“vietnamese football Progress is in the past. Vietnamese players are short, but have good tactical thinking. They can play in many different regions and their talent is recognized in Asia. In the coming time, Vietnamese football will develop even more“, Yokohama F. Marinos coach Kevin Muscat gives an overall assessment of Vietnam’s football capabilities ahead of the game between Yokohama F. Marinos and HAGL tomorrow, April 16 at 6pm at Thong Nhat Stadium.
On the afternoon of April 15, the heavy rain in Ho Chi Minh City partially affected the training plan of the Yokohama team, and the stadium sank. However, the representative of Japan confirmed that he would find a solution to the problem.
“Yokohama F. Marinos has a very challenging schedule. We had a lot of problems at the training ground due to the weather, but we worked hard to overcome it to enjoy our time in Vietnam. Yokohama F. Marinos Goal in the match HAGL is 3 points“, Muscat coach stressed.
In the last 5 AFC Champions League appearances, Yokohama Mariners have only qualified once in the 2020 season (1/8 round elimination). The representative of Japan is very determined to pass the group stage. Last season, coach Kevin Muscat’s team won the second place in the J-League, and then continued to rank second in the standings this season with a stable performance.
According to the coach of Yokohama F. Marinos, HAGL has a lot of players playing for the Vietnam team. These are the names of Japanese football teams to watch out for.
“We respect our opponents. HAGL has a lot of good players, many of them are members of the national team, mainly attacking players. They will give us difficulties. Yokohama F. Marinos did a video analysis of HAGL’s football and focused on team play rather than individual play.‘, said the Muscat coach.