WANDERERS WIN IN ASIAN CHAMPIONS LEAGUE IS THE GREATEST BY AN AUSTRALIAN CLUB
Posted by PETER NIKO | 13 November 2014
The Western Sydney Wanderers are now set to rub shoulders with the world's elite teams at the next club world championships in Morocco later this year.
The Wanderers defied all the odds to keep a clean sheet in the early hours of Sunday morning and win the title on a 1-0 aggregate over Al Hilal, the Saudi Arabian team who reacted to their Asian Champions League final loss in poor fashion.
They have rapidly become, along with Melbourn Victory, the powerhouse side in the country as far as a supporter base is concerned. Popovic will want to finish what he has started if at all possible and guide the Wanderers to their inaugural A-League title.