“We’ve conceded a lot in the last few games so we need to improve on that. HAGL there are some strong mutant players, diverse attacking style, from the middle to the edge. Sydney FC must remain focused. We have to try harder and create more chances to score“, coach Steve Corica of Sydney FC shared before the match against HAGL in the final round of the AFC group stage Champions League 2022.
In the first leg, HAGL drew Sydney FC with a score of 1-1. The Nui team took the lead thanks to Van Thanh’s goal, but could not keep all 3 points with a goal in the second half.
After 5 matches, HAGL and Sydney FC both have 2 points with 2 draws and 3 defeats. The winning team in the last round will take the 3rd place overall in Group H.
Sydney FC has lost the last 3 matches against Yokohama F. Marinos (2 matches) and Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors, receiving 7 goals. According to coach Corica, Sydney FC has shown a positive image despite having to admit defeat. The goal of the Australian team is to win HAGL in the match at 6pm tomorrow night on May 1 to bid farewell to the tournament with a beautiful image.
“During the tournament, we had unfortunate draws. In tomorrow’s match, we want to show a more beautiful image to bid farewell to the host. The opponents of Group H are all very difficult. Yokohama and Jeonbuk were strong but we showed a positive image.
We came here with a force not as thick as Yokohama or Jeonbuk. Our goal is to play well and win all 3 points against HAGL to have a nice farewell“, coach Corica emphasized.
Meanwhile, coach Kiatisak affirmed that HAGL’s goal is to have a point against Sydney FC, and at the same time dedicate to the audience a good match.
“This is HAGL’s last match in the AFC Champions League. We have three goals in this match. The first is to help the players play a big game. Sydney FC is a strong opponent, so if you want to get points, HAGL must surpass itself.
The second goal is to vote Duc gave the entire match to the audience, so the team had to show dedication to repay the love of the audience in Ho Chi Minh City in particular and the whole country in general.
The third goal is that HAGL represents Vietnam, so when there are points, it will help raise the score of football on the rankings. As a result, we can improve our rankings and create opportunities for years to come. At that time, Vietnamese football there will be many opportunities to participate in international tournaments, such as direct entry to AFC Champions League group stage, 2 play-off places“, coach Kiatisak shared.
After 5 matches, HAGL received 7 goals, 5 of which came from set pieces. Coach Kiatisak affirmed that he would work with his students to overcome the shortcomings to improve their performance.
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