Asian giant, Japan failed to pick up a positive result on their latest friendly fixture as Javier Aguirre's men were beaten by Uruguay.
After a quite disappointing World Cup 2014 campaign, Blue Samurai squad were keen on restarting their international football campaign in a positive manner under new boss Aguirre.
However, it was far from a comfortable start for Japan as they were facing strong Uruguay side, that still provide many threats even without Luis Suarez.
The South American outfit got themselves in front through an effort from Edinson Cavani on 34 minutes.
In the second half, Japan tried to improve their performance as they're keen on getting back on level terms.
However, instead of snatching an equalizer, Japan found themselves in more trouble when Uruguay doubling their lead through Abel Hernandez on 71 minutes.