Park Hang-Seo-Ho Vietnam, 2-2 draw with Thailand in the first leg of the Mitsubishi Cup final (overall)

 Park Hang-seo-ho Vietnam, who started in ‘Last Dance’, revived the article in the first round of the finals with a dramatic equalizer.

The Vietnam national soccer team, led by coach Park, lost 2-2 in the home game of the 2022 ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Mitsubishi Electric Cup (Mitsubishi Cup) final match against Thailand held at My Dinh National Stadium in Hanoi, Vietnam at 9:30 pm on the 13th. It was tied.

Vietnam, who won a draw at home, can win the championship only if they win the away game in the second leg of the final scheduled for Thailand on the 16th or score two or more goals.

The Mitsubishi Cup finals are played home-and-away in the first and second games, and the away goal rule is applied.

If the total score of the 1st and 2nd rounds does not result in a winner, overtime will go into overtime, and if there is no winner in overtime, a penalty shoot-out will be held.

Vietnam will challenge for the third championship in four years since 2018 and in total.

Director Park, who did not extend the contract with the Vietnam Football Association, puts down the baton as Vietnam coach at the end of this tournament.

This match was Park’s last match at home with the Vietnamese national team.

Coach Park, who was appointed to the Vietnamese national team in September 2017, was evaluated for raising Vietnamese football to the next level over the past five years.

In the 2018 Suzuki Cup (now the Mitsubishi Cup), Vietnam won the championship cup for the first time in 10 years, and in the 2019 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup, Vietnam advanced to the quarterfinals.

It also advanced to the final qualifying round for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, but it was the first time that Vietnamese football was in the final qualifying round for the World Cup.

Under the guidance of coach Park, Vietnam succeeded in entering the top 100 in the FIFA rankings.

Thailand, the defending champion and the team with the most wins (6 times) in the tournament, succeeds in winning the tournament for the second time in a row even if it draws 0-0 or 1-1 in the second game.

In the previous tournament, Thailand defeated Shin Tae-yong’s Indonesia and won the championship.

The game was supervised by Korean referees, including referee Ko Hyeong-jin.

As expected from the finals to determine the best team in Southeast Asia, a fierce match unfolded from the first half.

It was the home team Vietnam that opened the door. In the 24th minute of the first half, Que Ngoc Hai’s cross from the right side was scored by Nguyen Tien Linh’s header with a flying body.

With his 6th goal this season, Tien Linh tied with Thailand’s Tirasil Dang Dha for the top scorer.

Six minutes later, Tien Linh broke the Thai net once more, but the goal was disallowed due to a charging foul on the opposing goalkeeper in the previous scene. 온라인바카라

At the end of the first half, a heated battle of nerves unfolded, with players from both teams colliding.

In the 43rd minute of the first half, Thailand’s Tiraton Bunmatan hit a powerful left-footed free kick, but it hit the crossbar hard and hit the ground.

Thailand, looking for an opportunity, equalized in the third minute of the second half. After Poramet Arabilia caught a forward pass connected from the rear, he passed the defender and scored with a right-footed shot.

It was Vietnam’s first goal in the tournament.

In the 18th minute of the second half, Thailand, who was in a good mood, turned around by adding one more goal. Bunmatan’s pass was caught by Piradol Chamrasami after breaking the offside trap, and kicked it with a right-footed shot.

Embarrassed, Vietnam launched an all-out offensive at the last minute.

And in the 43rd minute of the second half, a dramatic equalizer prevented defeat. In a corner kick chance, the Thai goalkeeper failed to properly handle the ball, and substitute Boo Van Tyne equalized with a powerful right-footed shot from outside the penalty box.

Thailand had a decisive chance in the counterattack situation in the second half of extra time, but it was blocked by Vietnamese goalkeeper Dang Ban Lum’s super save. In the end, the first game between the two teams ended in a draw.

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