‘Shin Tae-yong Magic + Asnaoui’s winning goal’… Indonesia defeated Vietnam 1-0 → 3rd game against Japan will be released soon

January 20, 2024 | by

It lost to Iraq, but not this time. In the finals, “Shin Tae-yong Magic” went through, and Indonesia won its first victory.

Indonesia, led by head coach Shin Tae-yong, won 1-0 against Vietnam in the second Group D match of the 2023 Asian Football Confederation Qatar Asian Cup held at Abdullah bin Khalifa Stadium in Doha, Qatar, at 5:30 p.m. on the 19th (local time). Indonesia, which recovered its defeat against Iraq, ranked third in the group and Vietnam, which accumulated two losses, ranked fourth in the group.

Vietnam came out in a 3-4-3 formation. Phillip Nguyen, Pan Tuan Hai, Viet An, Nguyen Tan Vin, Bo Min Tzuong, Nguyen Tuan An, Nguyen Thai Son, Pham Xuan Mein, Nguyen Quang Hai, Pham Tuan Hai, Pham Tuan Hai, Nguyen and Van Zung started.

For Indonesia, Hernando Arie, Arhan, Hoobner, Amat, Walsh, Asnawe, Ferdinand, Jenner, Sayuri, Strike, and Vikri made the starting lineup, and the formation was 5-4-1. Many of them are related to South Korea. For now, the head coach is Shin Tae-yong. Hoobner is playing for Wolverhampton with Hwang Hee-chan, and Asnawe has experienced the K-League while playing for Ansan Greeners and Jeonnam Dragons. Arhan recently joined Suwon FC.

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Against Japan, which is considered the most promising candidate, Vietnam displayed its potential. Coach Philippe Trusier has not received support since Park Hang-seo left, as he failed to catch up on both performance and outcome. Ahead of the event, starting goalie Dang Van Lam, as well as Nguyen Ho Ang Duc, Tian Lin, Vui Tian Zhong and Qu Ngoc Hai, could not participate due to injury.

Although the team lost against Japan, Trusier’s Vietnam team was impressive. The back three defense was solid with Bui Hoang Vietnamese at the center, and Nguyen Dinh Park’s attack was sharp. Vietnam erased Mao Hoshoya, Japan’s one-top, in the first half, and continuously harassed right fullback Yukinari Sugawara. Although the team lost a point to Takumi Minamino, it also led the team with Dean Park’s equalizer and Palm Tuan Hai’s come-from-behind goal.

Vietnam allowed two runs at the end of the first half and even scored a wedge goal in Ueda Ayase, but Vietnam showed a possibility. Those who looked negative also changed their perception. We have to win to maintain the mood. From the perspective of Vietnam, we have to catch coach Shin Tae-yong’s Indonesia.

If head coach Park Hang-seo brought a soccer craze to Vietnam, head coach Shin Tae-yong had the same influence on Indonesia. He systematized the system, implemented naturalization policies in necessary positions, and strengthened his competitiveness by steadily raising the players he had seen since childhood. Indonesia had high expectations because of coach Shin Tae-yong, although there are still regrets in terms of players and teams.

The team lost to Iraq 1-3. Indonesia, which lost points after 17 minutes in the first half, made it 1-1 due to Ferdinand’s equalizer in the 37th minute, but the team lost the game 1-3 after allowing two points. With regret left behind, Indonesia must defeat Vietnam unconditionally to pass the group league. Since Japan lost to Iraq, it is hard to understand the situation further, and hence it must consider a match against Japan by catching Vietnam.

[First half] Fighting Indonesia overwhelms Vietnam… 1-0 lead in Asnawi goal

With the start, Indonesia had a good opportunity. A good penetration came out in the first minute of the first half, and a strike shot was blocked by Philip. After that, Arhan’s consecutive catapult crosses continued. However, it did not lead to a threatening shot. Vietnam, which overcame the crisis, fought back, but it was hardly finished. In the 7th minute of the first half, Arhan’s good cross came out, but it was canceled due to Sayuri and Asnaoui colliding. The ensuing strike shot was wrong.

