Wataru Endo - Talented defensive midfielder for Liverpool and the Japanese team

Wataru Endo is a talented Japanese football player, currently playing for Liverpool club and the Japanese national team.

Wataru Endo shines in the Liverpool club shirt

Wataru Endo was born in 1993 in Kanagawa, Japan, he is a talented defensive midfielder in Japanese football. In 2016, Wataru Endo moved to Urawa Red Diamonds from Shonan Bellmare. Here he won the 2017 Champions League and the J1 League championship. Wataru Endo moved to Belgium to play for a while before moving to Liverpool to show his talent. 6686 bet we will join you to learn about this talented player's journey right here.

Wataru Endo's club career

The early days of Wataru Endo's career

Wataru Endo was selected to enter the FC Yokohama Youth Academy when he was 5 years old, and he quickly trained and developed his football skills here. After his time here, Wataru Endo and the FC Yokohama youth team were crowned champions of the Japanese football tournament. In 2011, Wataru Endo was called up to the FC Yokohama first team. He quickly demonstrated his football talent when he excelled in the role of covering the middle of the field, he became the team's mainstay and influenced the team's playing style. Wataru Endo is the best player of the year in the J1 League.

He started his professional career with club Shonan Bellmare. After the club was relegated in 2013, he helped Shonan Bellmare regain promotion back to the J1 League, playing 38 matches and scoring 7 league goals as they won the J championship. .League Division 2 in 2014. His form continued into the following season, this season he made 31 appearances and scored 4 goals helping the team finish in 8th place. Wearing the shirt here, he played 167 matches and scored 23 goals.

Wataru Endo, with his excellent performance, was noticed and quickly signed with Urawa Red Diamonds, the team that finished runner-up in the J1 League last season. Wataru Endo won the 2016 J.League Cup championship in his first season, he was the one who scored the decisive goal in the final penalty shootout. He won the 2017 Suruga Bank championship in the following season. During his time with the Urawa Red Diamonds club, Wataru Endo had a total of 6 goals in 109 appearances.

Moved to the Belgian and German football leagues to compete

Wataru Endo's success in the German football tournament

Wataru Endo moved to Belgium and joined the Sint Truiden club in 2018, where he scored 2 goals in 1 year.

In August 2019, Wataru Endo was transferred to German football club VfB Stuttgart on loan until the end of the season. In April 2020, Stuttgart signed a permanent contract with Wataru Endo. In November 2020, he extended his contract with club VfB Stuttgart until June 2024.

In February 2022, Wataru Endo in a 1-2 loss against 1899 Hoffenheim scored the only goal for Stuttgart. In the match against Borussia Monchengladbach he scored in the club's 3–2 win. In May 2022, Wataru Endo scored a stoppage-time winner in a 2-1 win over 1. FC Köln to save Stuttgart from the relegation play-offs and ensure the club's continued participating in Bundesliga 2022/2023. In a DFB-Pokal first round match against TSG Balingen in August 2023 which was his last appearance for the Stuttgart club he scored the fourth goal in a 4–0 win.

Moved to England and joined Liverpool

Wataru Endo signed a four-year contract with Liverpool FC for a fee of £16 million in August 2023. He became the second Japanese male footballer to play for the club after Takumi Minamino. Wataru Endo made his debut for the club against Bournemouth, coming on as a substitute in the 63rd minute. He made his first appearance in the starting lineup for Liverpool in the away win against Newcastle United. He made his first 90-minute appearance at Anfield and contributed to Liverpool's EFL Cup third round victory over Leicester City, with Endo also providing an assist for Dominik Szoboszlai's winning goal. Wataru Endo scored his first goal for Liverpool in a 5–1 win over Toulouse at Anfield in the UEFA Europa League.

In February 2024, Wataru Endo played the full 120 minutes in the EFL Cup final as Liverpool won 1-0 against Chelsea after extra time, winning his first trophy since moving to Europe.

Wataru Endo's team career

Wataru Endo is the mainstay of the Japanese team

Wataru Endo was called up to the team to participate in the 2015 EAFF East Asia Cup. He appeared for the team in the opening match of the tournament, a 2-1 loss to North Korea. He was named in Japan's squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, but he did not play in any of their matches.

Wataru Endo was once again named in Japan's squad for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, where the team reached the round of 16 before losing to Croatia on penalties. He was appointed captain of the national team in June 2023. In January 2024, he was named in the squad for the 2023 AFC Asian Cup finals, and scored a late goal for Japan in the loss. 2-1 against Iraq in the second match of the group stage.


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