Australia’s ‘backbiting’…Celtic FW complains of “not leaving” decision

Not everyone humbly accepted the defeat against Korea.

Australian national soccer team striker Marco Tilio (Melbourne City) complained about the decision in an interview with a Japanese media after the quarterfinals of the Qatar Asian Cup against South Korea at Al-Zanup Stadium in Qatar on the 3rd.

According to Japan’s Soccer Diesheet, Tilio said, “Overall, it was a good match. I’m just afraid we couldn’t win the match because of the judgment that didn’t go our way.”

Australia led the way with Craig Goodwin’s opening goal in the 42nd minute, before allowing Hwang Hee-chan’s (Wolverhampton) to equalize with a penalty in the 6th minute of extra time in the first half. After dedicating the come-from-behind goal to Son Heung-min (Tottenham Hotspur) in the 9th minute of extra time, midfielder Aiden O’Neill (Standarieju) was sent off for a dangerous tackle on Hwang Hee-chan. The match ended in a 2-1 victory for Korea.

Tilio, a former teammate of Yang Hyun-joon and Oh Hyun-kyu and Kwon Hyuk-kyu (current St. Mirren), complained about the two big decisions that determined the outcome of the match, saying, “I don’t think it was a red card even though I don’t know about the penalty.” Hwang Hee-chan replaced O’Neill with a limp due to O’Neill’s tackle. It is also unclear whether he will play in the semifinal match against Jordan on Tuesday. 헤라카지노주소

The referee offered a yellow card to O’Neill, but changed the color to red after checking the VAR on-field review. O’Neill, who fouled Son Heung-min for a penalty shot at the equalizer, became the main culprit of his defeat.

Tilio, who left for Melbourne, Australia, on loan during the tournament, said, “The situation has already happened, and we have to move on.”

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