Fernando Torres and ANDRES Iniesta made their debut in J-League, and both got defeated in Japanese football. Both the players are the winner of the Spanish World Cup and this summer they have been moving to the Far East following the calling time on their career with club in Europe. But, by registering defeat in the match, neither of them was able to begin to life in the J-League as they wanted to because their teams got defeated on their first appearances itself.
And in spite of coming on in the second half, Iniesta was unable avoiding his team from crashing down to a shocking score of 3-0 the home defeat. Iniesta was accompanied by Torres to Japan. Torres makes the decision to take to call time on his career in Europe. He decided this at the time, at the end of last season that is at the time when he left Atletico Madrid. He is also 34-years-old; his decision to sign for struggling Sagan Tosu was a surprise to many. He took this decision at the beginning of this month, moving out of Japan last week.
Torres was straight drafted into the Matchday team for their home match along with mid-table Vegalta Sendai, though like Iniesta he begins on the bench.