Japan erupted for four first-half goals including a brace by Shinji Kagawa to slaughter Bulgaria 7-2 in the Kirin Cup on Friday.

Japan’s other Shinji, Okazaki of Leicester City, needed only four minutes to open the scoring and move within one of 50 goals for his international career.

Kagawa struck the next two in a space of eight minutes to put the game to bed before Maya Yoshida tacked on the fourth by the 38th minute for Japan, which will face coach Vahid Halilhodzic’s native Bosnia-Herzegovina on Tuesday in Osaka for the Kirin Cup title.