Australian-origin player sends special ‘signal’ to Park Hang-seo
Thể Thao 247 - Martin Lo came to 2019 V-League 2 Round 6 and contributed to Pho Hien FC a brace helping his team holding on one valuable point against An Giang FC.
Martin Lo, an Australian-origin player, stole the show by his brace securing a precious point to his team against An Giang FC.
This is one of the first goals Martin Lo has made since he was back to Vietnam from Australia.
At first, An Giang led an early way by 2 goals and left Pho Hien FC behind in the first half. Martin Lo side stayed calm and gradually carried out the static.
Martin Lo stole the show by his brace securing a precious point to his team - Photo: Pho Hien FC
The overseas player launched a shortened goal in the first half and an equalizer goal in the second half to see out a 2 – 2 draw. Both goals were finished by one touch.
The national head coach had a new assistant Mr Kim Han Yoon lending a hand to help Lee Young-jin set up for U23 Vietnam.
Kim Han Yoon also watched Martin Lo and some Pho Hien men from the stadium seating. It can be said that the signals from Martin Lo’s impressive displays would be sent to Park Hang-seo.
Kim Han Yoon also watched Martin Lo and some Pho Hien men from the stadium seating - Photo: Pho Hien FC
Born and raised in the professional football environment as Australia, Martin Lo is being a potential player of U23 Vietnam and a strategist pawn of Hua Hien Vinh (coach of Pho Hien FC) in the role of holding and controlling games.
At the beginning of this June, both the national team and U23 Vietnam head into specific campaigns.
It seems that the national team would be received priorities in term of forces, which means U23 Vietnam could not have the best formation and this would be a suitable time for Martin Lo to be put on U23 Vietnam list as a midfielder.
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