KUALA LUMPUR-The fastest 3-2 win Timor Leste last Saturday, including the University's liabilities, but captain Phil Younghusband will increase the Azkals at the level of play that goes into the hardest level of the group level in the Suzuki 2018 AFF Cup.
The Azkals were not totally for identifying how to do; left the KLFA Football Park here, not to escape with the biggest points against Timor lost; The first two games here are large margins.
And with a duel with uncertain Thailand coming forward on Wednesday, the Azkals need to be able to; Settle the fierce brothers before they are too late.
"You can only hit the ones on your side," said Younghusband, who made the opening visit in 27 minutes.
"When we face Thailand, we would have to build our game. But the most important thing today was the win. I'm sure the Thailand game will come, we'll learn our lessons tonight and I'm sure we have better performance. We have players who can rise up to that level. "
The Azkals face the Alien War II at Panaad Park in Bacolod Town Wednesday. The winner will sing a place in the half-conclusions.
Thais's defensive supporter over Indonesia, 4-2, in Bangkok for the second and only top prize, ahead of the Azkals has been a difference of visitors.
The Azkals thought they had an impact on their post after Martin Steuble and Carlie De Murga were put to an earlier strike at Younghusband, but the Timorese attacked Azkals protection for two fire attacks quickly achieved through Nat Reis and Joao Pedro in the second half, move forward for a great finish.
He did not help that Stephan Schrock was only good for 40 minutes of difficulty as a result of Achilles's tailoring problem, and Manny Ott did not make the trip badly injured. Neil Etheridge's breaks have been caused by step quad, a & # 39; let Michael Falkesgaard get involved in the competition.
Falkesgaard needed to be alert early to save on the # 39; disappointed because the Azkals did not look like a team that was willing to win the competition for their sake. first time.
"We need to look back in this game and get some things straight," said Falkesgaard. "It was not good enough, the players know it. It's not a moment of benefit as a result of the way we played."
There was a general benefit to & # 39; giving a crew to the team, who mourned for having lost one of his biggest supporters, Vhonne Servinda, who left Saturday morning after a long battle with cancer. Servinda was also a photographer of The Enquirer.
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