The players are the players, I can’t suddenly bring in Ronaldo.
” ۱ Jordan manager Harry Redknapp Harry Redknapp tasted defeat in his second game in charge of Jordan as Australia romped to a 5-1 victory in their World Cup qualifier in Sydney. The former Tottenham, West Ham, QPR and Portsmouth manager got off to a flyer with an 8-0 victory over Bangladesh in his first game as the nation’s new head coach. But his side were outclassed and well beaten at the Allianz Arena.
Two goals from ex-Everton hero Tim Cahill and further strikes from Aaron Mooy, Tom Rogic and former Spurs starlet Massimo Luongo had the Aussies cruising, before Abdallah Deeb snatched a consolation for Jordan in injury time. It means Australia progress to the next phase of Asian qualifying after topping Group B. Jordan, who are second in the table, could still make it through, though they now face an anxious wait to see whether they have done enough.
The four best second-placed teams from the eight qualifying groups will join the table toppers in the next stage. Jordan claimed five wins and one draw in their eight group games. Speaking to the press after the match, Redknapp said: “I’ve enjoyed it apart from today. No one enjoys standing on the touchline getting well beat.” He added: “The players did their best.
We all did our best but what can you do? I’ve been here five or six days, what can you do? “The players are the players, I can’t suddenly bring in Ronaldo.http://1xbet.footballresultstoday.org/ It is what it is. They tried their best but they were beaten by a better team.” ” ” ۱ Listen to talkSPORT’s exclusive coverage at Villa Park CLICK HERE TO STREAM ASTON VILLA V HULL CITY LIVE COMMENTARY ON TALKSPORT, KICK-OFF 17:30BST.
John Terry will lead his new Aston Villa side against Hull at Villa Park as the former Chelsea captain prepares for life in the Championship. The hosts will be hoping to get off to a positive start against Leonid Slutsky’s men, who return to English football’s second-tier, following their relegation from the Premier League. talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2 have EXCLUSIVE radio rights to the EFL Championship, League One and League Two for the next three seasons The talkSPORT network will be the only place to hear 110 regular season EFL matches as well as the play-off semi-finals and finals. CLICK HERE to find out how to listen to this, and every other talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2 commentary thoughout the 2017/18 campaign! Confirmed line-ups: Aston Villa XI: Johnstone, Hutton, Terry, Chester, Taylor, Whelan, Lansbury, Elmohamady, Bacuna, Agbonlahor, Hogan Substitutes: Steer, Samba, Hourihane, Bree, Onomah, Green, Bjarnason Hull City XI: McGregor, Aina, Clark, Dawson, Hector, Henriksen, Clucas, Bowen, Grosicki, Campbell, Hernandez Substitutes: Mannion, Lenihan, Mazuch, Meyler, Weir, Batty, Diomande “