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Indonesia defeated Malaysia to repay the previous tournament's debt

Indonesia defeated Malaysia to repay the previous tournament's debt

Indonesia Futsal has successful revenge when defeating Malaysia Futsal with a score of 3-2 in the match that just ended a few minutes ago.

Final score: Indonesia Futsal vs Malaysia Futsal (FT: 3-2)

The draw brought Malaysia and Indonesia continue to be in the same table at the AFF Futsal 2019. Also in this tournament last year, the Tigers defeated the team of Indonesia with a score of 7-5 to stand at the top of his group. That's why Indonesian players are so determined to repay the loan they borrowed from Malaysia last year.

With a goal of 3 points, both teams accelerate the game from the first minute. The Indonesian and Malaysian players gave fans a fascinating match. A series of chances were created on both sides of the goal, but neither goal was scored after more than 10 minutes.

With such a posture, goals come just a matter of time. In the 15th minute, in a counterattack, Indonesia's number 10 player finished close to opening the match. Just a few seconds later, Indonesia's No. 4 player increased the score to 2-0 after taking advantage of the mistakes of the Malaysian players. The yellow shirt team then tried to shorten the score in the first half but they failed.

Entering the second half, it was still a match, but this time the Malaysian players took the initiative. They attacked massively in hopes of scoring a goal to shorten the score. 7 minutes in the second half, the goal came to the yellow shirt team after a free-kick situation. The scorer was the player with the number 6. And just like the first half, a few seconds later, the score was 2-2 after the goal of the number 13 player on the Malaysian side.

The drama was pushed up when the Indonesian team once again took the lead thanks to the high-level solo of the 9th-shirt-number player. During the remaining 8 minutes, the Malaysian players tried hard to level the score but could not succeed. In the end, Indonesia Futsal won with a score of 3-2, thereby repaying the debt borrowed from Malaysia Futsal a year ago.

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The lucky draw brought Malaysia and Indonesia continue to be in the same table at the Futsal Southeast Asia 2019. Also in this tournament last year, the Tigers defeated the team of thousands of islands with a score of 7-5 to stand at the top of his group. That's why Indonesian players are so determined to repay the loan they borrowed from Malaysia last year.
With a goal of 3 points, both teams accelerate the game from the first minute. The Indonesian and Malaysian players gave fans a fascinating match. A series of chances were created on both sides of the goal, but neither goal was scored after more than 10 minutes.
With such a posture, goals come just a matter of time. In the 15th minute, in a counterattack, Indonesia's number 10 player finished close to opening the match. Just a few seconds later, Indonesia's No. 4 player increased the score to 2-0 after taking advantage of the mistakes of the Malaysian players. The yellow shirt team then tried to shorten the score in the first half, but failed.
Entering the second half, it was still a match, but this time the Malaysian players took the initiative. They attacked massively in hopes of scoring a goal to shorten the score. 7 minutes in the second half, the goal came to the yellow shirt team after a free kick situation. The scorer was the player with the number 6. And just like the first half, a few seconds later, the score was 2-2 after the goal of the number 13 player on the Malaysian side.
The drama was pushed up when the Indonesian team once again took the lead thanks to the high level solo of the 9th player. During the remaining 8 minutes, the Malaysian players tried hard to level by special but can not succeed. In the end, Indonesia Futsal won with a score of 3-2, thereby repaying the debt borrowed from Malaysia Futsal a year ago.
 

Indonesia Futsal vs Malaysia Futsal match information

Time: 17:00 (GMT+8) on October 21st

Competition: 2019 AFF Futsal Championship

The Futsal HDBank AFF 2019 Championship is calculated as a result of the 2020 AFC Futsal Qualifier so this is the factor that makes the competition in the AFF Futsal Championship more intense.

There are 8 teams in this tournament and they are divided into 2 groups. Group A includes teams from Thailand, Myanmar, Timor-Leste and Cambodia. Group B includes Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia and Australia. The teams compete in a round-robin format, choosing the two teams with the highest results in each group to the semi-finals. Two teams won the semi-finals to compete for the title, two teams lost will play the third-place match.

To prepare for this tournament, Malaysia Futsal team participated in an international friendly match in China from 6 to 8/10 against Morocco, Denmark and the home team China. Malaysia then returned to Kuala Lumpur to play two friendly matches with New Caledonia, then went to Ho Chi Minh City. Recently the captain of the Malaysian team Futsal suffered a minor injury, which is a small disadvantage for the Malaysian team, but this team still aims to reach the semi-finals and moreover the champion.

Meanwhile, the Indonesian Futsal team went to Qatar to play some friendly matches with the host, the Futsal Iraqi team and a number of other clubs before the official tournament.

Since having been coached by the Japanese for the past three years, Futsal Indonesia has made rapid progress and is an annoying opponent. At the U20 AFC championship recently, Indonesia reached the semi-finals proudly.