Shin Tae-yong-ho Indonesia loses 0-4 to Thailand in the first Suzuki Cup final

First ever victory ‘Dark Cloud’… Saturday 2nd game left

Shin Tae-Yong-Ho Indonesia lost to Thailand in the first leg of the AFF Championship (Suzuki Cup) final, making it difficult for Indonesia to win its first championship.

Indonesia, led by coach Shin Tae-yong, suffered a multi-goal defeat to Japanese J League midfielder Chanatip Songkrasin in the first leg of the 2020 Suzuki Cup final held at Kallang National Stadium in Singapore on the 29th.

While the winner is determined by the total score of the first and second rounds, Indonesia will have to win the second match to be held at 9:30 pm on the 1st of next month by a difference of 4 goals or more in order to win the championship.

Indonesia, which has been runner-up only five times in this competition, is challenging for the first ever championship.

In the semifinals, Thailand, which defeated Vietnam, led by coach Park Hang-seo, with a total of 2-0 in the first and second legs (2-0 in the first and 0-0 in the second), won by four points in the first round of the final, winning the sixth championship in their career. put it in front of you

Shin Tae-yong-ho was so overwhelmed that he fell 33-67 in possession of the ball to Thailand, led by Brazilian coach Alexandre Paulking.

Shin Tae-yong-ho made the game difficult by conceding a goal in the first two minutes.

Thailand full-back Philip Lawler broke through between two defenders from the right and passed it straight to the goal area, but Chanatip Songkrasin finished with a non-stop left-footed shot, shaking the Indonesian goal net.

Song Krashin, who played five seasons at J-League Consadole Sapporo since 2017, is considered the best midfielder in Southeast Asia.

While Thailand started to hunt for additional goals by shaking Indonesia with aggressive forward pressure, Indonesia occasionally attempted to equalize by counterattacking.

In the 41st minute of the first half, Ramai Lumakiek had a one-on-one chance with the goalkeeper, but the shot went vainly over the goalpost, causing Manager Shin to explode.

Thailand scored an additional goal in the 7th minute of the second half. This time, Songkrasin scored a goal.

In the counterattack situation, Supachok Sarachart gave a back pass, and Song Krasin made it 2-0 with a right-footed non-stop shot.

In the 22nd minute of the second half, Sarachart’s goal followed by Roller’s help gave Thailand one more goal, but Bodin Pala’s goal in the 38th minute of the second half gave them a four-point lead.


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