Stimac believes that his team’s performance in their previous match against Afghanistan will set an example and will hold them well in future.
The 54-year-old also said that the Blue Tigers need to stay away from the threat posed by Hong Kong, labeling the side as a quality, credited with topping the group as things stand.
“We have to complement Hong Kong for what they have shown in their first two games and deservedly they are leading the group at the moment as they have a better goal difference. They are a well organized, disciplined side which They are of sufficient quality to defend as well as attack, but we have studied their strengths and weaknesses, and we know what we need to do to win this game,” he said.
“Obviously, this game is as important as the last two games, obviously less pressure but there is no less hunger and motivation for us to go out, start from the first minute as we did against Afghanistan and this game Did everything to win,” the coach said.
When asked about Liston Colaco’s role in the team, Stimac said, “As far as I’m concerned, Liston could play any position in this front four in terms of forming a 4-2-3-1 . He can be one. Behind the striker, he can play centre-forward, and can play on left-wing or right-wing. But Liston is the kind of player who enjoys freedom in his game, He likes to find channels and places where he can get the ball and turn and attack quickly.”
“At this stage, it’s important to release the ball first and run into the spaces without the ball, rather than getting past 3-4 players with the ball. That’s different, he’s the one we hope to shine more and more.” He is the future. His defensive commitment to us over the last few games is something we are proud of. You can see how much he was running back after losing the ball and then going to attack once again,” he said. Told.
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