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Thai newspaper: "With Akira Nishino, Thailand will rise to the top of Asia"

Thai newspaper:

Thai Rath believes that under the guidance of coach Akira Nishino, Thailand will soon be among the top Asian football teams.

Experiencing the first 2 matches of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers in Asia, Thailand is leading Group G with 4 points. After being inconclusive with Vietnam, Akira Nishino's army won 3 convincing points in their trip to Indonesia's Gelora Bung Karno.

Under coach Akira Nishino, Thailand has had extremely positive changes. They play a football that is rich in speed and technique. Although the team lacks real strikers like Teerasil Dangda or Adisak Kraisorn, they still know how to create great pressure and concede the opponent. 3 goals and countless opportunities that Thailand has created before Indonesia is the best evidence.

Commenting on the team's performance after the first two matches, Thai Rath believes that Thailand will soon regain its position in the region and will soon rise to the top of the Asian teams: " Thailand has made a mark in the 2022 World Cup qualifier from the most difficult story We can see clearly, coach Nishino gives the opportunity to every player, even very young. If you're good enough, age doesn't matter.

Thailand is attacking with more depth. In the match against Vietnam, not having any striker is a big limitation. In the second match with Indonesia, our play was more coherent, more opportunities and 3 goals. Undeniably Akira Nishino is Thailand's best choice at the moment. With the recent start, it can be seen that the goal of advancing to the strong Asian team that Mr. Nishino mentioned is not without basis. Thailand can fully hope".

In the upcoming round 3 of group G, Thailand will not have to play. Their next challenge in their 4th match will be hosting UAE as the home team on October 15th. The result of this match will be the most accurate answer to Thai football's ambition to reach the continent under Akira Nishino.