Starting line-up U23 VMlaysia – U23 Cambodia:
Malaysia U23: Arzri Ab Ghani, Quentin Cheng, Azam Azmi Murad, Hadi Fayyadh, Syafik Ismail, Hairiey Hakim, Azfar Fikri, Zikri Khalili, Ubaidullah Shamsul, Safwan Mazlan, Aiman Afif.
Cambodia U23: Kimhuy, Sokmeng, Sinti, Buncchai, Nava, Sa Ty, Chanchav, Chanthea, Ky Rina, Vang Davin, Sovannmakara.
Scored: Razak (51′ pen, 68′) – Chanchav (45+2′ pen), Sovannmakara (61′).
Because U23 Malaysia has officially got tickets to play in the semi-finals, coach Brad Maloney did not launch the strongest squad. Even so, “Tigers” still easily created a dominant position compared to the underrated Cambodia U23 in all aspects. Within the first 10 minutes of the match, the yellow shirt strikers launched 3 shots towards the goal of goalkeeper Hul Kimhuy but failed to score any goals.
In the next period, U23 Malaysia still completely owned the game and continuously organized attacks towards the goal of Cambodia U23. Unfortunately, their final coordination still lacked the mutation needed to penetrate goalkeeper Hul Kimhuy’s net.
Thought, the first half would end with a 0-0 result, then in the 45+1 minute, Quenti Cheng let the ball touch his hand quite silly in the penalty area and the referee did not hesitate to point at the penalty spot. On the 11m mark, Choun Chanchav calmly defeated goalkeeper Arzri Ab Ghani, opening the score for Cambodia U23.
In the second half, U23 Malaysia was forced to increase the tempo of the match. 50 minutes, Taing Bunchhai illegally tackled Syafik Ismail in the penalty area and the referee pointed at the penalty spot. On the 11m mark, Hadi Fayyadh Razak easily fooled goalkeeper Kimhuy to equalize 1-1 for Malaysia U23.
In the 61st minute, Im Somoun made a long pass from the home side for Sin Sovannmakara to penetrate the penalty area before defeating goalkeeper Arzri Ab Ghani in a face-to-face position, raising the score to 2-1 for Cambodia U23.
However, just 7 minutes later, Luqman Hakim passed the ball in the penalty area to Hadi Fayyadh Razak, turning to hit the net of Cambodia U23, equalizing the score 2-2 for U23 Malaysia.
A few minutes left of the match, U23 Malaysia tried to attack but could not score more goals and had to accept the result of a 2-2 draw.
Thus, U23 Malaysia is temporarily leading with 8 points from 4 matches. However, if Thailand U23 defeats Laos U23, they will meet Indonesia U23 in the semi-finals, while Malaysia U23 will meet Vietnam U23.
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