Japan midfielder Daichi Kamada scored in a second straight German Bundesliga match for his ninth goal of the season as Eintracht Frankfurt drew 2-2 away to Schalke on Saturday.
Kamada, leaving Frankfurt at the end of the season, hit a 21st-minute leveler from the edge of the box at Veltins-Arena, canceling out Simon Terodde's first-minute opener for Schalke.
Tuta gave Frankfurt the lead in the 59th minute before relegation-threatened Schalke salvaged a point thanks to an 85th-minute goal from Sebastian Polter.
Celtic's Japanese forward Kyogo Furuhashi scored his league-leading 25th goal of the Scottish Premiership campaign as the champions drew 2-2 at home with St. Mirren.
Furuhashi drove into the box and fired into the left top corner to make it 1-1 in the 14th minute at Celtic Park after being set up by countryman Reo Hatate.
In Belgium, Japan forward Ayase Ueda scored his 21st top-flight goal of the season with a 70th-minute penalty during Cercle Brugge's 2-2 draw away to Gent.
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