Kim Pan-Gon, head coach of Malaysia national team doesn’t care about the previous record and wants to make new history in a match against Chinese Taipei national team in the FIFA World Cup 2026 Asian Qualifiers Round 2 Group D matchday 2 tomorrow.
Previously, Malaysia has lost in their last three matches at the Chinese Taipei since 2000, is lost 2-3 in the FIFA World Cup 2014 Asian Qualifiers first round in 2011 and the AFC Asian Cup qualifiers in 2000, and 0-2 defeat in a friendly in September 2018.
“History is history, we are a new team, a new coach and I think this is a new clash. Like I said, we respect Taiwan and we also respect history.
“However, we want to create new history and we have a dream to step into the next round. So, to achieve that we have to fight to get three points tomorrow,”
“Our analysis team has information about Taiwanese naturalized players as well as some of their players playing in China.”
“Taiwanese players are very disciplined, work hard and also have a good physique. We will use all the information we have for tomorrow’s match and hope it can help us get three points,”
FIFA World Cup 2026 Asian Qualifiers Round 2, Group D Matchday 2 between Chinese Taipei vs Malaysia will be played on 21 November 2023 at 7.00 pm. at Taipei Municipal Stadium, Taipei.
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