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Monday, December 11, 2006
Auckland City fall to two brilliant strikes
The New Zealand Herald, 7.30am Monday December 11, 2006

Auckland City went down 0-2 in the opening Club World Cup fixture in Japan against African champions Al Ahly last night.
The Egyptian team produced two pieces of brilliance as they got their campaign off to a flying start in Toyota City.
Angolan international, Flavino, handed the Cairo club a 51st minute lead when he pounced on a bungled clearance to rifle the ball past helpless Auckland stopper Ross Nicholson.
Flavino's game-breaker came as Auckland scrambled to replace Riki Van Steeden after the former All Whites defender hobbled off with a hamstring injury.
Mohamed Aboutrika, nominated for the African player of the year award, put the result beyond doubt with a curling 73rd minute freekick.
Auckland looked to have earned a way back into the quarterfinal when substitute Teruo Iwamoto appeared to have been dragged down in the box.
But Saudi referee Khalil AL Ghamdi instead whistled against Auckland's Japanese import, awarding Al Ahly a free-kick in their own penalty box.
The result left Auckland contemplating Friday's playoff for fifth and sixth against the loser of Monday's second quarterfinal between Club America (Mexico) and Jeonbuk Motors FC (South Korea), also in Toyko.
Auckland, bemused by more than one of the 28 free-kicks dished out against them, went to halftime with hope thanks to two, last-gasp tackles from standout central defender Jonathan Perry and midfield workhorse Paul Seaman.
But Van Steeden's untimely injury was a costly blow, not only leaving Auckland temporarily reduced to 10 men but also under-mining Jones' 56th minute-introduction of Iwamoto and winger Jason Hayne for Keryn Jordan and Liam Mulrooney respectively.
There was no way back against the elegant Egyptians whose slick, one-touch football left the puffed NZFC champions chasing shadows and bemoaning their repeatedly wayward passing.
"We were never short of endeavour but we were just outplayed and it told on us on a couple of occasions," coach Allan Jones said.
Al Ahly now face Brazil's Sport Club Internacional in Tokyo on Wednesday.
The tournament's second semifinal will pit either Club America or Jeonbuk Motors against European heavyweights, Barcelona, on Thursday. The final is on Sunday.
Scores: Auckland City 0 Al Ahly 2 (Flavio, Mohamed Aboutrika). Halftime: 0-0.
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