Vietnamese football fans wholeheartedly cheered coach Park Hang-seo (64).
Vietnam, led by coach Park Hang-seo, will play the first leg of the 2022 AFF (ASEAN Football Federation) Mitsubishi Electric Cup final against Thailand at My Dinh National Stadium in Hanoi, Vietnam on the 13th at 9:30 pm (Korean time). The second game will be held at Thammasat Stadium in Pathum Thani, Thailand on the 16th.
Previously, in the semi-finals, Park Hang-Seo-Ho won a ticket to the final by defeating Indonesia under coach Shin Tae-yong.
The ‘defending champion’ Thailand won the tournament by defeating Malaysia, which was led by coach Kim Pan-gon.
I am interested in whether the end of director Park Hang-seo will be decorated with a ‘winner’.
Coach Park Hang-seo, who has been coaching the Vietnamese national team since September 2017, will finish his accompany with Vietnam at the end of this month.
The morale of the Vietnamese players is soaring. It is because I want to give the last gift to coach Park Hang-seo, the “Vietnamese national pope,” with a “winner.”바카라사이트
Manager Park Hang-seo said he needed a victory ‘for the fans’, not because of himself.
At a pre-press conference, he said, “The players shouldn’t be under pressure because of me. As a national team player, the fact that I must win for the fans is the most important thing. My job is not to burden the players, but to motivate them,” he said.
The heat for this final is even hotter as it is Coach Park Hang-seo’s last tournament and the opponent is “rival” Thailand.
The 2020 tournament, “defending champion” Thailand It is the most successful country in the tournament, six times.
On the other hand, Vietnam has lifted the championship twice, including in 2018, when it won with coach Park Hang-seo.
Fans cheering for coach Park Hang-seo before the start of the game, with reports that 40,000 tickets for the first game were sold in an instant. Fans flocked around the
stadium, holding a banner with the Korean words “Thank you, teacher. The journey of 5 years.” Another fan was holding a “mini statue” of director Park Hang-seo in his hand. In the
heat Attention is focusing on who will win the first leg of the ‘Southeast Asian World Cup’.