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Thailand destroyed Myanmar with a score of 9-0 by the overwhelming play

Thailand destroyed Myanmar with a score of 9-0 by the overwhelming play

With the difference in class and level, Thai Futsal players easily defeated Myanmar with 9-0 to lead Group A of 2019 AFF Futsal Championship.

Final score: Thailand Futsal vs Myanmar Futsal (FT: 9-0)

An easy match for the Golden Temple team was predicted before the match took place. With the superiority of class, Thailand quickly rushed to attack right after the game started. A series of opportunities created by the blue shirt players, but could not beat the goalkeeper on Myanmar.

Meanwhile, the red shirt team actively counterattacked and prevented most attacks from Thailand. They even had some excellent counterattack but could not take advantage.

But then something must come. In the 16th minute of the match, Thailand had an opening goal after the goal of player 3 - Warut. Minutes later no more goals were scored. The first half ended with a score of 1-0 in favor of Thailand.

Entering the second half, Thailand is still a more active team. They constantly pressed the Myanmar players. Opportunities are created and goals come very easily. An additional 8 goals have been scored for blue shirt players. The final result is 9-0 in favor of Thailand Futsal.

With this victory, Thailand Futsal reached the semi-finals with sitting at the top of Group A with 9 points and the difference of +32.

Thailand Futsal vs Myanmar Futsal match information

Time: 12:30 (GMT+8), October 23th, 2019

Competition: 2019 AFF Futsal Championship group stage

Thailand Futsal proved the destructive power in the futsal AFF Futsal HDBank Championship 2019. After two rounds, Thailand scored 24 goals, only conceding 1 goal.

The two destructive victories of Thailand in the first two matches came from a 12-0 victory over Cambodia and 12-1 against Timor Leste. Thailand is the first team of Group A to win an early ticket to the semi-finals with two victories.

Compared to Thailand, who is rated the highest this year, Myanmar is also showing superiority in a light group when they beat Timor Leste 6-1 and overtook Cambodia 13-3. Myanmar and Thailand will meet on the afternoon of October 23rd to determine the first position in Group A to enter the semi-finals.

Thailand Futsal coach Pazos Mendes expressed his satisfaction with the students' performance, winning, no injuries, and no yellow cards.

Towards the match against Myanmar will determine the top of Group A, Mr. Mendes said: "I understand the Myanmar team and them too. The fact is that we know each other quite well, because the teams in the region are often face-to-face against each other in recent tournaments like AFF, AFC, Indoor Games and SEA Games, I have plans to limit their strengths and attack their weaknesses to get the best out of tomorrow's game, and respect your opponent".

The fact that the champions of Southeast Asia and the Top 3 in Asia Thailand have shown their superiority in this tournament is not too surprising. The level of the Thailand Futsal has been on the continent for a long time and is stable only after Iran and Japan, the continent's top futsal platforms. During the training course in Japan to prepare for this tournament, although there was only a week of acquaintance, coach Mendez still helped Thailand Futsal defeat Japan Futsal.