Although Sydney had to play away from home, she entered the game faster and more confident than HAGL. In the first 10 minutes, Sydney FC had 2 dangerous penetrations, but Mauricio’s excellence helped HAGL escape danger.
The surprise came in the 26th minute, Van Thanh went to the ball in the middle of the field and then launched a decisive long shot. The ball hits the ground causing the ball’s trajectory to go unpredictable. Goalkeeper Redmayne helplessly watched the ball go into the net.
Leading in the first half, the Australian team only got a draw in the second half with a goal scored by Trent Buhagiar. Thus, after 2 matches, Sydney Club only won 2 draws. In the next match, they will face opponents from Japan Yokohama F. Marinos.
Meanwhile, Hoang Anh Gia Lai got the first score in the AFC Champions League.
HAGL: Van Thanh (26′)
Sydney FC: Buhagiar (60′)
HAGL: Tuan Linh, Van Thanh, Huu Tuan, Kim Dong Su (Van Viet, 46′), Mauricio, Hong Duy, Cong Phuong, Tuan Anh (Xuan Truong, 62′), Minh Vuong (Jefferson, 62′), Brandao , Van Toan.
Sydney FC: Redmayne, Warland, Wilkinson, Otoole, Amini, Retre (Yazbek, 71′), Ninkovic (Buhagiar, 58′), Le Fondre (Donachie, 58′), Narshigh (Kamsoba, 71′), Caceres (Wood, 88′), Talbot.
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