"We have two games coming up and I want to show what I can do," Kagawa said. "There is a strong perception that not playing regularly is negative, so we have to prove ourselves in the game."
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"You can face a lot of different conditions at the World Cup," Kagawa said of the travel, the time frame and the pressure. "Regardless of which players are available you have to play well as a team."
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