Before the final of the J League Cup, one of the three major soccer titles in Japan, will be held on the 30th, the players of Nagoya Grampus and Cerezo Osaka will talk about their enthusiasm.

The J-League Cup is one of the three major soccer titles in Japan, along with the league match and the Emperor's Cup. In the final on the 30th, Grampus, who is aiming for the first victory, and Cerezo, who is aiming for the second victory for the first time in four years, will face each other.

The players of both teams practiced for one hour each at the match venue Saitama Stadium on the 29th, and in the first 15 minutes released to the press, they were in good condition by running and passing.

Then, at the press conference after the practice, Yoichiro Kakitani of the Grampus said, "Cerezo is also the place where I grew up and came to the Grampus, based on the fact that it was a match against the old nest that had been enrolled for more than 10 years until last season. I don't think I would have had this exciting experience without it. I'm really looking forward to it, but first of all, I want to put my feelings aside and devote all my energy to winning the team. "

Meanwhile, former Japan national team Takashi Inui, who returned to Cerezo from an overseas club in the middle of this season, said, "I wanted to come back to Cerezo and win the title with this team. I didn't expect a chance to come so soon. But tomorrow wants to win and share the joy. "

The J-League Cup final will start after 1:00 pm on the 30th.