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Interview: 'It won't be easy but we know what we have to do', Osmar

FC Seoul's AFC Champions League hopes were dealt a huge blow following the 3-0 home defeat but mercurial defender Osmar reiterates that, although it won't be easy, the capital club know what they have to do to secure continental football for 2020.


FC Seoul went into their final home match of the season knowing that a win over Pohang Steelers would seal AFC Champions League football for 2020, regardless of Daegu FC's result away to Gangwon FC.

However, things didn't quite go to plan for Choi Yongsoo and his side who, himself, admitted that mistakes were made.

Speaking to K League United after the final whistle, Spanish defender Osmar said:

"I think many things happened [today], a little bit of bad luck , bad decisions - I don't want to say more [on this].

"And then a bit of our mistakes so, I think we deserved more until the game was totally broke."

FC Seoul's destiny is still in their own hands, however, with a trip to Daegu, who now sit just one point behind Seoul in fourth, looming next week. A draw would be enough to secure AFC Champions League qualification.

"It's not easy, it's not easy but we know what we have to do this week - probably more mental work than physical or tactic work but it will be difficult in Daegu and we will have to prepare well for it. That's it."

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