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Indonesia vs Malaysia post-match: Malaysia will sue to FIFA because their fans were attacked in Indonesia

Indonesia vs Malaysia post-match: Malaysia will sue to FIFA because their fans were attacked in Indonesia

The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) will file a lawsuit with FIFA after witnessing the country's fans being attacked in Indonesia.

According to NST, FAM was angry when he witnessed the aggressive behavior of Indonesian fans in the opening match of the second round of the 2022 World Cup. match organization of Indonesia.

Syed Saddiq, Minister of Youth and Sports Malaysia, affirmed on his personal page about sending a petition to the Indonesian government and his Imam Nahrawi counterpart on Indonesia. Earlier, Saddiq warned the Malaysian fans group (Ultras Malaya) about the danger of coming to Indonesia to cheer football.

“Indonesia cannot be tolerated in any way. Safety for Malaysian fans coming to the field to cheer the match is always our top priority, ”Mr. Saddiq emphasized.

According to the video recorded by the people present at the field, the Indonesian fans swept through the Malaysian fans area at the end of the match. The scuffle made a Malaysian fan unconscious on the field. Outside the soccer field, the host fans continue to provoke. To ensure safety, the organizers must use armored vehicles to support the Malaysian players on the move.

The anger of the home fans comes from Indonesia's 2-3 defeat against Malaysia. The home side took the lead twice but were leveled by Malaysia and lost in the last minute of extra time. Naturalized striker Mohamadou Sumareh became the hero of "Malay Tigers" with a double goal.

In the past, matches between Indonesia and Malaysia were always in a state of tension, likely to occur. At the AFF Cup 2010, Malaysia must come to the field with armored vehicles. When they returned, they were surrounded by Indonesian fans and threw many strange objects into the car.