01 Th5 2022 | 13:17
Ho Chi Minh CityOn the evening of May 1, in the final round of the group match at Tongyi Stadium, Hagel defeated Sydney with a score of 1-0, winning the first match of the AFC Champions League after 18 years.
Scorer: Brandau 39
After the first five draws and losses, Hagel finally won their first AFC Champions League victory since 2004. Striker Washington Brandau scored the only goal in the 39th minute, but the home side could have won more if they made good use of it. Chance. Chance. Kiatisuk’s teachers and students finished third in the first group, ahead of Sydney itself. HAGL’s achievements have helped Vietnam overtake China in the AFC rankings.
The performance of teacher Kiatisuk and students was also the most impressive in the group stage. Sydney had just one shot on goal in the full game, while the hosts had four as well. With any luck, forward Jefferson Baiano could also score in the second half with a shot to the post.
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