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Two years later, Hana's health worsen and she became bedridden. One day, a girl named Yayoi Aoba suddenly started talking to Tsubasa. According to Yayoi, her brother Hideto - who was in his 3rd year of middle school and had just recently became captain of the football club of Shumei Gakkan - had asked her to invite Tsubasa to watch their practice after hearing about him. Tsubasa then came to Shumei Gakkan on foot, dribbling with the ball rather than by bicycle. As Tsubasa arrived, Hideto told him that just watching must be boring, and asked Tsubasa to train with him instead. Hideto and his teammates soon became amazed with Tsubasa's skills, recognizing him as a football genius. The whole team then allowed Tsubasa to play with them during internal practice matches as a guest player, marking Tsubasa's first time playing for a football club. Yayoi also became his first friend. After learning about that, Hana asked Kodai to take her to Tsubasa's practice, as she knew she did not have much time left. Seeing Tsubasa playing with friends, Hana passed away happily.
Eventually, Tsubasa was selected as a member of Nankatsu SC, the city's team for the national championship, with Wakabayashi being the initial captain. At this point, Tsubasa was an unknown player nationwide, whereas Wakabayashi was already well known. Therefore, Kojiro Hyuga, who came to observe Wakabayashi, had no knowledge about Tsubasa beforehand, and also did not learn anything about him since Misaki prevented Tsubasa from showing his abilities. Later on, Wakabayashi had to temporarily leave the team due to a leg injury, and Tsubasa took over as captain. Roberto also promised Tsubasa that if he won the national championship, he would take him to Brazil and teach him football.
Japan won the three remaining practice matches, and Matsuyama decided to give the captain mark to Tsubasa, saying that Tsubasa is the one best suited for it. Against all odds, Tsubasa and All Japan defeated Italy and Argentina to advance to the knockout stage, and then France Jr. and West Germany to become champion. Later, Tsubasa went to Brazil for his dream.
During the first round of the Asian preliminaries, because all players except Tsubasa were covered in bruises as a result of the severe training, Japan faced some difficulties in the first two matches, even though they managed to win in the end. In the third match, however, they had to face a strong opponent, Thailand Youth. Japan managed to score the first goal thanks to Misaki's video, but Thailand quickly dominated the match after that and scored four goals in return. Tsubasa even had to leave the field on a stretcher because of the play of Thailand's captain, Bunnag. However, thanks to Wakabayashi and the arrival of the new top player Shingo Aoi, and Tsubasa returning to the field, Japan reversed the score and advanced to the second round.
Captain Tsubasa is a soccer manga series created by Yoichi Takahashi that began serialization in publisher Shueisha's manga anthology Weekly Shonen Jump in 1981. It has had a profound influence on Japanese soccer fans. The series' sequel depicted the growth of main character Tsubasa Ozora and his friends. Captain Tsubasa Rising Sun was serialized in Shueisha's Grand Jump semi-monthly magazine until 2019, and began appearing in Captain Tsubasa Magazine, an extra edition of Grand Jump, in 2020. More than 70 million Captain Tsubasa books and paperbacks have been sold in Japan. Globally popular, its issues have been translated into 20 countries and published in many countries. For more information about Captain Tsubasa, please visit -tsubasa.com. 2b1af7f3a8