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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Marcello Lippi
Former Middlesbrough striker Lee Dong-gook scored second-half goals four minutes apart to help South Korean club Jeonbuk Motors draw 2-2 with the Melbourne Victory in the Asian Champions League on Wednesday.
Italy midfielder Alessandro Diamanti scored two of Guangzhou Evergrande's four second-half goals as the reigning champions made an emphatic start to their Asian Champions League defense with a 4-2 win over Australia's Melbourne Victory on Wednesday.
Marcello Lippi has been hired to coach big-spending Chinese Super League team Guangzhou Evergrande and plans to bring an Italian style to the club immediately.
Guangzhou coach Marcello Lippi said his team weathered a "difficult game."
"My arrival should be a big deal and the most important thing in China today," Lippi said in comments translated from Italian. "I will start my work today, the same way I did in Juventus and Inter Milan. The most important thing is to bring the Italian football concepts to China."