Vietnam struggled under aggressive pressure from Indonesia. Indonesia ran a 5-4-1 formation, but utilized right and left wingbacks aggressively. Ferdinand moved to the center and put pressure on him, while Walsh and Huvner came up to the right place, giving Vietnam a numerical advantage. Being blocked by pressure from the front, Vietnam couldn’t find a way out. Indonesia tried to take full advantage of strikes at ADD Den Haag in the Netherlands, but it didn’t lead to a shot as a disappointing touch came out.

Vietnam tried to make up for the trend of losing ground with set pieces as it enjoyed set pieces in the match against Japan. Tuan An’s shot, which came out of a free kick situation in the 19th minute of the first half, hit the defense. In the following corner kick, Bin, who was on the second ball, sent a shot, but it went out of the goal. In the 25th minute of the first half, Vikri fired a surprise mid-range shot, but it went out of the defense. As Vietnam responded to Indonesia’s pressure, the game unfolded in a fierce trend.

There was an intensive check on the strike, but an attack chance came out as he solved it with a pass. Walsh connected the pass that the strike followed in the 29th minute of the first half with a shot, but it was not powerful. Vietnam hit Bo Min Zuong’s cross on the head in the 31st minute of the first half, but it was blocked. Walsh missed a good opportunity. In the 36th minute of the first half, he hit a header in an open chance, but he was blocked by Philip’s save. 헤라카지노도메인

Indonesia won a penalty kick. In the 40th minute of the first half, when the strike was holding the ball, Tan Vin grabbed the uniform and pulled it, and a penalty kick was declared when it fell. Asnaoui, who played as a kicker, succeeded, Indonesia took the lead. Indonesia launched an onslaught by banking on its momentum. In the 45th minute of the first half, the strike header was wrong. The first half ended with Indonesia’s 1-0 lead.

At the start of the second half, Vietnam recruited Thai Son and Pham Thuan Hai and deployed Le Pham Tan Long and Quot Van Kahn. They engaged in more aggressive attacks than in the first half. They raised the line to launch attacks and boldly attempted to shoot. Van Kahn made a shot at the 3rd minute of the second half, but missed the shot, and Vietnamese coach Shin Tae-yong also ignored the goal at the 5th minute of the second half. Coach Shin Tae-yong, who was watching the game thoroughly in the first half, shouted more at the technical area and gave instructions. Van Zong’s shot at the 6th minute of the second half was hit by a side net.

Vietnam continued its attack. At the 9th minute of the second half, Tuan’s shot went up in the air, and everyone bowed their heads. As the flow got slower, coach Shin Tae-yong took out Asnaoui and put in only Sulae at the 11th minute of the second half. Vietnam pushed more aggressively, but some of them played rough games and got injured in Indonesia. In the case of Amat, he collapsed after being hit by the elbow.

Indonesia changed the mood. Vikri, strike went out and Ramdani and Karaka came in at the 22nd minute of the second half, and Rizki was deployed instead of Amat, who was injured. Karaka, who came in as a substitute, had a decisive opportunity at the 25th minute of the second half, but he swallowed his disappointment as he was blocked by defense. Vietnam added more strength to its offense by removing Quang Hai and adding Nguyen Van Toan.

With Vietnam raising the line, Indonesia was aiming for the rear. A good counterattack came out, but it was blocked repeatedly and missed the opportunity to definitely finish the game. Vietnam launched a last-minute attack with Tzu Thong’s input in the 34th minute of the second half. Vietnam continued to be blocked by Indonesia’s defense. Rather, Indonesia had a good opportunity, but the game remained 1-0, as the finish was not made. Ferdinand’s shot in the 44th minute of the second half also hit the defense. The same was true for Jenner’s shot.

Ferdinand’s high-speed sprint came out in the 1st minute of extra time in the second half. Long, who was on a tackle, stopped it, but he was warned and sent off as it accumulated. Vietnam aimed for a goal by continuing to send the ball forward even though one person was lacking. Hernando Arie caught it well, avoiding the crisis. In the 8th minute of extra time in the second half, Pardinan’s shot in the counterattack flew over the goal. Indonesian fans felt anxious when they missed the opportunity to go ahead. There was no equalizer for Vietnam, and the game ended with Indonesia’s 1-0 victory.


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