|Date of Birth:|
|Age:||36 years old|
|Height:||5 Feet 10 Inch|
|Birth Place/City||Kagoshima, Kagoshima Prefecture,|
|Working For||Gamba Osaka|
|Weight in KG||75 kg|
|Famous for||Football player|
Yasuhito Endo was born on 28 January 1980 in Kagoshima City, Kagoshima Prefecture and he is a Japanese footballer. The current team for which he plays is the J. League team Gamba Osaka and the nation he plays from is Japan. His elder brother Akihiro, who discharged in 2008, is also an anterior certified footballer, and was nominated as one of Japan under-23 national soccer squad members frolicked at 1996 Olympics. He is painstaking a trendy idol at Gamba Osaka and the Japan National Soccer Team. It is because he has difficult passing aptitude, leadership, and goal scoring skill. He is also famous for his outstanding correctness on free kicks and is respected as one of Japan's most inventive midfielders as well as one of the most talented Japanese footballers of his group, despite playing locally in his home state. Playig from a Squad No.7. he has a height of 178 cm and weight of 75 kg.
Endo frolicked 1999 FIFA World Youth Championship and Japan completed 2nd place, losing to Spain in the final game. Since 2002, Endo has been a associate of the senior national team, and was designated for Japan's 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cup team. On 24 June 2010, Endo recorded from a free-kick against Denmark in a 3–1 win as Japan got eligible for the second round of the World Cup. Endo became Japan's most plugged player in a friendly match against Brazil on 16 October 2012. His jerk in this match was his 123rd appearance for the national team, exceeding Masami Ihara's earlier record of 122 plugs.
His on and off screen temperament had changed distinctions but he was focused by the marks of his career and penetrating up to it. There is no information about his salary but he might have congregated enormous volume of net worth as he is a conspicuous football player.
As a early and untried novice, he found unexpectedly many complications; nevertheless nothing could take away the deep lust of being a prominent football player. mildfielder,Yasuhito Endo is one of the most thrilling young endowments in the action today. A talented playmaker with a mellowness beyond his years, he has already recognized himself as a vibrant part of the Japan first team, bringing skill, vision, and unbelievable inspiration. The haste and precision of his passing and his hallucination of the game make him the allusion point in the Japanese midfield. His achievements include Asian Footballer of the Year in 2009 AFC Champions League Player of The Tournament in 2008. His other accomplishments include Japanese Footballer of the Year in 2008 and Goal.com World Player of the week. His wisdom was vital in winning the Emperor’s Cup in 1998 and the J.League Cup and the Japanese Super Cup in 2007. Endo is the only player in current times to score successive goals from overdue the half-way line for his club. His greatest attainment with this side was winning the AFC Champions League in 2008 and he was also a member of the team that won the FIFA Club World Cup in 2008. Winning the Afro-Asian Cup of Nations and Kirin Cup, Endo became a stable fans preferred following a succession of powerful performances. Yasuhito Endo has become an obsession for many soccer fans due to a fruitful career in all groupings.