Asian side, Japan continue to showcase that they could pose some threat for any top teams in upcoming 2014 World Cup after grabbing a draw against Netherlands this weekend. Both teams were keen on making positive signs by snatching a victory from that friendly encounter as they prepare for the real battle next year.
Louis Van Gaal side got things going earlier with Rafael van der Vaart opening the scoring after just 12 minutes of play. Bayern Munich star, Arjen Robben showing his qualities by grabbing Netherlands' second on 39 minutes. However, the Japanese didn't give up easily as they fought back and managed to reduce the damage before half time break through Yuya Osako's effort.
The Asian giant eventually got themselves back on level terms when Kesisuke Honda grabbed his team's second on 60 minutes. No more goals were scored after that as both teams were forced to settle for a 2-2 draw.