Indonesia conquers Myanmar in the AFF Cup U-18 Prime Game
U-19 Indonesia national team managed to conquer host Myanmar with a score of 2-1 in the first match of allowance for Group B AFF U-18 Cup at Thuwuna Stadium on Tuesday (09/09/2017) at 18.30 WIB.
Left behind the first goal scored by Myat Kaung Khant in the 28th minute, Indonesia turned ahead through two goals Egy Maulana Vikri in minute 71 and (90 + 3).
At the start of the match, both teams try to dominate possession and attack.
Garuda Nusantara, nicknamed U-19 national team Indonesia, got the first chance through a free kick.
However, the execution of the player trained by Indra Sjafri is still hit the opponent’s defense fence.
The hosts got their first kick on target via Myat Kaung Khant which can still be anticipated by goalkeeper M Riyandi.
After that, Myat Kaung Khant managed to record his name on the scoreboard after breaking into Indonesia goal in the 28th minute.
Starting from horizontal bait Pyae Sonme Naing on the right side of the Indonesian defense, the ball then leads to the middle of which greeted Myat Kaung Khant. He managed to menceploskan ball into goalkeeper M Riyandi. Myanmar also winning 1-0.
Disadvantaged, Garuda Nusantara tried to equalize. Saddil Ramdani bait into the opponent’s penalty box and successfully accepted by Hanis Saghara.
However, kicking Hanis Saghara still bounced over Myanmar’s goalkeeper.
Score 1-0 to the advantage of the host lasted until the first half was over.
In the second half, Garuda Nusantara appear to dominate with more attacks.
Opportunities first obtained through Egy Maulana Vikri, but his efforts still have not led the opponent’s goal.
Myanmar put pressure through shots via Win Naing. Luckily, Riyandi can still anticipate the direction of the ball.
Wan Naing again threatened the Garuda Nusantara goal. His head still deviated thin on the right side of goalkeeper Riyandi.
In the 66th minute, Egy got a golden opportunity. Unfortunately, his kick from close range can still be pushed over by the Myanmar goalkeeper.
Indra Sjafri forces struggle finally paid off in the 71st minute.
Starting from Marasabessy kick that troubles the opponent goalkeeper and had time to hit the goalposts, the ball rebound successfully used Egy Maulana Vikri through a header.
Scores were back just as strong, 1-1.
Successfully equalized, Egy et al continued to press the host defense.
Hanis Saghara welcomed the crossing of his team mate through an acrobatic kick, but the ball did not lead to the goal.
Luthfi tried to kick from outside the penalty box, but his efforts are still soaring above Myanmar’s goal.
In extra time, Indonesia finally turned back through the cutting Egy Maulana Vikri. Egy kick off the left foot that breaks into the opponent’s goal.
Indonesia also turned 2-1 ahead and lasted until the game ended.