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Top most famous players of Asian football (Part 3)

3. Shinji Kagawa

Is a Japanese professional soccer player playing for German club Borussia Dortmund and the Japanese national team. Kagawa started his professional career at home with Cerezo Osaka before joining Borussia Dortmund in 2010. Kagawa signed on a four-year contract for Manchester United. Two years later, he returned to Dortmund. A scoring midfielder, he is known for his “vision, technique, movement and ingenious path”. Kagawa holds the record for most appearances and goals by a Japanese player in UEFA club competitions.

Since making his international debut in May 2008, he has won more than 80 debuts. On November 29, 2012, Kagawa was named the Asian Football Federation International Player of the Year.

4. Atsuto Uchida

As a Japanese professional soccer player, who plays for J1 League club Kashima Antlers and the Japanese national soccer team as a right-back.

He is considered to be the best full-back in Japanese football. Uchida, with the Shalker 04 club, won the German Super Cup in 2010/2011. He also won the AFC football cup with the Japanese soccer team in 2011.

5. Tim Cahill

Is an Australian professional football player who plays for Jamshedpur FC in the Indian Super League and Australian national team. Previously, he played for Millwall, Everton, New York Red Bulls, Shanghai Shenhua, Hangzhou Greentown and Melbourne City. Cahill played as an attacking midfielder, but has also played as a transition on many occasions. A Box-to-box midfielder, Cahill has a style of play

Cahill is Australia’s top scorer, scoring 50 goals in 107 matches since 2004. [4] He was the first Australian to score at a World Cup. Cahill has scored in three World Cups (2006, 2010, 2014) and has scored the most of any Australian in the World Cup with five. In 2007, he became the first Australian player to score at the AFC Asian Cup. Cahill is known for his expertise with virtuous tactical vision, long range ability, abundant physical strength and tactical adaptations, Cahill has scored many goals with his head. He is famous for his way of eating the goal with the posture of boxing against the corner flag.

Cahill has for many years been in the main team of Everton, helping the team maintain an important position for a Europa League place on the Premier League rankings. In the Australian team colors, he was with the team that won the AFC Asian Cup Championship in 2015.

Cahill scored three goals in the 2014 World Cup qualifying campaign as Australia reached the third in a row.

On 5 March 2014, in a pre-World Cup friendly against Ecuador, Cahill became Australia’s top scorer with 31 goals, scoring twice in a 3-4 loss.

Cahill scored the only Australian goal in his opening match against Chile on June 13, 2014. England and the Portuguese stars are: Cristiano Ronaldo, Mexican defender Rafael Márquez, Dutch player Robin van Persie and Arjen Robben, German players Miroslav Klose and American Clint Dempsey are the only players to score in three consecutive World Cups: the 2006, 2010 and 2014 World Cups.