Piala AFF U-18: Timnas Indonesia vs Myanmar di Tempat Ketiga

Ball Article / 16 September, 2019

The U-18 Indonesian national team still leaves one final match after losing to Malaysia in the semifinals of the AFF U-18 2019. Fakhri Husaini’s squad tried to be challenged by Myanmar in the race for the best place.

Bagus Kahfi and his friends failed to make the final after losing dramatically 3-4 to Malaysia. The success of the Malayan Tiger victory was created through Haiqal Adam’s header in the time bonus round.

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Had left behind through the success of Aiman ​​Afif in the 19th minute, Garuda Nusantara successfully equalized the score to be 1- 1 through Beckham Putra.

The fight was fierce in the second round. Malaysia again excelled through Luqman Hakim when before finally being equalized by Fajar Fathur Rochman.

Indonesia U-18 national team lost 3-4 to Malaysia in the semifinals. Indonesia U-18 national team lost 3-4 to Malaysia in the semifinals. (PSSI Doc.)

The Go Dau stadium rumbled, Salman Alfarid breaking into the Malaysian goalkeeper brought the Indonesian U-18 national team ahead 3-2. However, Haiqal Adam’s free kick strikes the match 3-3 in normal time.

The negligence of the Red and White team must be paid handsomely in the early stages of extra time. Haiqal Adam’s header using Mukhairi Ajmal’s free-kick made Malaysia turn superior.

AFF U-18 Cup: Indonesia vs Myanmar national team in third place

The efforts of Indonesian children to make the delay did not produce results because a little final. Malaysia has the right to advance to Australia’s last face.

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Face Indonesia U-18 national team against Myanmar in the race for third place, Monday (8/19). Myanmar itself defeated 1-2 of Australia in the semifinals.

Previously, Indonesia and Myanmar had met in round A. Squad Both teams ended in a 1-1 draw but Indonesia had the right to hold the status of team champion because of superior productivity success