The AFC Champions League that is. Last night I strolled down to Supachalasai Stadium in Bangkok for the group G match between Thailand’s champion Chonburi FC and the Australian side Melbourne Victory. jeux casino gratuibonus de casino en lignejeux de planche a roulettejeu gratuitesvideo poker en lignecasino jeucasino achat en lignefree crapsjeu baccarat en ligne gratuitesjeu de hasardloterie en lignejouer stud pokerle meilleur poker en ligneseven card studjeu poker gratuijeux frle poker téléchargement gratuitesapprendre texas holdemtélécharger le jeu de poker gratuitesregles poker ouvertjeu poker macstrip poker virtuelapprendre a jouer au pokerla règle du jeu de pokerregles du poker texasjeu poker internetcomment jouer au pokerjeu de poker gratuitstournoi de poker gratuitespoker en ligne gratuites texastelecharger poker texastournoi poker gratuitespoker a telechargergagner poker onlineworld poker tournamentsites poker en lignejeu flash gratuitesplay 7 card studpoker texas holdem en lignejeu video pokerpoker en ligne gratuitesjouer poker tour gratuitespoker holdemregles du jeu du pokerjeu poker freewarejeux tour de pokermalette de jeu de pokerjouer poker en ligne gratuitespoker tour reglesjeu online poker tour
Both sides had done well in their first matches last week with the Australians beating Korean side Chunnam Dragons 2-0 and the Thais gaining a very creditable away draw at Gamba Osaka. With only one team to qualify for the quarter finals and Osaka winning earlier in the evening, a victory was all important here tonight.
After a cagey opening which may have had something to do with the 80% humidity, the home side opened the scoring with a well-taken header from Brazilian star and best player on the pitch by a mile, Ney Fabiano but it was in the second half that the fireworks started. First the Victory equalised and looked like they could go on to win a vital three points but then the Cameroon substitute Jules Yones Boga scored a spectacular 30 yard screamer with ten minutes to go and despite a ludicrous sending off for the home team for time wasting, they managed to wrap up the three points with another well-taken goal in the last minute.
The place went mad and though they won’t win the AFC Champions League – Japan’s Kashima Antlers look impressive already – they may still cause trouble for some of the bigger teams. As for the Australians, well, much like the national side they have discovered that Asian football is not the cake walk they thought it might be.