Japan's efforts at the 2015 Rugby World Cup were heroic, and it is cruel indeed when a team wins three out of four matches and still goes home at the end of the group stage. Yet there were plenty of lessons that Asian football teams can learn from Japanese exploits in England over the past few weeks.
Here are five things Asian football can learn from their rugby-playing counterparts in Japan:
1. Be aggressive, even against the very best
Fortune favoured the Brave Blossoms late in the game in a win...