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Gamba Osaka were denied the opportunity to go the top of J League after substitute Atsushi Yanagisawa's last-gasp strike rescued a 1-1 draw for Vegalta Sendai. The high-flyers could have gone to live in the summit on the division using a win - every day and night at the least, with Urawa Red Diamonds doing his thing on Monday - since they have a superior goal impact on their title rivals. They appeared on course for all those three points once they took the lead just after half-time through Kotaro Omori, but 68th-minute substitute Yanagisawa struck in added on time to go out of Gamba two points behind the league leaders.

Kawasaki Frontale slipped to fifth from the standings after suffering their fourth defeat in five matches as Kazuya Murata's last-minute goal gave struggling Shimizu S-Pulse a 3-2 victory. Frontale twice took charge - first through Akito Fukumori's ninth-minute effort and Yu Kobayashi's goal right before half-time - but those strikes were cancelled out by Mitsunari Musaka and Yasuhiro Yoshida. Murata then struck inside the closing stages to cap a fine comeback for Shimizu, who moved out from the bottom three with victory.

Kashima Antlers and Sagan Tosu capitalised on Frontale's defeat as both teams won 2-1 to advance around third and fourth inside standings respectively. Atsutaka Nakamura's strike just after the hour mark and Daigo Nishi's goal from time helped Kashima overcome Albirex Niigata, who took charge ahead of half-time through Musashi Suzuki.

Sagan also needed to are derived from behind and in addition they needed a brace from Yohei Toyoda from the final four minutes to edge out Vissel Kobe, who was missing ahead through Daisuke Ishizu's 76th-minute goal. First-half goals from Dudu and Leandro helped Kashiwa Reysol moved nearly sixth after having a 2-0 convince rock-bottom Tokushima Vortis.

Vantforet Kofu scored three goals in 11 second-half minutes while they hit to win 3-1 at Cerezo Osaka. Cacau's effort midway throughout the opening half position the hosts ahead, but Kohei Morita levelled in the 62nd minute, while Hideomi Yamamoto's penalty nine minutes later and Kazunari Hosaka's strike just after gave Kofu victory.

FC Tokyo twice originated from an ambition into draw 2-2 at Nagoya Grampus Eight. An own goal from Masato Morishige and Marcus Tanaka's effort had twice put Nagoya ahead, though the away side claimed a share in the spoils as a result of efforts from Edu and Yoshinori Muto. Finally, Satoru Yamagishi's strike 14 minutes from time helped Sanfrecce Hiroshima to a 1-1 draw at Omiya Ardija, who took an 11th-minute lead when Tsukasa Shiotani the subject of her own net.

— Tuesday, November 04, 2014