Vietnam U22s trained behind closed doors on Saturday night in order to best prepare for their encounter with Indonesia U22s in men’s football at the 2019 Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in the Philippines on Sunday night. The Vietnamese side’s heach coach Park Hang Seo banned the media from covering his men’s last training session. The young Indonesians are at an advantage to win a ticket to the knockout stage after defeating reigning champions 2-0 on November 26 and Singapore 2-0 two days later at Riza Memorial Stadium. They will only have to face minions Brunei U22s and Laos U22s in the remaining games. So the Indonesia match at Rizal Memorial Stadium in Manila proves vital for Park’s team, as the junior Golden Dragons will take on heavyweights Singapore U22s on December 3 and archrivals Thailand U22s December 5. Indra Sjafri’s men have showed that they are to compete for one of Group B’s two tickets to the semifinals, with a strong defense line and a clean sheet. Thus Park had every reason to be cautious not to expose his formation and tactics to the media. Indonesia are not afraid of Vietnam, Sumardji, director of the Indonesian team, told… Read full this story
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