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Received wisdom dictates that a league table is not even worth looking at until two months of a new season have passed, but one glance after just two weeks of this year’s J. League campaign says plenty about Kawasaki Frontale.

Last year’s runnerup has taken a maximum six points from games against Albirex Niigata and Nagoya Grampus, with North Korean striker Chong Tese securing a 3-2 win over the latter with an injury-time cannonball at Toyota Stadium on Saturday.

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