Socceroos go down to Japan in Asian Cup
Osieck rues missed opportunities
“Both teams today showed that they deserve to be in the final. It was what I expected, a very tight, intense encounter. I congratulate them on their victory today. It's a great achievement and like the Korean team they have a new generation coming up with young prospects and some have already made it to good teams in Europe. They are definitely on a good path.”
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