First, I acknowledged they were up 1-0, with an away goal.
They were already up a goal in the aggregate and had 2 away goals. In that situation playing conservative/bunkering at home makes a lot of sense. All I have argued is that it is a riskier strategy to start a two game playoff series at home. If they were starting on the road at RBA, then it makes a lot more sense.
i agree that it will be a tight series and could go either way and could come down to away goals.
Second, they were up 1-0, not 2-0; they had 1 away goal.
Third, it doesnt why they bunkered, it matters that they did so successfully. In the City match they looked at the aggregate score and away goals and felt bunkering was the way to go. Against us, they can look at the two matches this season and see NOT bunkering doesnt work and decide to bunker and counter.