More than five months later it is usual to see Japanese fans in the Sport City or La Romareda, but it is no less true that Kagawa’s performance is well below expectations. He went from less to more in the first matches and his football began to shine against him Alcorcón and the Estremadura (fourth and fifth day, respectively). At that time he added two goals and was considered a player who could mark the differences in Second.It was then that he was affected by a virus that prevented him from playing against Malaga and from there its performance was worse, losing its place in the eleven and even becoming out of the call in a match by technical decision, although in the last month it has already begun to show signs of improvement. In the last qualifying round against Majorca, Kagawa completed one of his best games with Real Zaragoza, hitting a ball in the crossbar in a free kick. In front of Real Madrid tonight he has a new opportunity to show off his best football, show that he can be important again in the five months that remain of the competition and turn around the famous expression ‘a lot of noise and few nuts’. It’s been just over five months since the Real Zaragoza announce the hiring of Shinji Kagawa, a whole summer market bomb. A media signing that raised the expectations of zaragocismo, who came en masse to his presentation. Nearly 7,000 zaragocistas met in La Romareda and about seventy journalists from 35 different media, twelve of them Japanese, were accredited to cover the event.Zaragoza won the services of a 30-year-old footballer who had won the Premier with the Manchester United and the Bundesliga with the Borussia Dortmund, besides being a media and commercial icon in Asia which drags behind numerous sponsors. In just a couple of days the Aragonese club had more than 3,200 new followers in Instagram and more than 2,500 in Twitter, many of them Japanese, and the popularity of Zaragoza in Internet searches in Tokyo the day of the signing had a maximum score of one hundred.