Japan midfielder Kaoru Mitoma has scored in two consecutive Premier League games and has been given top marks by the local media in Brighton.
Kaoru Mitoma has been playing in the Premier League since the beginning of the season. He scored his first goal for Japan against Arsenal on November 9 (3-1 in the League Cup), and he scored his first goal for Japan at the World Cup in Qatar as a member of the national team.
After representing Japan at the Qatar World Cup, he scored his first league goal against Arsenal (2-4) in the first game of the Premier League season. In the following game against Everton (4-1), he scored the first goal from a brilliant one-touch move, and he has found the net in two consecutive games.
The Brighton players were all praised for their performances, and Sussex World scored a score for each of them. The team’s top scorer, Mitoma, scored “9” out of 10.
What a player! Another top performance. He was playing with Paterson, Everton’s young side-back. He scored the first goal with a cool finish from a direct run. He missed some close shots, but once again he was at his most brilliant at Brighton.”
“Sky Sports” also gave him a rating of “8,” tied for the highest, along with 18-year-old Evan Ferguson, who scored the second goal.