Hanoi – Indonesia national team U–19 B humiliated Thailand in the first match of Group A AFF Prepatory 2014 at My Dinh National Stadium, Hanoi, Friday (05/09/2014). Team Garuda Jaya arrested White Elephant team by a score of 2-6.
Throughout the match, Thailand does look more dominating. As a result, Thailand’s first to open the scoring in the 33rd minute thanks to goals scored by their striker, Patipan Pinsermsootsri.
Left behind one goal to make the U–19 B increases attack. The result in the 40th minute, side Rully Nere was able to equalize through goals from Al Qomar of the header.
But after a minute later, Thailand back ahead. This time, the goal was made from the spot which was executed by Atthawit Sukchuai. Score 2-1 for Thailand last until halftime.
In the second half, Thailand added advantage in the 58th minute. Goals scored from a free kick which landed smoothly Atthawit right corner of the goal in the U–19 were maintained Conan Afafa. 3-1 to Thailand.
Martinus Suruan managed to reduce the lag in the 65th minute. Escaped from the convoy behind opposing players, players that graduated from Pre PON Yogyakarta hard kick off the goalkeeper’s legs horizontally through the gap Anusit Terme.
68th minute, Thailand added a goal back. Suitthicok Kannoo defense took advantage of the U–19 B facing corner kick situation. Feed the rolling wildly in front of goal driven directly entered by Kannoo.
In the remaining match, Thailand again added two goals, one of them through Piyapong Homkhajon in the 88th minute for the 6-2 final score wins Thailand.
Furthermore, Thailand will face Myanmar on September 7. While the U–19 B New back play 9 September, also against Myanmar.
The composition of players:
U-19 B: Conan Afafa, Junda Irawan, Dwi Susanto, Fredrik Suruan, Fahmi Alayubbi (Dio Permana 50 ‘), Ardhi Novianto, Djali Ibrahim, Heri Setiawan, Wibowo Fortunately, Febri Haryadi, Sabeq Fahmi.
Thailand: Anusit Terme, Suporn Peenagatpho, Kiatthisak Toorkhuntod, Supravee Sanmahung, Caovat Veerachat, Patipan Pinsermsootsri, Tanashith Siripla, Noppjon Phonkam, Sittichok Phonkam, Sittichok Kanno, Atthawit Sukchuai.