Adelaide United coach Aurelio Vidmar believes his side is capable of fighting back in the second leg of the Asian Champions League final. The Reds finds themselves 3-0 down to Japan's Gamba Osaka after the first leg but there is confidence in the Adelaide camp to overturn the result and be crowned Asian Champions.
"Can we turn it on tomorrow night? I'd like to think we can so maybe this tie is not over," Vidmar said at the pre-game press conference.
"We've just got to do the very best with what we've got. The players that go in there are going to give everything they possibly can to try to reverse the result and we know it's a very difficult task but as I said during the week, you've still got to believe that anything is possible."