World Best Football Player Keisuke Honda Profile
Keisuke Honda is a Japanese international footballer. He plays for Serie A club Milan and the Japan national football team as an attacking midfielder. He is also best for his free-kicks, dribbling and ability as a dead ball specialist.
2010 FIFA World Cup
Honda scored the only goal against Japan in the 2010 FIFA World Cup after Cameroon finished Daisuke Matsui cross in the upper left corner of the net.  for his performance in the game earned him the Man of the Match award by FIFA and the first -0 victory was Japan’s first World Cup victory on foreign soil.
The final group-stage game against Denmark, he scored a wonderful free kick from 30 yards after 17 minutes. He then turned provider Shinji Okazaki after the way inside the penalty area, the Cruyff Turn that beat Denmark’s 88 minutes to make the score 3-1 to Japan in the performance, which earned him the “Man of the Match” award again and trained in Japan in the knockout stage. His round of 16 matchup, Japan dropped out of Paraguay after falling 3-5 in penalty kicks game is complete without a goal in extra time.
Jonathan Wilson of The Guardian cited him as a ‘false nine’: a player superficially employed as a center forward, but deeper pull the opposition defense around the pitch.
2014 FIFA World Cup
Japan made into Group C of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil being faced Colombia, Greece, and Cte dIvoire. Japan’s opening game against Ivory Coast, Honda Yuto Nagatomo collected the ball after a quick throw-in, and scored a left foot shot in the 16th minute of the game. With this goal, Honda was the first Japanese player to score in two World Cups and also claimed sole possession of the best Japanese scorer in FIFA World Cup history to score three total. Japan went on to lose 2-1 in the African team
Full name : Keisuke Honda
Date of birth : 13 June 1986
Place of birth : Settsu, Osaka, Japan
Height : 1.82 m
Playing position: Attacking midfielder
Current club Milan
Jersey Number 10