Japan's Takefusa Kubo Scores Freak 'Quadruple Nutmeg' Goal Against Jamaica And It's Blowing People's Minds

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Japan's Takefusa Kubo Scores Freak 'Quadruple Nutmeg' Goal Against Jamaica And It's Blowing People's Minds

Japan forward Takefusa Kubo nutmegged FOUR [I repeat, FOUR] players to score a quite remarkable goal in a friendly clash against Jamaica - and many are saying they have never anything like it before.

The talented 20-year-old, who will be hoping to break into Real Madrid's first team in the coming months after an impressive loan spell at Getafe, has been on international duty with Samurai Blue's U24 side this weekend.

Japan secured a dominant 4-0 win against their opponent's thanks to goals from Wataru Endo, Ayase Ueda and Ritsu Doan, but it was Kubo's unusual opener that grabbed the headlines. Have you seen anything like this before?


Kubo cuts in from the right-wing before unleashing a powerful drive that somehow goes through the legs of four Jamaica players before nestling into the back of the net.

This might just go down as the most unusual goal of the season to date.


It has been an extremely positive week for Japan's U24 side ahead of the upcoming Olympic Games next month. Last weekend, they secured an emphatic 6-0 win against Ghana.

And on Tuesday night, the impressive Asian side secured a dominant 4-0 win in their second clash against Ghana at the Best Denki Stadium in Fukuoka.

That man Kubo once again found himself on the scoresheet with another great finish.


Have you ever seen a 'quadruple nutmeg' goal before? Do you think Kubo should start for Real Madrid next season under Carlo Ancelotti?

Let us know in the comments.

Topics: olympic games, Jamaica, Japan, Real Madrid

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