Park Hang-seo recognized the positive points from Vietnam’s performance in the 0-4 defeat against Australia in a World Cup qualifier on Thursday.
“The team lost 0-4 today but the players have tried their best. In the first half, we have used many new and inexperienced players. But it’s necessary to do that because it’s suitable for further development. We must prepare for the next generation of players,” Park said in the post-match conference.
Park fielded many new faces in the game with Australia. The team played well in the first 30 minutes, until Jamie Maclaren opened the score. In the last minute of the first half, Australia doubled the lead with Tom Rogic’s goal.
In the second half, Park made four changes to the lineup and Vietnam’s attacking power improved significantly with many chances created. However, they lacked accuracy, although the team were close to a goal, with Pham Tuan Hai lashing a shot just wide minutes after the restart.
“It’s unfortunate that we couldn’t convert our chances in the first minutes of the second half,” Park added.
When Vietnam were still trying to find a goal, Australia countered and scored two more goals from the 72nd to 76th minute. The game ended with a comfortable 4-0 win for Australia.
“Some new players haven’t been able to adapt to the tactics. But I still saw some positive points here. Through games like this, we will try to filter and search for more new talents,” Park said.
This is the biggest defeat that Park received ever since he became Vietnam head coach in 2017.
Vietnam are still at the bottom of group B with zero points after seven games.
In the next game, Vietnam will play at home stadium My Dinh in Hanoi with China on February 1, the first day of Lunar New Year.
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