Football: Kashima fail into reach ACL group stage, FC Tokyo qualify #KYODO_NEWSJanuary 28, 2020
Melbourne Victory denied Kashima Antlers a place in the Asian Champions League group stage on Tuesday, upsetting the J-League club 1-0 in a playoff.
With the loss, the 2018 ACL champions earned the unwanted distinction of being the first J-League side to fail to advance from the playoffs to the main stage of the tournament.
FC Tokyo, meanwhile, clinched a spot in Group F with a 2-0 playoff victory over visiting Filipino side Ceres-Negros.
(Andrew Nabbout, left, of Melbourne Victory and Leo Silva of Kashima Antlers)[Getty/Kyodo]
Victory goalkeeper Lawrence Thomas proved to be impassable for the Antlers attack, which tallied 19 shots, including 14 on target.
Leo Silva missed a chance to put Kashima up 1-0 before halftime, firing wide from middle of the area after Shoma Doi found him with a short cross.
The visitors opened the second half more aggressively, with Kashima keeper Kwoun Sun Tae forced to make a diving save to stop a long-range effort from Nabbout.
We had chances but we couldn’t convert them.
(Sei Muroya, right, of FC Tokyo opens the scoring.)
Sei Muroya opened the scoring in the 48th minute, while midfielder Adailton struck in the 89th minute to seal the victory for Kenta Hasegawa’s side.
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