“Vietnam U23 is well organized”
In a friendly match tonight (April 19) at Viet Tri Stadium (Phu Tho), South Korea U20 drew U23 Vietnam 1-1. Striker with a height of 1m90 Lee Young-jun (No. 9) was the first to open the score for Korea U20 in the 15th minute.
But only 3 minutes later, Dang Van Toi successfully made the equalizer for U23 Vietnam. In this match, coach Park Hang-seo made the most of the opportunity to test the squad.
U23 Vietnam started the match with a 5-4-1 formation including: Goalkeeper Van Toan, a trio of defenders Tien Long – Anh Viet – Van Toi, two wingers Phan Tan Tai (left), Nguyen Van Viet (right). ); midfield quartet Duc Viet – Cong To – Vi Hao – Bao Toan; spearhead striker Le Xuan Tu.
In the second half, Coach Park Hang-seo changed most of the squad in turn, creating conditions for Dang Van Lam, Le Van Xuan, Ho Thanh Minh, Nham Manh Dung, Dung Quang Nho, Van Tung, Ly Cong Hoang Anh, Xuan Quyet, Duy Cuong entered the field to express themselves.
Speaking after the match, Korea U20 coach Kim Eun Jung said: “The situation on the field was quite dramatic and each team scored 1 goal. Korea U20 had a difficult 90 minutes of competition against U23 Vietnam held. well under the guidance of coach Park Hang-seo. I was very surprised with what U23 Vietnam showed.”
When the reporter asked a question about which player was impressed on the U23 side of Vietnam, coach Kim Eun Jung replied: “In general, the U23 Vietnam players all played well, were well organized, well coordinated. It is known that this is not the strongest squad of U23 Vietnam.
Hopefully in the second friendly match taking place on April 22 at Hang Day Stadium, U20 Korea will be able to play with many good players of U23 Vietnam.”
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