- Viet Nam women's futsal team lost 1-4 against Thailand in the first game13:43 | 27/06/2013
On June 26th, Futsal opened for 4th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games (AIMAG) by the game between Viet Nam and Thailand ( group B). Viet Nam was defeated 1-4 by Thailand though they had scored an open for the match.
In the first half Viet Nam controlled ball more than Thailand. They showed good defense and sharpness of attack. In 2th minute Viet Nam opened score from a quick attack. Having received ball from teammate which was taken from opponents, Nguyen Thi Thanh lead ball then gave a shoot to score an open for Viet Nam. Thailand immediately attacked fiercely, then equalized 1-1 in 4th minute from a corner.
After that, Viet Nam had strengthened defense in order to prevent opponents from getting closely to our pitch. Besides that, Viet Nam girls also created beautiful and clever combination however, unfortunately we did not take advantage well. Viet Nam had to pay for this when Thailand played better and put press under Viet Nam from the beginning of second half. Meanwhile Viet Nam girls showed that their physical strength seemed to be down after coming back from national Futsal tournament. Thailand continued to score 3 more goals when Viet Nam couldn’t follow the game.
In the end of second half, Viet Nam applied Power play ( 5 players without goalkeeper) that had created two clear chances toward Thailand’s net however no goal was scored. The game was ended with result 1-4 for Thailand.
At the same day, the match Iran vs Malaysia followed Viet Nam vs Thailand. On june 27th Viet Nam women’s futsal team continued to face with Hongkong ( China) at 13:30 before that would be the game between Thailand and the strongest team of groun B- Iran.
Tran Anh Tu (from Incheon – Korea)
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