The Hong Kong men's football team played against the Japanese team in the final four of the Hangzhou Asian Games tonight (4th), and many citizens went to the mall to watch the live TV broadcast. Whenever Hong Kong has a chance to score, nearly 1 spectators now clap and cheer. Although Japan led 0-<> in the first half, many citizens believed that the Hong Kong team performed well in the first half and hoped that the second half could equalize or even win the second half.


After the start of the competition, nearly 100 citizens gathered in front of Olympian City TV, and the second and third floors of the mall were also full of onlookers watching the live broadcast together. Whenever Hong Kong has a chance to score, nearly 100 spectators now clap and cheer.

With Japan leading 1-0 in the first half, Mr Mok thought Hong Kong had performed well and "played well." He pointed out that the Hong Kong team forced the dragon goal, and a player was "so hot-blooded" when he flew out to catch the ball, hoping to score a goal by free throws in the second half. When asked how long he has supported the Hong Kong team, he said, "Hong Kong people support the Hong Kong team, and I have supported my family since I was born."

He also believed that the overall performance in the first half was good, but the next 20 minutes were key, because he thought that the Hong Kong team's physical fitness would "bottom" in about 70 minutes, "70 minutes to chase, it is already difficult to catch back."

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