Park Hang-Seoho draws 2-2 with Thailand in the first leg of the Mitsubishi Cup final

Park Hang-seo-ho Vietnam drew a dramatic draw with Thailand in the first round of the 2022 ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Mitsubishi Electric Cup (Mitsubishi Cup) final of the “World Cup in Southeast Asia”.

The Vietnam national team, led by coach Park Hang-seo, drew 2-2 with Thailand on the 13th (Korean time) at My Dinh National Stadium in Hanoi, Vietnam, with Vu Van Thanh’s mid-range equalizer in the 43rd minute of the second half in the first leg of the tournament.스포츠토토

Coach Park, who plans to lay down the baton in Vietnam after this tournament, dramatically avoided defeat in the last game in Vietnam.

However, since the away goals rule is applied in this competition, it is still painful to concede two goals at home.

Vietnam can expect to win the second game by winning or scoring two or more goals in the second match to be held at Thammasat Stadium in Pathum Thani, Thailand at 9:30 pm on the 16th.

If the total score of the 1st and 2nd games does not result in a winner, an overtime period will be played. If there is still no winner, a penalty shoot-out takes place.

Vietnam, which won the 2018 tournament under the leadership of Park, is challenging to regain the top spot for the third time in its career and the first time in four years.

‘Traditional strong’ Thailand, which has won the tournament the most 6 times, is aiming for a second consecutive victory.

Thailand put goal scorer Tirasil Dangda on the bench and started a defensive five-back tactic.

Vietnam actively attacked the goal with goalscorer Nguyen Tien Linh and quick-footed Pham Tuan Hai, and opened the goal in the 24th minute of the first half.

Que Ngoc Hai’s cross from the right was scored by Nguyen Tien Linh with a diving header.

Nguyen Tien Linh reported the 6th goal of the tournament and rose to the top of the scoring rankings with Dang Da.

Thailand, which started a counterattack, turned the tide of the game by scoring consecutive goals in the second half. Tirason Bunmatan’s penetrating pass led to goals one after another.

In the 3rd minute of the second half, Poramet Aribirai, who received a pass from Boonmatan from behind, overcame one of the defenders and fired a right-footed shot from the left side of the goal area to turn the game around.

In the 18th minute of the second half, Sarachi Yuyan, who received a penetrating pass laid low by Bunmatan, finished with a right-footed shot from the penalty arc to make it 2-1. The timing of Boonmatan’s pass, which pierced the Vietnamese defense’s offside trap, was excellent.

Vietnam, which kept falling behind, only scored an equalizer at the end of the game.

In the 43rd minute of the second half, Nguyen Tan Binh gave the ball back, and Vu Van Thanh, on the right side of the penalty arc, fired a powerful right-footed mid-range shot that shook Thailand’s net.

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