VFF confirmed that Nguyen Van Toan had dislocated his joints and injured the knuckles of his left hand ring finger. This is not a serious injury but the goalkeeper did not recover in time for the match between U23 Vietnam and U23 Korea.
In the last minutes of the first half of the match against Thailand U23, Van Toan caught the ball poorly, leading to a 1-1 equalizer. After this phase, the goalkeeper of U23 Vietnam was hurt and was forced to leave the field at the beginning of the second half, making way for Quan Van Chuan.
In the match against Thailand U23, Tran Danh Trung also had to leave the field due to injury. MRI results showed that this striker only had damage to the soft part of his ankle. However, he needs to be continued to be monitored for the best treatment and is likely to be absent from the match against Korea U23.
In addition to the two injuries of Van Toan and Danh Trung, the remaining members of U23 Vietnam have no health problems.
VFF confirmed that midfielder Thanh Binh is physically fit and ready to play next Sunday. In addition, the VFF also explained that many U23 players in Vietnam had “cramps” because they had spent a long time off playing at the club level and had just returned to practice. Therefore, when operating with high intensity, it will easily lead to overload.
In the immediate future, U23 Vietnam will focus on recovering to be ready for the upcoming matches. Coach Gong Oh-Kyun gave the whole team a full day off before returning to the training ground tomorrow (June 4).
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