Cup Quarter-Finals saw the top 8 teams of the
20 team draw come head to head to see which team
would emerge as 2010 Valencia Fives champions.
We had 3 nations still with a chance of grabbing
glory so would it be Japan , England or Spain
celebrating at 5pm this evening? Only time would
first Quarter-Final saw Samurai Japan take on
Bridge House B. The Japanese team, on their eurofootballfives.com
debut, were one of the most impressive teams in
the morning group stage. Their performances had
attracted many plaudits and admirers so far. Their
opponents had finished second in Group B just
3 points behind FC Radbroke with a record of 2
wins, 1 draw and 1 defeat – they had a tough ask
in this match.
Japan continued their morning form and equaled
their best performance of the day with a 5-0 victory.
The Japanese team hit two second half goals to
add to three in the first half. As they had done
so all day, Samurai Japan shared all the goals
around with Naohiro Watanabe scoring twice and
a goal each for Kenya Matsumoto, Gaku Sato and
House B were out but they were unlucky to get
such a tough Quarter-Final draw and they had done
well with no substitutes to rely on and give the
starting five a breather.