This afternoon, the drawing of the AFC Champions League quarter-finals draw was announced this afternoon. The two seedlings of the respective leagues, TIANJIAN JIANJIAN and Kashima Antlers, met each other and died for the finals of an AFC Eastern Conference. One stroke. For Quan Jian, in addition to continuing to rewrite his best AFC Champions League record, he also shouldered the task of revenge for Shanghai's Shanghai port. Because in the first round of the AFC Champions League, they fell to the foot of Kashima Antlers.
Results of the AFC Champions League draws
As the first AFC Champions League The new army, Quan Jian's performance can be said to have exceeded everyone's expectations. The two round matches against South Korea's Big Three Hyundai in the group stage can be described as red bays. Although the away team scored a big defeat, they returned to the home court with a 4-2 opponent. This is the peak period of Evergrande. Things. In the face of the J League football team, Bai Quan Shen, Quan Jian is still unbeaten with 1 win and 1 draw. Relatively speaking, the Chinese Super League has played a lot of experience in the past few years in the J League. Therefore, this signing of Quan Jian can be considered as a superior sign, which is better than meeting South Korean teams.
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However, in 2017, Club Kashima Antlers is not a vegetarian. The Chinese Super League team they met in the group stage was Shanghai Shenhua. Although both rounds were clinched by Shenhua, they were eventually beaten by Shenhua. Especially in the second round, he took a guest to the beach and pulled two goals in the early 0-2 situation, allowing Shenhua to advance out of the group in advance and show a full tenacity. In the knockout phase, they encountered another Shanghai team in Shanghai Shanghai Port. The Kashima Antlers, who played almost in "full-day class", 3-1 home away from home in a 3-1 total score 4-3 successfully eliminated the last four of the AFC Champions League last season. The Shanghai team went to Shanghai and won the quarter-finals.
Kashima Antlers eliminated Shanghai Shanghai port.
From the perspective of style, Kashima Antlers is a typical J League team. The player's small technique is excellent and the passing skills are familiar, often playing extremely smooth.Offensive routine. Tokuma Seiji, Suzuki Yumo and Kanazawa Emily have several Japanese offensive players who are very strong. Their overall cooperation has even caused headaches for European giants Real Madrid. Of course, for the typical Super League team in the North, the technical team against Kashima Antlers is not afraid of the psychological, their height and the speed of counterattack is the Japanese team's headache. Therefore, Quan Jian is not lacking in the end.
The height and speed of Quan Jian have certain restraints on Kashima Antlers
Of course, for Quan Jian, the thin lineup has always been the biggest issue that has plagued their third-line operations. Fortunately, the next intermittent period allows them enough time to add strength. Compared with the China Super League, Quan Jian’s senior management attaches greater importance to the AFC Champions League breakthrough, so it does not exclude the possibility that the boss will open a cheque book to purchase powerful players to cope with the AFC Champions League. Of course, the four foreign aids in the current array are actually good enough. If they can take action in the area of internal aid, and even hire some talented players to enrich the team, Quan Jian will more calmly face the next three-line battle.
The boss of the team values the AFC
Moreover, the intensive schedule They have a headache, and their first round match with the Kashima Antlers will be held on August 28th. Quan Jian is away from home. At the same time, however, they first had to face Guizhou Hengfeng on the 26th, and this two-day schedule was miserable. The second round was on September 18th. Quan Jian took home against his opponent. Prior to this, they had to face the Dalian side at home on September 15. After playing against Kashima Antlers on the 18th, they also rushed to the road to challenge Hebei China’s happiness on the 22nd. In other words, if the Football Association does not adjust the schedule, Quan Jian will play 7 games in one month, 3 games in 8 days, and 3 games are all different courses. This is a great test for Quan Jian’s physical strength.
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