Vietnam teamed up for coach Park Hang-seo “I will give you the victory”

The Vietnamese players set a goal to do their best for coach Park Hang-seo’s wonderful last dance.

Vietnam, led by coach Park Hang-seo, will play the second leg of the 2022 ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Mitsubishi Electric Cup Final against Thailand at Thammasat Stadium in Pathum Thani, Thailand on the 18th at 9:30 pm (Korean time). In the first leg, Vietnam drew 2-2 with Thailand, so a win or a tie with three or more goals is required to win.

Ahead of the game, Vietnamese defender Que Ng Oc Hai said, “The whole team is ready. We will play in order to devote ourselves to the fans. This is also the end of coach Park Hang-seo. Our goal is to win the final.”

As Ock Hai said, this match is coach 토토사이트 Park Hang-seo’s farewell match to Vietnam. Director Park Hang-seo, who took the baton in Vietnam in 2017, created a ‘Park Hang-seo craze’ upon arrival. Coach Park Hang-seo, who became a hero in Vietnam by leading the team to victory in the Suzuki Cup at the time, has developed Vietnamese soccer to a high level over the past five years.

In the 2019 Asian Cup quarterfinals and 2022 Qatar World Cup Asian qualifiers, Vietnam led Vietnam to the final qualifiers for the first time in history. Despite not bringing home a World Cup ticket, Vietnam secured a historic first win by beating China in the final qualifying round.

Director Park Hang-seo has officially announced a breakup with Vietnam in 2022. After this tournament, coach Park Hang-seo will leave his team. Vietnamese players want to say goodbye to coach Park Hang-seo with a smile by decorating this tournament with a victory.

Coach Park Hang-seo, who became the protagonist of the final, did not care much about his final, saying, “I have said it many times, but I always put in the same preparation and effort whether it is the first game or the last game.”

Head coach Park Hang-seo, who is feeling the pressure to win, tried to fight the nerves with Thailand, saying, “I hope you play aggressively and aggressively to prove that Thailand cannot win with an away goal advantage.”

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