Although both of the matches ended into a draw, but the performance of this Japanese player was satisfying.
In the match against Semen Padang, he even played straightforward. Collaborated with Leonard Tupamahu, Abdul Rachman, and Matheus Lopes, they were able to break some of the golden chances of Semen Padang.
With the absence of Ponaryo Astaman who leave for joining the AFC A coaching license course, Borneo FC recently had pointed some players to substitute, such as Lerby Eliandri, Patrich Wanggai, and Kunihiro Yamashita.
"In our two previous matches always ended with a 1-1 draw, actually I wanted for a victory. Moreover, recently I was chosen as the team's captain. I hope we will get a better result in our next games."said Kunihiro Yamashita.
The player who was born in Chiba, Japan on May 29th, thirty one years ago until the week 21 has collected 1620 minutes play. So far, he has scored one goal through a heading on the first week of 2017 Go-Jek Traveloka Liga 1 competition in the match against PS TNI at Pakansari Stadium, Bogor.
"We are trying hard to give our best performance, of course I and the rest of team want the best result for Borneo FC, we will work harder for that." ended the player who often nicknamed as "The Samurai". (AHS/KOK)