18 July 2007 10:12
Uzbekistan striker Maksim Shatskikh has sounded a note of concern about the pitch at the Shah Alam Stadium as the central Asian side prepare to face China in a crunch AFC Asian Cup Group C encounter on Wednesday.
18 July 2007 09:32
China’s last group match in the ongoing Asian Cup against Uzbekistan was further clouded as starting goalie Li Leilei was confirmed unable to play, owing to injury.
17 July 2007 15:55
China’s No. 1 goalkeeper Li Leilei may miss the last group match against Uzbekistan due to injury, said team media officer Dong Hua.
17 July 2007 15:36
Zhu Guanghu is facing selection problems ahead of Wednesday’s crucial Group C clash against Uzbekistan but the China coach is confident that the 2004 runners-up have the quality to prevail and reach the knockout stage of the AFC Asian Cup for a seventh consecutive time.
17 July 2007 15:33
Uzbekistan coach Rauf Inileyev has downplayed the absence of China skipper Zheng Zhi and central defender Li Weifeng for Wednesday’s crunch AFC Asian Cup Group B encounter between the two sides, saying that the 2004 runners-up have more than adequate cover for the suspended duo.
17 July 2007 15:10
Uzbekistan coach Rauf Inileyev insists that when his team challenges China in their final Asian Cup Group C match Wednesday, it won’t be the same side that lost meekly to the East Asians four months ago.
17 July 2007 08:53
Iraq reached the quarter-finals of the Asian Cup for the fourth successive tournament after their goalless draw with Gulf rivals Oman at the Supachalasai Stadium on Monday coupled with Australia’s 4-0 win over hosts Thailand saw Jorvan Vieira’s side finish top of Group A.
17 July 2007 08:52
Mark Viduka scored twice in the final 10 minutes to seal a 4-0 win for Australia over Thailand and earn the Socceroos a place in the quarter-finals of the AFC Asian Cup.
17 July 2007 08:50
Saeed Alkas’ second half header and a stoppage time strike from Faisal Khalil robbed Qatar of a place in the quarter-finals of the AFC Asian Cup as the United Arab Emirates came from behind to earn a 2-1 win in Ho Chi Minh City on Monday.
17 July 2007 08:36
Defending champions Japan remained on course for a third straight AFC Asian Cup title and fourth overall as they recovered from a early deficit to outclass Vietnam 4-1 at My Dinh National Stadium on Monday.


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