Zambia started the game with a pretty slick and capable of making Alberto Zaccheroni's men behind two goals in advance, each passing lesatan Chris Katongo in 9 minutes, and 20 minutes later Nathan Sinkala.
Japan finally able to minimize the position thanks to Keisuke Honda's penalty in the 40th minute intervals while making the first game ended with the score 2-1 for excellence African representative.
Returning from the locker room, the Blue Samurai direct hit to keep pace. Unfortunately some opportunities still failed to penetrate the goal guarded Toaster Nsabata Zambia.
After continuously terrorize defenses Zambia, Nippon finally able to equalize the score goal by Manchester United, Shinji Kagawa in the 74th minute.
In fact, the Japanese managed to turn things around after one minute later they were back in Zambia goalkeeper, again AC Milan star, Honda became actors.
Honey advantage should be lost because Zambia managed to score a draw with a goal back Lubamba Musonda one minute ahead of normal time ended.
After the fight will likely end in a draw, Yoshito Okubo emerged as the hero with a goal in injury time. Japan also ended the game with a 4-3 victory.
These results would be positive for Japan's capital before challenging the Ivory Coast in their opening match of the 2014 World Cup group stage, 15 June.