‘Park Yong-woo’s full-time participation’ Al Ain defeated Yokohama 5-1 to win the first ACL trophy

Al Ain (United Arab Emirates), where Park Yong-woo, a former midfielder of the Korean national team, played full-time, beat Yokohama F. Marinos (Japan) to win its first Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League (ACL).

Al Ain beat Yokohama 5-1 in the second leg of the 2023-2024 ACL final at Haj bin Zayed Stadium in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates, on the 26th (Korea time).

Al Ain, who lost 1-2 in the first leg, won a big victory on home soil, winning 6-3 overall, reaching the highest ACL in 21 years.

Al-Ain, who had earlier conceded a goal without a goal in the away match of the first match and played the second match on home soil, scored the first goal in the early hours to take the lead in the game. Al-Ain led 1-0 in the 8th minute when Rahimi, who received Nader’s sensuous backheel pass, calmly pushed it in.

Yokohama then tried to shoot consecutively in the 16th and 25th minutes of the first half, but failed to open the goal as the goalkeeper was blocked.

Al Ain, who escaped the crisis of losing a point, was warned in the 29th minute of the first half, citing Hollywood action after Rahimi fell during a ball contest with his opponent’s defender.

However, the referee, who had conversations with the video review room, reversed his judgment that Hatanaka had committed a foul and declared a penalty kick. Kaku, who was playing as a kicker, scored a penalty kick and ran away 2-0.

Yokohama, which allowed two goals down, recovered one goal in the 40th minute when Mateus scored a goal taking advantage of the opponent’s defense’s mistake. However, Yokohama faced a variable just before the end of the first half when Pope was directly sent off after making a tackle on Rahimi. 토토사이트

Yokohama, which was outnumbered, made a replacement at the start of the second half, and tried to overcome the crisis by using two replacement cards in the 18th minute of the second half.

However, the balance that collapsed when one was missing was not easily captured, and Al-Ain ran away even more when Rahimi scored an additional goal in the 23rd minute of the second half. Al-Ain, who had driven Yokohama hard even after that, added Larva’s consecutive goals in the second half, and Al-Ain eventually took the trophy.

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