Melbourne Victory have come a long way since their 7-0 loss to City, but coach Steve Kean was quick to come down on his side on Thursday.
Melbourne Victory caretaker boss Steve Kean bemoaned his side’s inability to take advantage of their lion’s share of chances after they coughed up a one-goal lead against Macarthur at AAMI Park.
Despite being the better of the two sides and having the majority of the chances, Victory were unable to put the game to bed in the opening half – hitting the crossbar and squandering numerous guilt-edged opportunities.
Kean praised his side’s first-half performance but said Victory’s inability to cope with Macarthur’s set pieces cost them dearly.
“To be honest, if we got a point, I would have been…