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Kagawa on target as Japan put four past New Zealand

Japan scored four times in the opening 13 minutes during the 4-2 defeat of New Zealand in a friendly in Tokyo. Shinji Okazaki began and ended the host's scoring. Manchester United midfielder Shinji Kagawa struck from the penalty spot and Masato Morishige was also on the scoresheet.

"We played well for the first 30 minutes and were able to execute our game plan," Japan coach Alberto Zaccheroni said.

"After that, our pace slowed and New Zealand made a game of it."

Both All Whites goals came from Leicester forward Chris Wood, in the 39th and 75th minutes.

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