Article source: Tianjin Daily
News from our newspaper (Reporter Zhao Rui) Tomorrow, the Jinshen battle will usher in the second round of competition. In the past few days, TEDA's coaching staff and management have repeatedly emphasized to the team that they must not relax the slightest, and must go all out to fight their opponents as in the first game.
Shenzhen Kaisa is a team of experienced players. The two teams seem to have won the TEDA smoothly in the first round of the match. In fact, the process is quite distressing. The offensive end of Shenzhen Football Team wanted to "get something in TEDA's penalty area from start to finish." thing",
On the other hand, the TEDA players still played very real. In the second half, Zheng Kaimu had a frontcourt steal and formed a single-handed situation. The defender made a foul. If Zheng Kaimu fell to the ground, the referee should also know how to fine. Within the scope of the rules, how the two teams fight bravely should be a major highlight of the 21st game.
The score of 2:0 is actually quite subtle. The match has not been completely "killed". Once the leading side slackened slightly, the opponent will slow down. The ending is hard to say. Such cases abound in domestic and international football. Yes. In fact, it’s not that the TEDA team members don’t understand the reason why the competition is changing. Everyone knows what it means to fight for the next round. The coaching staff and the management also emphasized "not letting go". A "insurance".
In the second stage of the Chinese Super League yesterday, Qingdao Huanghai and Guangzhou R&F in the relegation group drew a goalless draw; in the title match, Chongqing Dangdai drew 1:1 with Jiangsu Suning.