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AN injury to star fullback Michael Zullo has soured one of the most exciting matches in Asian Champions League history for Sydney FC.

The Sky Blues played out a 2-2 draw with Shanghai Shenhua in a crucial ACL Group H clash, which saw Graham Arnold’s side remain rock bottom after taking just one point from their opening two matches.

Zullo limped off in the 62nd minute after pulling up with a hamstring complaint. Commentator Robbie Slater attempted to predict the extent of the star’s injury layoff: “You’d think three weeks minimum the way he pulled up,” he said.

Alex Brosque Sydney FC competes the ball with Li Yunqiu of Shanghai Shenhua FC
Alex Brosque Sydney FC competes the ball with Li Yunqiu of Shanghai Shenhua FCSource: Getty Images

Fox Sports’ Mark Bosnich said the clash was “up there with the most entertaining games that [he’d] seen,” while fellow panellist Daniel McBreen echoed his comments: “What a game to watch, it was really entertaining,” he said.

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