J3 Review: AC Nagano Parceiro 1-4 Fujieda MYFC

I still can’t believe it. I actually cannot believe it. I’m still in shock after hearing the result and I imagine most Fujieda fans are too! Tsugutoshi Oishi scored all 4 (four), yes four, goals to single-handedly secure MYFC’s first win of the season, with a 4-1 win over AC Nagano Parceiro.

Starting XI before the match

After last week’s substitutions made all the difference in earning the 2-2 draw with FC Ryukyu, manager Musashi Mizushima unsurprisingly made changes to his starting eleven.

He reverted back to a 4-4-2 system, after two weeks of play with just one striker. Out went Yuta Kutsukake, Hiroki Narabayashi, Takahisa Nishiyama. In came last Sunday’s game subs Takahiro Tanio and Tsugutoshi Oishi. Daijirou Okuda also came in for his first start of the season, with Masato Mizuki dropping back into defence.

Parceiro started the game with an offensive 4-3-3 system, with prolific striker Yuji Unozawa leading the line up top.

Takahiro Tanio running down the line

Other games this season have often been blighted with Fujieda conceding early goals but this week it was the opposite. Within six minutes, Oishi had given Fujieda the lead. His first goal in J3, coming in his first start.

He didn’t stop there however, as nine minutes later, the 24 year old doubled both his and Fujieda’s tally to make it 0-2.

Oishi now in brilliant form, waiting just 16 more minutes to complete his hat-trick, with his third goal coming in the 31st minute.

Tsugutoshi Oishi after one of his goals

A quite sensational hat-trick from Oishi and you have to wonder, why didn’t he start in any of the first three games of the season?

At half time Kazushi Uchida came on for Mitsuru Mansho at centre back to make sure Fujieda held onto their three goal lead. By this point Parceiro were making the second substitution.

However, MYFC did more than hold their lead, as in the 52 minute, the former FC Kariya man Oishi, extended Fujieda’s lead to four goals as he scored his fourth of the game.

Oishi can’t believe he has scored four goals!

Two minutes later though, Parceiro pulled one back through  half time sub Naoki Hatada. Maybe Fujieda were being a little bit complacent – but who can blame then when they are 4-0 up away to last year’s JFL champions.

Oishi was then subbed in the 65th minute, just to give the home team a break otherwise the scoreline may have reached double figures with the form the striker was in. He was replaced by Yuichiro Edamoto, who came on to make his debut.

The single goal from Hatada was all the hosts could manage, meaning the match ended in a resounding 1-4 scoreline to the visitors.

AC Nagano Parceiro (4-3-3) – Tanaka; Takano, Matsubara, Oshima, Nishiguchi; Arinaga, Mukai (Hatada 45′), Ohashi (Nowaza 75′); Takahashi (Kutsumata 36′), Unozawa, Sato

Fujieda MYFC (4-4-2) – Park; Ando, Mansho (Uchida 45′), Mizuki, Okuda; Tanio, Hashimoto, Sato, Marumoto (Nakatsuru 50′); Hisatomi (Nishiyama 82′), Oishi (Edamoto 65′)

Scorers: Oishi 6′, 15′, 31′, 52′, Hatada 54′

Attendance: 1,655

Next match: Fukushima United (home) 06/04/14

Wow. There’s all that can be send. Hopefully Tsugutoshi Oishi will keep up his goalscoring form and really fire Fujieda up the league now. After that win today, Fujieda are now 8th in the table.


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