Thailand hold off Indonesia to lift record 6th AFF Suzuki Cup

The War Elephants endure an early panic and in the end traveled to an agreeable 6-2 total success

Thailand have won a record-expanding 6th AFF Suzuki Cup title as a couple of objectives right off the bat in the final part assisted them to a 2-2 draw with Indonesia in the second leg of the last, balancing a 6-2 total triumph.

Following 4-0 from the main leg, Ricky Kambuaya gave the Garuda trust with a seventh-minute objective however strikes from Adisak Kraisorn in the 54th moment and Sarach Yooyen two minutes after the fact made the improbable everything except outlandish.

An all around taken late objective by Egy Maulana finished the scoring yet it was despair by and by for an Indonesian side that have now lost a record 6th last.

For Thailand it’s a re-visitation of the culmination four years after they last lifted the AFF Suzuki Cup prize, with mentor Alexandre Polking hailing the accomplishment as a ‘extraordinary’ one and a base to continue to push Thai football forward.

“After such a troublesome year football is as yet an extraordinary chance to make individuals glad and I trust this is a New Year present for all individuals in Thailand after troublesome occasions,” he expressed.

“I’m really glad that we won yet in addition that we won in an exceptional way and I simply need to express gratefulness to everybody from the staff, the authorities and particularly to the players

“This is an esteemed competition and we’re really glad that we won it yet we would rather not stop here and afterward not get an opportunity in the World Cup qualifiers or Asian Cup qualifiers.

“We showed a few splendid snapshots of football, shielded well whenever we needed to and made the most possibilities in the competition so we need to take that conviction to the powerful at this point.”


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