Doha, Nov. 23 -- Japan stunned Germany 2-1 with the help of players, who earn their living in the German Bundesliga, in the FIFA World Cup on Wednesday, throwing Group E into disarray.

Wednesday's stunner comes a little over 24 hours after Saudi Arabia had dealt a hammer blow to Argentina 2-1 to give this World Cup its first giant killing.

For Japan, this is one of the biggest victories in their World Cup history, and their coach Hajime Moriyasu and his strikers deserve all the credit.

Japan made the most of the game by picking up holes in Germany's defense, and did not fail to pierce through them relentlessly, which the losing side could not plug.

Dona and Takuma, in the 75th and 83rd minutes etched their names in the history books, ...