Spotlight on the aftermath as crunch time looms

DISAPPOINTED OIWA LOOKING FOR
THIRD PLACE CONSOLATION
Tashkent: Sharing his disappointment on having to bow out of the title race, Japan head coach Go Oiwa hopes to learn from the mistakes against Uzbekistan to finish in third place by defeating Australia on Saturday. READ MOREJUBILANT KAPADZE DEDICATES
WIN TO FANS
Tashkent: As hosts Uzbekistan stormed into the Final of the AFC U23 Asian Cup™ Uzbekistan 2022 after beating 2016 champions Japan in the Semi-finals, head coach Timur Kapadze, pleased with his team’s successful dismantling of Japan’s game plan, dedicated the victory to the people of Uzbekistan.READ MOREAUSTRALIA’S MORGAN VOWS TO COME
BACK TO WIN TITLE
Tashkent: Admitting that there was definitely room for improvement in Australia’s game, head coach Trevor Morgan promised that they would reflect on the experience of this tournament and vowed to do better in the upcoming editions.READ MOREAL SHEHRI HAILS SAUDI ARABIA’S ADAPTABILITY Tashkent: According to head coach Saad Al Shehri, Saudi Arabia’s performance en route to the final had a lot to do with the team’s ability to adapt and hopes that by being a little more attentive the Green Falcons will be able to win their maiden title.READ MORE
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