Spain's World Cup-winning striker Fernando Torres ended a glittering 18-year career on Friday with his final match for J-League club Sagan Tosu.
Fernando Torres hung up his boots on Friday with the final game of his illustrious 18-year career coming against an old teammate.
The Spaniard had failed to find the target in seven previous league games but scored one and created the other two in a vital 3-0 win.
Sagan Tosu won 3-0 with Torres scoring the third goal after 84 minutes.
Fernando Torres may still be seeking a first goal in Japan but the Spanish striker is encouraged by the upturn in Sagan Tosu's results.
Iniesta was a second-half substitute for Vissel Kobe's 3-0 loss, while Torres couldn't prevent Sagan Tosu - who are second-bottom - from losing 1-0.
Fernando Torres' new team, Sagan Tosu, play in a small city well off the world footballing map. The Spain World Cup winner aims to change all that.
Torres was part of Spain's 2010 World Cup and Euro 2012 winning squads and scored 38 goals in 110 appearances for his country.
The J.League suffered a mishap when their official website published an article confirming that Fernando Torres' transfer to Saga Tosu was done.
Kamada has scored three goals and set up a further two in 16 matches in Japan in the current J-League season.
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