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"We have to remember our strengths": Edgar Silva ACL Interview


Daegu FC return to AFC Champions League after a short absence, qualifying through league positioning after a stellar 2020 K League 1 campaign. Daegu are in good form sitting fourth and unbeaten in 11 in all competitions with nine victories. Striker Edgar Silva believes that although Daegu will need to adapt in ACL, it is important that they also remember their strengths.

"We have to update a little bit our game to Champions League, but we cannot forget our strength, keep our team compact and playing on the counter attack. Sometimes it will be good chance for us to attack. Also, if they attack us too much we have to keep our shape and in one counter attack we can score and then keep our defence again. But we have to adapt a little bit, to the pace of who we will play, with players we have available to play, we have to adapt a little bit to play in Champions League."

Eulji Lewis

"We know in Korea we have one of the best stages for us to play and one of the worst stages for opponents to play. Without Corona, we have big support and I think when we play like we play now, [the stadium] can decide the game if it's 50-50, because nobody knows the stage. We are playing in a different country but we are going to concentrate 100%. And I don't know if we play 100% with our players because maybe we lose some for national team in Olympic Games. But of course whoever plays we will try to give the best."

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