Thailand national team’s played final warm-up game losing at home to Chinese Taipei national team with a score of 0-1 in the friendly match at Thammasat Rangsit University Stadium, Pathum Thani.
In this game, before the start of the game, there was a standing ovation to honor Teeratep Winotai, who will play in this match, which will be the last match of his professional career, on behalf of the Thailand national team.
In the beginning of the game, it was the Thai side that attacked the game and had more chances to shoot, but there was no goal yet
In the 26th minute, Thailand had a chance to win when Teeratep Winotai made a long shot from outside the penalty area, but the ball went into the hands of Pan Wen-Chieh, the goalkeeper of Chinese Taipei.
And in the 28th minute, Teerathep Winotai was replaced from the field by Poramet Artvilai, and it was the last shot of his professional career on behalf of the Thailand national team.
At the end of the first half, minutes 45+2, Thailand almost took the lead from the moment Chalemsak Akkee headed in front of the goal, but it, unfortunately, missed the first post.
After that, there was no more time and the first half ended with both teams tied at 0-0
In the second half, in the 60th minute, Thailand almost took the lead when Sumanya Purisai shot in the penalty area, but the ball was cleared by Chinese Taipei’s line. A narrow miss unfortunately
And in the 72nd minute, Thai fans shocked the entire field, from the moment Chinese Taipei countered and Yen Ho-Chen opened a long ball to Chen Jui-Chieh, who caught the ball in one stroke before dropping the ball. Chinese Taipei took a 1-0 lead
After conceding a goal, Thailand attacked the game hard and in the 79th minute, Thailand almost scored a goal with a shot from Bodin Phala, but unfortunately the ball went over the crossbar.
After that, there was no more time, and the game ended in favor of the Chinese Taipei national team, who won 1-0.
Credit Photo : FA Thailand