Applied Technique | Japan & Koln star Yuya Osako

Japan international Yuya Osako has been a hit in the Bundesliga ever seen he moved to Koln in the summer of 2014.

Having first broke onto the scene back in his homeland with Kashima Antlers, Osako’s dynamic displays – which saw him net 65 times in 191 games – saw him earn a move to German second-tier outfit 1860 Munich.

After just half a year at the Allianz Arena which reaped six goals in 15 games, the Kyushu native has Koln convinced that he was good enough to cut it in the top flight.

Last season’s haul of seven goals and six assists was the 27-year-old’s best return since he moved to up north, and there can be no denying how he is now one of the biggest stars in Asian football.

Nonetheless, have you ever wondered about the science behind the precision and dynamism that the best players possess?

Well, Osako was recently featured on the Bundesliga’s “Applied Technique”, which seems them take an in-depth look at the strengths of top stars like Robert Lewandowski, Serge Gnabry and Charles Aranguiz.

So, what is the secret behind Osako’s power and precision? Find out below!

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