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Japan coach Javier Aguirre said he was happy with pretty much everything but the result after the holders crashed out of the Asian Cup on penalties in the quarterfinals Friday.Aguirre took over after Japan's disappointing World Cup campaign last year and the same inability to turn possession into chances and chances into goals that dogged them in Brazil was on show Friday night.Japan had 32 shots in the 90 minutes of normal time – the most of any team in any match at the tournament – but scored just one, and two of their best attacking players, Shinji Kagawa and Keisuke Honda, missed penalties in the shootout.
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