“With high performance, U23 Vietnam will absolutely win in the group stage”
On the eve of the match between U23 Vietnam – U23 Philippines, in the second series of the group stage of SEA Games 31. BLV Hoang Hai (FPT television) made predictions and comments about the match:
He expressed: “After a convincing 3-0 victory over the most difficult opponent in the group, U23 Indonesia, I think U23 Vietnam is full of confidence to win all 4 victories to enter the semi-finals.
In the next match against U23 Philippines, an opponent that is considered unknown in the group, I believe that Coach Park Hang-seo will have strategies to make a difference to surprise the opponent.
Looking back at the match against U23 Indonesia, the exchange of positions of two full-backs, Le Van Xuan and Le Van Do, brought immediate effect. Next was the trump card Nham Manh Dung, the appearance of this player created a highlight with an assist for Tien Linh to open the scoring.
Therefore, in the match against U23 Philippines, I am looking forward to the adjustments of Mr. Park. It is possible that some rookies will be introduced by him in today’s match. In particular, the person I most expect to appear on the field is midfielder Nguyen Hai Long, a player with explosive technical play.
When asked to believe which name of U23 Vietnam will shine tonight, BLV Hoang Hai emphasized: “I have to say, this year’s SEA Games U23 Vietnam is showing strength thanks to the gameplay. All players can shine in any position on the field.
But personally, I still have a certain preference for midfielder Nguyen Hoang Duc, who played a match considered “out of submission” against U23 Indonesia. The soft play, the very eye-catching ball moves of player number 14 made waves in the stands of Viet Tri Stadium.
Hopefully tonight’s match, Hoang Duc will get a goal for himself to create confidence for the next matches. Finally, I predict that U23 Vietnam will win 4-0 against U23 Philippines, including a super long shot from Hoang Duc.
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