Soccer: 5-goal Kawasaki thrash Urawa to stay atop J1 table

Three goals within four second-half minutes paved the way for Kawasaki Frontale’s 5-0 mauling of Urawa Reds in the J-League first division on Sunday, the defending champions staying top of the table with six wins from seven games. Nagoya Grampus were only a point behind with a game in hand after Sho Inagaki’s 59th-minute effort from the edge of the box secured them a 1-0 win at 10-men Kashima Antlers and continued their best start to a campaign with six straight wins — four by 1-0. Kawasaki, who dropped their first points on Wednesday on a late equalizer at Vissel Kobe, went ahead at Saitama …

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