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Malaysia awaits an important AFC ruling on the upcoming 2022 World Cup qualifiers match

Malaysia awaits an important AFC ruling on the upcoming 2022 World Cup qualifiers match

Malaysia is at risk of having to fight Vietnam at home without the cheers of any audience because they have let go of the flare situation in the match against Indonesia.

In the match between Malaysia vs Indonesia on November 19th, the stands of Bukit Jalil were blazing with flares. Not only that, but the fans of the two teams also had a scuffle that made it difficult for security forces to control.

Malaysian and Indonesian newspapers have published information on the flaming behavior of the fans, as the Malaysians threw the cannon into the yard after Safawi scored in the 27th minute.

After that, the home fans continued to gather at gate E, a place for Indonesian fans to perform provocative acts. The consequences are relatively serious as many injured people are hospitalized.

According to the News Strait Times Malaysia, police detained 41 suspects (27 Malaysians and 14 Indonesians). Before the match, fans of both teams also had acts of scuffle despite being isolated by a solid steel fence.

In the first leg between the two teams on the Bung Karno Stadium, riots between the two groups of fans also broke out, causing the Indonesian Football Federation to be fined $ 45,000. Most likely when facing Vietnam at Bukit Jalil Stadium on March 2020, Malaysia will have to receive a serious ban.