15 Aug 2022 | 01:49 | Football
After participating in the semi-finals of “Crossing the Narrow Gate”, Vietnam U16 played hot and beat Thailand U16 2-0, thus proudly participating in the 2022 Southeast Asia U16 final.
The victory of Coach Nguyen Quoc Tuan and his students helped Vietnamese football extend its winning streak against great rivals Thailand at the youth level. After the game, Vietnam U16 also received a meaningful spiritual gift because of this impressive achievement.
Accordingly, Tran Quoc Duan, Acting Chairman of the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF), and the Standing Committee of the VFF Executive Committee extended their congratulations and congratulations to the U16 Vietnam team. The VFF leaders also gave out 300 million VND as a hot bonus, which boosted the morale of the team in time.
Therefore, at this time, the U16 Vietnam team received a bonus of 600 million VND. Previously, the team also received 300 million VND from VFF when they won tickets to the semi-finals. The U16 Vietnam team lost self-determination after the group stage, but thanks to the good results in Group C, Cong Phuong and his teammates continued to finish second with the best record.
Mr. Tran Quoc Tuan and the VFF Standing Committee reminded the whole team to continue to stay focused and get the best preparation for the 2022 Southeast Asia U16 Championship final on August 12. U16 Vietnam’s opponent is host U16 Indonesia.
Despite beating Thailand U16s, Vietnam U16s also suffered a huge loss in the final match of the 2022 Southeast Asia U16 Championships, so coach Nguyen Quoc Duan’s army will be absent from two important pillars of the duel championship.
Vietnam youth football has achieved many remarkable achievements in recent years. At the beginning of 2022, Vietnam U23 won the Southeast Asia U23 championship under the leadership of coach Dinh The Nam, and then successfully defended the gold medal of the 31st Southeast Asian Games with coach Park Hengrui at home.
Under the guidance of coach Gong Wujun, the U23 Vietnam team won the right to participate in the quarter-finals of the 2022 AFC U23 Championship, while the U19 Vietnam team won the third place in the 2022 AFC U19 Championship with a weak lineup.