Tuesday , February 7 2023

2022 AFF Cup: Thailand vs Vietnam

Vietnam play Thailand in the second leg of the 2022 AFF Cup final at Thammasat, Bangkok. The game kicks off at 7:30 p.m.





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    Game on!

    Thailand play the game in their traditional blue jersey and Vietnam in red.


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    Vietnamese fans on the stand. Photo by Duc Dong


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    Coach Park Hang-seo prays before the game. Photo by Duc Dong


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    Thailand players warm up. Photo by Giang Huy


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    FIFA President Gianni Infantino (second to the left) in the VIP area of Thammasat Stadium.


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    Vietnam players warm up. Photo by Lam Thoa


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    Vietnam lineup. Photo by Vietnam Football Federation


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    Thailand lineup. Photo by Football Association of Thailand

Thailand got two away goals from a 2-2 draw in the first leg on Vietnam’s home ground, and they will get to play the second leg at home on Monday.

Besides playing under the heat unlike the chill weather of Hanoi, and the pressure from 25,000 Thai fans, Vietnam will have to win or draw 3-3 in the second leg to claim the title.

Thailand’s coach Mano Polking said that he would choose to play offensive in the second leg, despite the advantage in the first leg. Park hopes Polking will keep his word and play openly, instead of going heavy on defense like in the first leg.

The AFF Cup final second leg with Thailand will be Park’s last game as Vietnam head coach. His contract with Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) will expire by the end of January.

Thailand got two away goals from a 2-2 draw in the first leg on Vietnam’s home ground, and they will get to play the second leg at home on Monday.

Besides playing under the heat unlike the chill weather of Hanoi, and the pressure from 25,000 Thai fans, Vietnam will have to win or draw 3-3 in the second leg to claim the title.

Thailand’s coach Mano Polking said that he would choose to play offensive in the second leg, despite the advantage in the first leg. Park hopes Polking will keep his word and play openly, instead of going heavy on defense like in the first leg.

The AFF Cup final second leg with Thailand will be Park’s last game as Vietnam head coach. His contract with Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) will expire by the end of January.

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