Blue Lock Episode 16: When will episode 16 of Blue Lock be available to stream on Crunchyroll, and what does the synopsis say about “Tri-Session”?
The first thing that happened in the Blue Lock anime was that the 11 main characters played a game of football tag with each other.
Then, these 11 players had to put together a makeshift team before a series of one-on-one fights shook up the whole programme.
Now that the two-on-two battles are over, Blue Lock is moving on to the three-on-three battles. When and where will episode 16 be shown worldwide, and has an official synopsis been posted online?
The last episode of Blue Lock was all about Naruhaya and Isagi’s fight to see who could use their skills better and win the match. Isagi figures out what Naruhaya’s weapon is and learns how to use it well enough to score the team’s last goal and win the game for himself and Nagi. Now, the next episode will likely be about Kunigami, Chigiri, and Reo.
Blue Lock Episode 16 (PT 2 EP 4) Release Date
On Saturday, January 28, at 11 a.m. PST, episode 16 of Blue Lock will come out. Fans in Japan can watch the new episode on TV Asahi, while fans outside of Japan can watch it on Crunchyroll. Netflix is also showing the show, but only in certain parts of Asia. India, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Malaysia, and Thailand are among those places.
- Pacific Time: 11:00 AM PST
- Central Time: 1:00 PM CST
- Eastern Time: 2:00 PM EST
- British Time: 8:00 PM GMT
- European Time: 9:00 PM CEST
- Indian Time: 12:30 AM IST (Sunday)
Blue Lock Episode 15 Recap
Naruhaya shoots the ball, but it doesn’t go in. Then, Barou defends against Isagi and Nagi and scores the team’s third goal. Isagi looks at Naruhaya’s skills and his own, and he comes to the conclusion that the winner is the one who gets past their own limits first. Isagi wants to figure out what holds him back, but he keeps giving the ball to Nagi, who scores again to make the score 3-3.
Barou shoots the ball while Isagi is thinking of ideas, but Nagi stops it. Isagi tries to score, but Naruhaya stops him and passes the ball to Barou, who scores the team’s fourth goal. Isagi can now figure out that Naruhaya’s weapon is using a player’s blind spot. Then he remembers what Rin Itoshi said about learning how the human eye works. Nagi scores a goal after Isagi gives him the ball. The game would be won by the next team to score a goal.
Nagi tries to talk to Isagi, but Isagi is deep in thought and tells Nagi to stop talking because he is thinking about the good part. Then, we see Naruhaya’s family and how he lost his parents in a flashback. He lived with his siblings and decided to make football his life’s work so that they could have a better life. Back in the present, Barou has the ball and tries to score from midfield, but he misses. Isagi and Naruhaya chase after the ball. When Naruhaya shoots, the ball hits a pole.
Isagi knows that to win the match, he needs to combine his skill with Naruhaya’s. Nagi gives the ball to Isagi, who quickly learns how to use the new weapon and scores Team White’s last goal. Naruhaya is shocked to see that Isagi learned his skill in a split second. Naruhaya looks like he’s broken, but he compliments Isagi and says that he’s not a regular guy. They pick Barou, and Isagi tells Naruhaya that he will continue to win. At the end of the episode, Kunigami and Chigiri talk to Reo about joining their team.
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