When did Keisuke Honda join the football team?

Honda officially joined the team on 4 January 2014 on a contract lasting until June 2017 and wore the number 10 jersey. On 12 January 2014, Honda made his debut coming on as a substitute for Robinho in a 4–3 Serie A defeat to Sassuolo.

What did Keisuke Honda do in the 2010 World Cup?

Honda scored the only goal in Japan’s 2010 FIFA World Cup match against Cameroon, finishing off Daisuke Matsui’s cross into the top left corner of the net. His performance in the game gained him the Man of the Match Award from FIFA and the 1-0 victory was Japan’s first World Cup triumph on foreign soil.

Where did Honda FC play in the past?

Honda F.C., having played in the old Japan Soccer League in the past but never contending for the title, has in 2007 given some J1 teams a run for their money in the Emperor’s Cup, reaching the quarterfinals after disposing of former champions Kashiwa Reysol and top contenders Nagoya Grampus (their first quarterfinals since 1991).

Who was in the FIFA Confederations Cup squad of 2013?

Scolari named his 23-man squad on 14 May 2013. On 7 June, Leandro Damião withdrew from the squad with a thigh injury and was replaced by Jô. Zaccheroni announced his 23-man squad on 5 June 2013.

What kind of kit does AC Milan wear?

The AC Milan home jersey is instantly recognisable to football fans around the world. Featuring red and black stripes, the kit is completed with either white or black shorts and black socks. The origins of the famous Milan home strip can be traced back to an Englishman called Herbert Kilpin, who was one of the original founders of the club in 1899.

When did Keisuke Honda score his first brace?

Honda scored his first brace playing for Milan in a 3–1 away win against Verona on 19 October. On 21 May 2017, Honda scored against Bologna winning the game and thus qualifying Milan to the Europa League for the first time since the 2013–14 season from a free kick.

When did Keisuke Honda move to CSKA Moscow?

At the end of December 2009, Honda transferred to Russian club CSKA Moscow. Honda signed a 4-year contract. The transfer fee was undisclosed, but VVV-Venlo was said to be very content with the fee as it almost matched their asking price; it is believed to be in the region of €6 million.