Indonesia, led by coach Shin Tae-yong, lost 4-0 to Thailand in the first leg of the Suzuki Cup final, which determines the strongest player in Southeast Asian football, and the red light lit up in the challenge of winning.
Indonesia and Thailand, who are trying to win their first ever championship, have not been able to compete.
Thailand, who defeated Vietnam led by coach Park Hang-seo in the semi-finals, scored the opening goal with a medium-range cannon 2 minutes after the match started by Song Krasin.
Indonesia, who counterattacked, in the 41st minute of the first half, Lumakiek’s shot soared high into the sky, and coach Shin Tae-yong watched it in vain.
In the 7th minute of the second half, Songkrasin scored an additional goal, followed by Sarachart and Pala to score a 4-0 victory.
Indonesia, who lost big in the first leg, had to win the second leg of the final on the day after (January 1) by 5 goals to win without overtime.