‘Korean Derby’ Park Hang-seo’s Vietnam VS Shin Tae-yong’s Indonesia, 0-0 draw… Replay in the 2nd match on the 9th

The first leg of the semi-finals of the ‘Southeast Asia World Cup’, which attracted attention as the ‘Korean Derby’ of Korean coaches, was a winner. Coach Park Hang-seo’s Vietnam and Shin Tae-yong’s Indonesia will eventually have a heated bout in the second game three days later for the ticket to the final.

The two teams drew 0-0 in the first leg of the semi-finals of the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Mitsubishi Electric Cup (Mitsubishi Cup) 메이저사이트 held at the Gelora Bonkarno Stadium in Indonesia on the 6th at 6:30 pm (hereinafter referred to as Korean time). The match will be decided in the second round held in Hanoi, Vietnam at 9:30 pm on the 9th. The battle of pride between the two coaches also went to the second game.

The two teams played aggressively on the day and faced off tightly. Indonesia, which had risen to second place in Group A and was expected to be slightly weaker than Vietnam (ranked first in Group B), led the match rather amid the unilateral support of home fans. However, there was no player to play the role of a solver in the decisive chance, so it was cut off every time. Vietnam also threatened Indonesia’s goal and used a quick counterattack, but failed to show any significant results.

Coach Shin faced Vietnam with a 4-2-3-1 tactic. From the beginning of the first half, the Indonesian strikers pushed the opponent hard. After getting a corner kick in the 9th minute of the first half, Marcelino Ferdinan aimed for a header but missed the goal. In the 29th and 36th minutes of the first half, Yakob Sayuri and Dendi Sulistiyawan fired consecutive shots, threatening Vietnam’s goal post. The offensive power of Indonesia, which continued to attack in waves until the end of the first half, was terrifying. In the first half alone, he threw 7 shots and shook his opponent with just 2 shots.

In the second half, Vietnam began to revive its offensive power. Vietnam attempted a quick counterattack with strikers such as Nguyen Tien Linh, Phan Van Duc, and Do Hung Dong. However, he made frequent mistakes near the opponent’s box and was unable to break through the Indonesian defense, such as losing the ball easily. Both teams diligently exchanged attacks in the second half, but failed to score. In the end, he was destined to win in the second game.

First of all, it is coach Park who occupies an advantageous position. This is because they can show stable performance as the second game is held in Vietnam, their home country. Vietnam has recently been on a winning streak with a 6-game win streak at home. In particular, coach Park, who has been leading the Vietnamese national team since 2017, is expected to do everything in his power to reap the beauty of the end, as this tournament is the stage for the ‘last dance’.

On the other hand, director Shin can’t help but be nervous. In the face-to-face confrontation with coach Park in Southeast Asia, he was slightly pushed back with 2 draws and 1 loss, and the second game in Vietnam is bound to act as a burden. Coach Shin, who took over the Indonesian baton in 2020, led the runner-up in this tournament in 2021, and Indonesia is looking forward to its first championship as it has won only six runner-ups in the tournament.

Meanwhile, in the semifinals of this tournament, coaches Park and Shin, as well as Malaysia, led by coach Kim Pan-gon, advanced to Thailand and are about to play the first round of the semifinals (9:30 p.m. on the 7th).

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