Unfinished ‘Park Hang-seo Magic’ Vietnam, Thailand and AFF Cup Dramatic ‘Draw’

January 14, 2023 0 Comments

“Vietnam needs to win 1-0 to win. Why are you pessimistic? We don’t think so. Strong or weak, no team is perfect.”

I missed the expected ‘home victory’, but my desire to win the second game grew bigger. Head coach Park Hang-seo (64), who is leading the Vietnamese soccer team and continuing the “Last Dance,” held a 2022 AFF (ASEAN Football Federation) Mitsubishi with “defending champion” Thailand held at My Dinh National Stadium in Hanoi, Vietnam at 9:30 pm (Korean time) on the 13th. Local media reported that he showed a strong will to win in an interview after a 2-2 draw in the first leg of the electric cup final home game.

According to Vietnamese media ‘Jing News’, after the game, coach Park Hang-seo was asked, “Do you not think a 2-2 draw is disadvantageous in this tournament where the away goal principle is applied?” Looking at it, it is true that Thailand has an advantage, but that does not mean that Vietnam will give up. In the second Thailand expedition, we will try to win.”바카라사이트

In response to the question, “What are the chances of winning in Thailand?”, he said, “I’m not a math genius, so I’m not sure. I’ll do my best.” In fact, Vietnam was at an absolute disadvantage as it failed to win in the home game in the first leg of the finals of this tournament, dubbed the “Southeast Asian World Cup,” and drew with two runs. none.

Even in the last game he played at home in Vietnam as the head coach of the Vietnamese national team, ‘Park Hang-seo Magic’ acted as a driving force to draw a dramatic tie in the face of defeat. In the 22nd minute of the first half of the day, Nguyen Tien Linh scored an early cross from the right with a header to open the scoring. Nguyen Tien Linh enjoyed the joy of scoring 6 goals in this tournament and becoming the joint top scorer. However, Vietnam gave up an equalizer to Arjivirai in the 3rd minute of the second half, and in the 18th minute of the second half, the defensive line broke through and gave Yuen a 1-2 comeback goal, and was on the verge of defeat.

In the 40th minute of the second half, when the defeat was growing, coach Park Hang-seo threw in the last ‘number of wins’ by inserting two players as substitutes. This replacement card was hit. Substitute member Boo Van Tyne scored an equalizer from a corner kick in the 43rd minute of the second half, 3 minutes after entering the ground, drawing a 2-2 draw. For Vietnam, it was a goal that raised the chances of winning again, and for coach Park Hang-seo, it was a golden goal that prevented the last game in Vietnam from being recorded as a defeat.

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