- Coach Park’s close friend reminds Manchester United’s legendary boss by continuously bringing victory to his team in extra time12:14 | 23/06/2019
“Fergie time” is a concept attached to Manchester United’s legendary boss Sir Alex Ferguson. In V-League this season, there is a coach, a team that mind this concept either thanks to drastic wins.
They are HCMC Football Club and their coach Chung Hae-seong – a close friend of Vietnam national team’s manager Park Hang-seo
HCMC FC are the ones that gain victory in extra time or in the game’s last minutes most in V.League 2019. After 10 rounds, the club the team had totally 5 matches deciding their win from the 85th minutes, including 4 matches in the extra time.
In round 1, Hoàng Thiên scored at the 90+4 minute, helping HCMC FC beat Hải Phòng 1-0. In round 5 and 6, Vinicius scored twice in the injury time though which helped the team overcome Bình Dương and Viettel.
Nguyễn Tăng Tiến, an ex-HAGL player, had an unbelievable bicycle kick to make the score 2-1 for 10-men HCMC in the win over Khánh Hóa in round 8. Most recently, Ngô Hoàng Thịnh sunk Quảng Ninh down by a surprising long shoot in the 2nd extra minute of the second half.
HCMC FC had drastic wins in the last minutes in V.League 2019/Photo by VPF
With such victories, HCMC FC gained back 9 points and led V.League 2019 ranking after 10 rounds with 23 points, leaving the second position to Hanoi FC with 2 points less. If losing the points mentioned above, HCMC FC would be just ranked 5th after 10 round with the same point of HAGL at present.
The world has Sir Alex Ferguson with the classic “Fergie time” concept, and now HCMC also possess the “Chung time” concept which attaches to coach Chung Hae-seong.
Source – Soha.vn
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