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FIFA praised Thailand football before the big clash versus Vietnam

FIFA praised Thailand football before the big clash versus Vietnam

Recently, the World Football Federation (FIFA) has given much praise to Thailand after seeing an impressive performance of coach Mr. Nishino's students in the 2022 World Cup Qualifier.

“Thailand, under the new coach Akira Nishino, has proven that they are eligible for the FIFA World Cup Qatar ™ in 2022 through their fantastic performance.

Two wins and one draw have been a surprising result so far, putting the War Elephants at the top of the challenging Group G.

In the process, despite being held by a draw from Vietnam in the opening match, they bounced back to win 3-0 against host Indonesia before continuing to stun UAE 2-1 at home" - FIFA homepage wrote.

In the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifier, Thailand team under the guidance of coach Akira Nishino played quite impressively.

After the draw in the first matchday vs Vietnam, the War Elephants defeated Indonesia and UAE, in turn, to rise to the top with 7 points.

During Akira's new reign, the Japanese tactician also gave the opportunity to many young players such as Suphanat, Supachock, Ekanit Panya and that is one of the reasons for his success.

Supachock has a brilliant performance against Indonesia with 2 goals, and Ekanit Panya has just opened fire to help the team defeat the UAE.

Nishino coach partly confirmed his talent at the beginning of grasping Thailand.

"We have to prove that Thai football can compete best with other teams in Asia", Nishino said.

This positive achievement helped the Golden Temple team rise to 109th position in the October rankings of FIFA.

In the next two matches, Thailand will have to be guests of two very difficult opponents, including Malaysia (November 14th) and Vietnam (November 19th).

In particular, the confrontation with great rival Vietnam - the team is equal and ranked right behind them will be a key match that decides the success or defeat of the War Elephants at the 2022 World Cup Qualification.