A Teruhito Nakagawa goal that was — then wasn't — then was again overshadowed by 90 minutes of end-to-end attacking play in Yokohama F. Marinos' 3-1 win over the Urawa Reds on Saturday night at Nissan Stadium.

Matches between teams comprising the J. League's "Original 10" often produce unforgettable affairs however high — or low — the stakes may be, and Saturday's encounter was no exception.

Yet it was not Keita Endo's opener or Edigar Junio's penalty kick that will make headlines on Sunday, but rather the controversial 68th-minute goal, which started as an offside cross from Endo and bounced off Nakagawa's hand and into the net.