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Lebanon's Asian Cup qualification campaign got off to the perfect start Tuesday with a comfortable 2-0 win against Hong Kong in the Camille Chamoun Sports City Stadium.The hosts were far superior in the first half, dominating possession and controlling proceedings throughout.Hong Kong's tactics backfired as coach Kim Pan-gon pointed out after the game.Lebanon failed to register a shot on target in the second half and seemed content to sit on their two goal lead."We continued with the same style throughout the game and controlled the game," Radulovic said.I'm satisfied with the first half, but we need to show much more than we did in the second half". Hong Kong manager Kim Pan-gon believed that the match was a positive learning experience for his team, while also praising Lebanon.
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