Indonesia, Thailand to Lose Left-Back Player in Upcoming Match
jpnn.com, SINGAPORE - The Indonesian and Thai national soccer teams will both lose a left-back player in the upcoming AFF Cup finals at the National Stadium, Singapore, Wednesday (29/12).
Garuda troops will play without Pratama Arhan, while Thailand will miss Theerathon Bunmathan. The two players are forced to pull out due to the yellow cards they have received.
Arhan got yellow cards in the semifinals when his team played against Singapore.
The loss of the PSIS Semarang star is certainly a big loss for Indonesia since he has been one of the most trusted players of coach Shin Tae Yong.
The same thing happened to Theeraton. The former Yokohama F. Marinos player also received yellow cards during the semifinals when his team played against Vietnam.
Theeraton himself has had an important role. The presence of the 31-year-old senior defender has helped the Thai team pack three clean sheets in the tournament.
It will be interesting to see the strategy Shin Tae Yong and Alexandre Polking will take in response to the absence of their mainstay player.
The Indonesia vs Thailand national team duel will take place on Wednesday (29/12) evening.
The Indonesian and Thai national soccer teams will both lose a left-back player in the upcoming AFF Cup finals.
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