Already out of reckoning for a knock-out berth, FC Goa will seek its maiden win in the AFC Champions League (ACL) in its last Group E match against UAE’s Al Wahda on Thursday.
The team conceded an 89th minute goal to squander the chance on Monday when it played out a 1-1 draw with Qatar’s Al Rayyan.
With three points from five matches, FC Goa is not in contention of a Round of 16 berth from the group.
Al Wahda will come into Thursday’s match on a confident note after their 1-0 win over in their last match on Monday.
In the last meeting, the Abu Dhabi-based side had majority of possession and it was clearly the better side, but FC Goa too was impressive in its counter-attacking display and had two great scoring chances, including Brandon Fernandes’ shot that hit the post.
“Our plan is to be competitive and collect the three points tomorrow,” said FC Goa head coach Juan Ferrando ahead of…