Tajikistan national team Advance to the finals as the first team After turning the situation in the second half, they defeated Trinidad & Tobago with a score of 2-1 in the 48th King’s Cup 2022 at the 700th Anniversary Chiang Mai Stadium.
In this game, it is on the side of Trinidad. who had the opportunity to win the first time from the 5th minute from the stroke of a shot far from outside the penalty area of Ajani Fortune, but the ball fell off the first post
In the 14th minute Tajikistan had a chance to win for the first time. From the rhythm of the attack on the left side and as Tabrez Islomov opened for Shahrom Samiev, but the ball headed off the second post in a terrifying way.
And in the 27th minute from Trinidad’s quick counter-attack and as Levy Garcia headed for Juda Garcia, the ball slipped into the goal easily, Trinidad took the lead 1- 0
After that, there were no more doors. The first half ended with Trinidad and Tobago leading 1-0.
arrived in the second half Started not long in the 47th minute from the moment that Nuriddin Kamrokulov opened a long ball from his own territory, the ball went into Muhammad Jon Rahimov’s way, falling alone, going into the shot, not remaining Tajikistan equalized at 1-1.
After a long silence, in the 75th minute Tajikistan set up the attack and it was Sherwoni Marbatshoev who dribbled into the penalty area. before losing But still able to concentrate and pass the ball to Ehsoni Panchanbe shot in Tajikistan overtakes lead 2-1
In the 82nd minute, Tajikistan almost got the third goal from a quick counter-attack, and it was Ehsoni Panchanbe’s solo shot. But the ball went to save Nicklas Frederup, goalkeeper of Trinidad. able to brush away
After that, though on the shores of Trinidad Will try to push the game and get many chances, but not successful. The side won 2-1 through to the finals.
Tajikistan national team qualified for the finals Waiting to meet the winner between “Thai national team” and “Malaysia national team” that will compete at 9:30 p.m.
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