We were dominant throughout, should’ve won first leg too: Afghanistan coach Westwood

Rahmat Akbari (71’) and Sharif Mukhammad (88’) scored for the Afghans last night, giving the side a victory that would be cherished for a long time.

Title: Afghanistan Coach Westwood Reflects on Dominant Performance in Victory

Last night, Afghanistan’s coach Westwood commended his team for a dominant performance that led to a memorable victory. Rahmat Akbari (71’) and Sharif Mukhammad (88’) scored crucial goals, securing a win that will be cherished for a long time.

In a post-match interview, Westwood expressed his satisfaction with his team’s performance, mentioning that they were in control throughout the match. Despite their overall dominance, Westwood believed that they should have sealed the victory in the first leg as well.

The goals from Akbari and Mukhammad highlighted the team’s attacking prowess and ability to capitalize on scoring opportunities. Their coordinated efforts on the field ultimately paid off, securing a well-deserved win for Afghanistan.

With this victory, Afghanistan’s team and fans alike have reasons to celebrate and look forward to future matches with optimism. As they continue to build on this success, coach Westwood and the players will undoubtedly strive for more remarkable achievements in the coming games.

Stay tuned for more updates on Afghanistan’s journey in the sports arena, as they aim to build on this victory and make their mark on the international stage.

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