Thailand national team successfully won the championship after defeating Vietnam national team with a score of 1-0 in the AFF Mitsubishi Electric Cup 2022 Final, second leg at Thammasat University Rangsit Stadium, Pathum Thani.
In this game, it is the side of Thailand that has the advantage of cheering. who have invaded immediately since the start of the game and had many chances to score goals
In the 20th minute, Vietnam almost took the lead from the moment Do Hung Dung shot a somersault shot in the penalty area, but it was too light, and it was Kampol Pathomakkakul, the goalkeeper of Thailand. has recieved
and in the 25th minute from the counterattack of Thailand and Adisak Kraisorn pays for Theerathorn Bunmathan, shooting far from outside the penalty area The ball hit the first post beautifully, Thailand took the lead 1-0.
Vietnam had another chance to win in the 28th minute from the moment Bui Hoang Viet Anh slipped into a single shot. But the ball fell off the first post.
After that, there were no more goals. At the end of the first half, the Thai national team took the lead 1-0.
Arrived in the second half The Thai side began to play defensively to support the score. and the game became more intense. Until there was a stroke to cut the foul so hard that the game had to be stopped many times
In the 69th minute, the Vietnamese almost equalized when Nguyen Thien Linh scored a shot in the penalty area. But the ball got stuck in his own leg before Kampol Pathomakkakul, the goalkeeper of Thailand. will receive the ball
But at the end of the game, in the 90+5 minute, Thailand came down to 10 players from the moment Peeradon Chamrasamee went to intercept Nguyen Quang Hai, the referee gave a second yellow card, a red card, and sent off.
rest period side of Vietnam Trying to take the equalizer goal but unsuccessful, the end of the game is on the side of the Thailand national team. which was able to win 1-0.
The aggregate of 2 matches is on the side of the Thailand national team. Was able to win 3-2, successfully won the championship for the 7th time
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