"But I said that we could win and we will win so we went for victory and that is why I gave them attacking tactics and that is why we are top of the group", said Nishino.
"All that makes things more hard, it jeopardises us to think about certain things too much".
Senegal and Japan are no different.
Manuel: Two teams who surprised with their matchday 1 wins against Colombia and Polonia and who might be shaping up to be surprise packages in this tournament.
It's all very tight in Group H.
It's the first World Cup since 2006 for Poland, whose fans are likely to travel to Russian Federation in large numbers.
Have you ever seen a better offside trap?
Japan performed one of the shocks of the tournament in their first group stage fixture.
"There will be certainly be changes, it is not very likely that we will play with Colombia with the same players", Malowiejski said.
However, with four points, same as Japan, a victory for either Colombia or Poland tonight means the Teranga Lions can still be overtaken, depending on final results.
Aside from heading home the victor against Colombia, Osako was instrumental in Japan's opening goal, beating his man and forcing a save that rebounded to teammate Shinji Kagawa, whose subsequent shot was handled by defender Carlos Sanchez.
For England fans, the pain of losing to Iceland in the 2016 European Championships and a first-round exit without a win at the 2014 World Cup, was finally slipping away.
Against Senegal on Tuesday, however, he was able to manage a single shot on target - from a free kick - as the Africans successfully shackled him and isolated him from his team mates.
Japan's Princess Takamado met with the national team at their World Cup base in Kazan in southwest Russian Federation on Thursday ahead of their second Group H clash against Senegal.
Poland also lost their opening game in Group H - 2-1 to Senegal - and will be equally desperate for three points to boost their chances of staying in the tournament.
Dramatically, the most successful country in World Cup history, Brazil has a mixed-race population of over 50% (47% of them black) and has relied upon non-white players such as Pele, Garrincha, Romario and Ronaldo to win the trophy five times.
Japan will advance if they win and Poland do not (19.0%).
Kane, substituted to an ovation from the almost 2,500 England fans, was the third England player to score a hat-trick at a World Cup following Geoff Hurst in the 1966 final and Gary Lineker against Poland in the 1986 tournament.
Defenders: Lamine Gassama (Alanyaspor), Adama Mbengue (SM Caen), Kalidou Koulibaly (Napoli), Kara Mbodii (RSC Anderlecht), Youssouf Sabaly (Bordeaux), Salif Sane (Hannover), Moussa Wague (Eupen).
Japan: Kawashima; Sakai, Yoshida, Shoji, Nagamoto; Hasebe, Shibasaki; Haraguchi, Kagawa, Inui, Osako.