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Kennedy again on target for Nagoya Grampus

Josh Kennedy scored his fourth goal in five matches for J-League club Nagoya Grampus as they accounted for JEF United Chiba 2-0 last night. Grampus had suffered two defeats on the trot and were looking to end that run against JEF United Chiba at Fukuda Denshi Arena.

The Australian international kept his brilliant start to his Grampus career rolling along with a goal in the 24th minute before Japan's Keiji Tamada wrapped up the contest with fifteen minutes remaining.

The result pushed Nagoya to 11th on the table whilst Eddy Bosnar's JEF United remain in 16th place.

Andrew Slevison
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