On September 23, Beijing time, Chinese football star and former international Xu Liang recalled the "wasteful experience" of China's men's football 7-0 Hong Kong, China in 2004, but failed to qualify.
On the evening of November 17, 2004, the Chinese men's football team coached by Ali Han defeated Hong Kong, China 7-0 in the world preliminaries. However, it was squeezed out by Kuwait with a goal advantage and missed the promotion. At that time, the game was originally started at the same time, but there were temporary power outages and net repairs in West Asia, which caused the Chinese team to end the game first. As a result, Kuwait scored at the last minute and defeated Malaysia 6-1. This history of Chinese football was born. A "wasteful victory" on the previous page.
Xu Liang was sitting on the bench at the time. He recalled: "At that time, I won Hong Kong 7-0 at home. I did not play on the bench. Our bench got the news the first time, and then the assistant coach and team leader delivered the news to the court. Go. This game originally started with West Asia at the same time, but we let the West Asia play. There was a power outage for 20 minutes, saying that it was repairing the lights. I wanted to rush into the field at the time, and the game would stop when I entered. No matter what I do, I want to stop the game. I have this heart."
Xu Liang went on to say: "If you stop over there, end here first, and then you can play with your results. That's not fair. At that time, no matter what method, there must be a way to stop the game, but to put it bluntly Now, we Chinese don't want to do these nasty things."