On the 23rd of the Spanish first division soccer league, Getafe's Takefusa Kubo made a full appearance in the final match of the season against Granada in the away.

The match was a 0-0 draw and the team finished the season in 15th place with 38 points.

Kubo played for Villarreal in the first half of the season and joined Getafe in January.

He participated in a total of 31 league games and scored one goal.

Bologna's Takehiro Tomiyasu made a full appearance in the final match of the season against Juventus at home in the Italian First Division.

The team lost 1 to 4 and finished the season in 12th place with 41 points.

The final round of the Belgian First Division was held, and Genk's Junya Ito played away against Club Brugge until the 13th minute of the second half of 0-0.

The team won 2 to 1.

The final round of the English Premier League was held, and Southampton's Takumi Minamino started the away game against West Ham in the forward direction and played until the 17th minute of the second half.

The team lost 0-3.

Minamino, who transferred from Liverpool for a limited time in February, played in 19 league games this season and scored three goals.

The final round of the French 1st division was held, and Marseille, to which Yuto Nagatomo and Hiroki Sakai belong, drew one-on-one with Mess away.

Nagatomo participated in the second half of the 21st minute, and Sakai was off the bench due to a knee injury.

Eiji Kawashima of Strasbourg made a full appearance in the home game against Lorient, who drew one-on-one.

Naomichi Ueda of Neem, who was relegated to the second division in the previous section, played away against Rennes until the 25th minute of the second half, and the team lost 0-2.

In addition, former Japan national team Shinji Okazaki said on his Instagram on the 23rd, "I will not play in Huesca next season, but I like Huesca and I want to continue to support the region, clubs and environment. He announced his intention to leave the club that had been demoted from the first division of Spain.

Okazaki contributed to Huesca's return to the first division by scoring 12 goals last season, but this season he only scored one goal and the team was 18th out of 20 teams.