‘Park Hang-Seo-Ho’ Vietnam draws dramatically with Thailand in the first round of the final

Vietnam, led by coach Park Hang-seo, had a dramatic draw with Thailand in their home game in the first leg of the Southeast Asian Cup final.

Vietnam drew 2-2 with a theatrical goal in the 43rd minute of the second half after trailing 2-1 in the first leg of the final at Hanoi’s My Dinh National Stadium.

Coach Park, who puts down the Vietnamese baton at the end of this tournament, dramatically avoided defeat in his last home game in Vietnam.

However, since the away goal principle is applied in this tournament, I gave up two goals at home, putting the burden on the second leg.

Vietnam can expect to win the championship by winning the Thailand expedition on the 16th or scoring two or more goals.

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 for the first time in four years.

Thailand, a ‘traditional strongman’ who has won the tournament a record six times, is aiming for a second consecutive victory.

Vietnam took the lead in the 24th minute at home with goal scorer Tien Linh.바카라

Ngoc Hai’s cross from the right flank was crossed, and Linh volleyed and headed it.

After the opening goal, Vietnam struggled against Thailand’s counterattack, giving Poramet Aribirai an equalizer in the 3rd minute of the second half, and Sarachi Yuyen even allowed a comeback goal in the 18th minute of the second half.

Vietnam, which had been pushed back, scored an equalizer at the end of the game and escaped the brink of defeat.

In the 43rd minute of the second half, Nguyen Thanh Vinh 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, ending the first leg in a dramatic draw.