In contrast to the struggling victory against Laos, U22 Vietnam spent 90 minutes overwhelming Singapore. And here are the highlights after the match U22 Vietnam 3-1 U22 Singapore.
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Victory opens up many hopes
After the opening match left many doubts in the hearts of the home audience, the U22 Vietnam team had a performance that could be said to be ‘watchable’ when defeating Singapore U22 with a score of 3-1 in the third match. 2 in Group B took place on the afternoon of May 3.
In this match, the U22 Vietnam team entered the match with a high winning spirit. They played aggressively, constantly putting pressure on the opponent with mid-range attacks as well as fast side attacks.
Most importantly, their attack deployments have become more elegant and sharper. One of them became the opening goal in the 36th minute when Le Van Do led the ball to penetrate the opponent’s 16m50 round, before giving the ball to Van Tung in a favorable position to finish in the near corner. into a table.
With a convincing victory over Singapore, U22 Vietnam has temporarily risen to the top of Group B with 6 points / 2 matches. More importantly, this victory will give them more confidence and confidence before entering the first big challenge called U22 Malaysia in the next match on May 8.
With the advantage of resting more than the opponent due to the break in the 3rd match, this promises to help coach Troussier’s army have the right to hope for the next victory at this SEA Games.
The charm of Van Tung
Once again, the young player of the Hanoi club, striker Nguyen Van Tung, has shown his charm to score goals when he played at this SEA Games.
With a modern style of play, active movement, running and his ability to seize opportunities very well, Van Tung found the opening goal for U22 Vietnam after a calm handling situation towards the Singapore U22 goal. at the 36th minute.
Starting from Le Van Do’s pass, the Hanoi FC striker calmly turned the ball to eliminate an opponent’s defender before launching a shot that sank into the near corner, defeating the goalkeeper of the opposing team.
This was Van Tung’s second goal in the 32nd SEA Games. Before that, the striker of Hanoi FC also opened the scoring against U22 Laos after a high jump in the air, thereby opening the victory 2- 0 for ‘Golden Star Warriors’ in the opening match.
Mr. Troussier’s teachers and students continue to have good luck
If in the previous match, U22 Vietnam had a lucky opening goal against Laos, and the crossbar also denied an opponent’s chance to score, then in this second match, coach Phippe’s army Trousier was once again favored by the god of luck.
It was Thai Son’s surprising goal at the end of the first half, when his shot hit the opponent’s defender and changed direction, causing the Singapore goalkeeper’s goal to vibrate.
Not long after that, Singapore U22 had a response when Le Van Do passed a disastrous cross in the home field, creating conditions for Adbul Rasaq to have the opportunity to launch a tight shot aimed at the high corner, but the ball found the right bar. across the goal of U22 Vietnam bounced back even though Van Chuan was completely helpless.
In football, luck is still a factor that brings success to many teams. And hopefully this will continue to accompany U22 Vietnam on their SEA Games gold-winning journey.
U22 Vietnam needs to improve their finishing ability
In the context of only having to face an inferior Singapore U22 in terms of level, the Vietnamese U22 strikers had a lot of situations to finish on the opponent’s goal in this match.
It seemed that after having two “capital” goals in the first half, U22 Vietnam would have more goals in the opponent’s net. But in front of delicious opportunities, Mr. Troussier’s students could not take advantage.
The most unfortunate situation is probably still an unbelievable missed situation at a distance of only 2m in front of the opponent’s goal. Starting from a mistake by the Singaporean midfielder, Quoc Viet in the back caught the ball, calmly handled it and put his heart at close range, but still could not raise the score to 3-0.
The fact that Quoc Viet – a player who is rated as the “young king” thanks to his remarkable scoring ability – cannot beat the Singapore goalkeeper shows that U22 Vietnam will clearly need to further improve his finishing ability. his points. Only then can they think of successfully conquering the gold medal.