Dec 16, 2016

Indonesia vs Thailand. What a fantastic come back!

Indonesia make a fantastic come back from one goal down to beat Thailand 2-1 in AFF Suzuki Cup first-leg last at a limit Pakansari Stadium in Bogor on Wednesday night.

The Merah Putih dazed the protecting champions with two goals in five second-half minutes after the Thais drove 1-0 at half-time.

The thin preferred standpoint gives Alfred Riedl's men some breathing space in front of the arrival leg in Bangkok on Saturday, yet the Austrian coach will be fulfilled, having seen his side grab triumph to disturb the competition top choices.

Thailand head coach Kiatisuk Senamuang reestablished a full-quality lineup from the side who whipped Myanmar 4-0 in the second-leg elimination round on Dec. 8.

Kroekrit Thawikan and Koravit Namwiset were gotten for cautious steel, while Chanathip Songkrasin and Teerasil Dangda were entrusted to mold an away objective.

It practically came as ahead of schedule as the seventh moment when Ricky Pora hit a wretched backpass that was grabbed by Tristan Do.

The wing back, be that as it may, dragged his shot wide, with just goalkeeper Kurnia Hermansyah to beat. However, that possibility spelled the start of Thai mastery, who outflanked their adversaries with their exact, "tik-tok" ownership football.

Sarawut Masuk was by have a turn a goal, however lightened a half volley only wide in the fourteenth moment.

Indonesia's expanding weight aggravated five minutes after the fact when their livewire winger Andik Vermansyah pulled up harmed with a leg issue, and must be extended off.

Zulham Zamrun entered his place, yet Indonesia did not have the front line forthright, and were rebuffed at the back following 33 minutes.

It came through none other than the competition's driving marksman Teerasil. He exploited an impeccable conveyance from Theerathon Bunmanthan to cover a low header past Kurnia, into the base corner.

Chanathip shot straightforwardly at Kurnia from short proximity as Thailand shut the half by a wide margin the unrivaled side.

They proceeded in journey control mode after the break. In any case, the amusement turned on its head halfway during that time half when Indonesia organized an impossible rebound. The Garudas found the equalizer in the 65th moment, and it was a strike that left nothing.

At the point when Rizky Pora got ownership 25 meters from objective, there seemed little threat with three Thailand guards before him.

Be that as it may, the winger's daisy cutter took an overwhelming avoidance off Tristan, and settled into the far corner in the wake of leaving Kawin level footed.

The home side were started up to locate the second objective, and thundered on by the Bogor swarm, they led the pack five minutes after the fact.

Lerby Eliandry missed the opportunity to include a third in damage time, yet the Indonesians still finished the challenge as merited victors.

Be that as it may, Thailand will at present be top picks to turn the tie to support them in Saturday's second leg at Rajamangala Stadium.