba won the match 2-0 after a goal each by Takashi Usami and Patric. [1]

Match

Gamba Osaka 2 0 Urawa Red Diamonds
Usami Soccerball shade.svg 68'
Patric Soccerball shade.svg 90+3'
Summary
Nissan Stadium, Yokohama
Attendance: 47,666
Referee: Flag of Japan.svg Yudai Yamamoto
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Gamba Osaka
GK1 Flag of Japan.svg Masaaki Higashiguchi
CB5 Flag of Japan.svg Daiki Niwa
CB8 Flag of Japan.svg Keisuke Iwashita
RB22 Flag of South Korea.svg Oh Jae-suk
LB4 Flag of Japan.svg Hiroki Fujiharu
CM7 Flag of Japan.svg Yasuhito Endō (c)
CM17 Flag of Japan.svg Tomokazu Myojin Yellow card.svg 34'
RM11 Flag of Japan.svg Shu Kurata
LM19 Flag of Japan.svg Kotaro Omori Sub off.svg 90'
CF24 Flag of Japan.svg Shingo Akamine Sub off.svg 63'
CF39 Flag of Japan.svg Takashi Usami Sub off.svg 78'
Substitutes:
GK16 Flag of Japan.svg Ken Tajiri
CB6 Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Jung-ya
RB14 Flag of Japan.svg Koki Yonekura
RM13 Flag of Japan.svg Hiroyuki Abe Sub on.svg 90'
DM33 Flag of Japan.svg Shōhei Ogura
CF9 Flag of Brazil.svg Lins Sub on.svg 78'
CF29 Flag of Brazil.svg Patric Yellow card.svg 90'Sub on.svg 63'
Manager:
Flag of Japan.svg Kenta Hasegawa
Urawa Red Diamonds
GK1 Flag of Japan.svg Shusaku Nishikawa
CB4 Flag of Japan.svg Daisuke Nasu Sub off.svg 87'
CB5 Flag of Japan.svg Tomoaki Makino
CB46 Flag of Japan.svg Ryota Moriwaki Yellow card.svg 86'
DM8 Flag of Japan.svg Yōsuke Kashiwagi
DM22 Flag of Japan.svg Yuki Abe (c)
RM14 Flag of Japan.svg Tadaaki Hirakawa
LM24 Flag of Japan.svg Takahiro Sekine Yellow card.svg 11'
AM7 Flag of Japan.svg Tsukasa Umesaki Yellow card.svg 48'Sub off.svg 72'
AM31 Flag of Japan.svg Toshiyuki Takagi Sub off.svg 56'
CF29 Flag of Japan.svg Tadanari Lee
Substitutes:
GK23 Flag of Japan.svg Nao Iwadate
RB2 Flag of Japan.svg Kenichi Kaga
DM16 Flag of Japan.svg Takuya Aoki
DM18 Flag of Japan.svg Shuto Kojima
DM13 Flag of Japan.svg Keita Suzuki Sub on.svg 87'
CF21 Flag of Slovenia.svg Zlatan Ljubijankić Sub on.svg 56'
SS19 Flag of Japan.svg Yuki Muto Sub on.svg 72'
Manager:
Flag of Serbia.svg Mihailo Petrović

Statistics

StatisticGamba OsakaUrawa Red Diamonds
Goals scored20
Possession37%63%
Shots on target42
Shots off target25
Corner kicks43
Fouls2418
Offsides01
Yellow cards23
Red cards00
Source: [2]

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