Sports Reporter Geum Yun-ho) The Malaysian soccer team led by coach Kim Pan-gon won the first game but suffered a crushing defeat in the second game, and the confrontation with the Korean coaches was canceled.

Malaysia lost 0-3 in the 2022 ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Mitsubishi Electric Cup (Mitsubishi Cup) semifinal second leg away match held at Thammasat Stadium in Pathum Thani, Thailand on the 10th at 9:30 pm (Korean time). Malaysia, who won 1-0 in the first leg played at home, failed to advance to the final after being pushed by a total of 1-3 in the first and second leg.

Previously, if Vietnam led by coach Park Hang-seo defeated Indonesia coached by Shin Tae-yong and advanced to the final first, Malaysia could reach the final, and a face-to-face confrontation with the Korean command tower could have been concluded. Coach Park Hang-seo announced that he would resign from the Vietnam command tower after this tournament, so many fans expected the Vietnam-Malaysia final, but unfortunately it did not happen.

The match was dominated by Thailand with home advantage. Thailand, which drove Malaysia from the beginning of the first half, scored the first goal in the 19th minute with a header from Boonmatan’s cross from the right flank.

On the other hand, Malaysia swallowed regret as Rock’s header in the 36th minute and Azmal’s free kick in the 41st minute went straight to the goalkeeper.

Thailand, who did not concede and did not lose the flow, scored an additional goal in the 10th minute of the second half as Bordin Pala finished a pass from the right side by Ekanit Panya with his right foot non-stop while the Malaysian defense lost concentration. In the 26th minute of the second half, Adisak Krysson pushed a low cross from the right side into the goal, making the score 3-0.

After winning 3-0, Thailand was aiming for their 2nd consecutive victory over Vietnam and their 7th title in their career. Coach Park Hang-seo’s Vietnam will challenge for the third championship in five years after winning in 2018. 메이저놀이터

The first leg of the Mitsubishi Cup final between Vietnam and Thailand will be played in a home and away format on the 13th (Fri) and 16th (Mon).

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