Malaysia national team qualified for the final after defeating the Thai national team in the penalties shootout with a score of 5-3 after a tie in 90 minutes 1-1 in the 48th King’s Cup 2022 semi-final at the stadium. 700th Anniversary of Chiangmai.
In this game, in the 12th minute, Thailand almost conceded a goal from the moment Kamphon Pathomakkakul caught the ball at the wrong moment before Faisal Halim, the Malaysian offensive line, followed again. But the ball fell out.
In the 17th minute, Malaysia had another chance to win. From the stroke of a long shot from outside the penalty area of Arif Aiman, the ball slipped off the second post to win
Malaysia continued to invade. In the 23rd minute, Malaysia took the corner and Safawi Rasid opened for Darren Lok to head, but the ball still flew over the bar.
And in the 32nd minute, from the moment that Malaysia set up the game from the middle and it was Faisal Halim’s cross ball next to La’Vere Corbin-Ong to fire in, Malaysia led 1-0.
In the 36th minute, Thailand got some wins from a long shot outside the penalty area of Pansa Hemwiboon, but the ball flew over the crossbar.
In the 39th minute, Thailand was able to win again from the moment that Bordin Phala had a shot in the penalty area, but the Malaysian goalkeeper Syihan Hazmi can also be discarded
The rest of the time there are no more goals. The end of the first half was on the Malaysian side, leading 1-0.
arrived in the second half Still on the Malaysian side who continued to push the game into the continuous invasion and in the 61st minute, Malaysia almost got the second goal from the stroke that Darren Lok had the opportunity to head straight But the ball went to the safe of Kamphon Pathomakkakul, the Thai national team goalkeeper. But the ball is not out of danger. The ball went in the direction of Arif Aiman, shooting again. But the ball fell off the second post.
Shortly thereafter, in the 63rd minute, Thailand should have scored an equalizer from the moment Supachai Jaidet got the ball alone. Before having a chance to shoot, but Syihan Hazmi, the goalkeeper of Malaysia can still show the super save again
In the 76th minute, Thailand almost scored another equalizer. From the moment the cross and Supachai Jaided headed, the Malaysian goalkeeper Syihan Hazmi can still show the same again
In injury time, 90+4 minutes, Malaysia came to 10 players from the moment that Nor Azam Azih went to slide at Phithiwat Sukchitthammakul. The referee gives the second yellow card a red card and is sent off.
But after that, in the 90+5 minutes from the moment that Sumanya Purisai opened the free-kick into the penalty area and it was Pansa Hemwiboon heading into Thailand, an equalizer was achieved 1-1.
After that, nothing happened. The game ended with both teams tied at 1-1. The winner had to be decided by a penalty shoot-out.
During the penalty shootout Becomes on the Malaysian side which is more accurate than shooting all of them, winning 5-3, and successfully progressing to the finals.
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