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Match Results Tajikistan U-23 vs Indonesia U-23: Score 1-2

The U-23 Indonesian national team successfully won the duel against Tajikistan U-23 at the Republican Central Stadium, Dushanbe, Tuesday (19/10/2021) night WIB. This match is a test match. In that match, the team made by Shin Tae-Yong managed to win by a narrow 1-2.

The match between the two teams was held behind closed doors. Even the match was held without spectators and also not broadcast live.

PSSI through its Twitter account, @PSSI shared the course of the Indonesian U-23 National Team match against Tajikistan quickly and completely. Indonesia U-23 Disadvantaged First

The Indonesian U-23 national team left behind Tajikistan. Young Garuda conceded in the 5th minute through Shervoni Mabatshoev.

The Indonesian U-23 national team goal was almost conceded again in the 27th minute. However, goalkeeper Ernando Sutaryadi was able to make an important save by securing a kick from the Tajikistan player.

The U-23 Indonesian national team managed to equalize through Hanis Saghara in the 36th minute. The 1973 Persikabo bomber's long-distance kick was the fruit of cooperation with Mohammad Kanu, nestled in the goal of Tajikistan.

Two minutes later, Garuda Muda had the opportunity to restore the situation. It's just that, Witan Sulaeman's kick was still able to be blocked by the Tajikistan goalkeeper. Indonesia U-23 Turned Superior Thanks to Bagus Kahfi

The Indonesian U-23 national team is increasingly in control of the game. Garuda Muda again got another chance through Bagus Kahfi. However, the 19-year-old striker's kick was still too slow.

Within eleven minutes of the second half running, Ernando twice secured his goal from the attacks of the opponent. The goalkeeper from Persebaya Surabaya was able to thwart a kick from a Tajikistan player in the 47th and 56th minutes.

The Indonesian U-23 national team turned superior to Tajikistan after Bagus Kahfi scored a goal in the 63rd minute. The Jong Utrecht striker was able to take advantage of a sweet pass with Witan Sulaeman.

After winning, the Young Garuda continued to be locked up in Tajikistan. Fortunately, the U-23 Indonesian National Team has a strong backline. Thanks to the resilience of Rizky Ridho et al, Shin Tae-Yong's fleet was able to maintain victory until the end of the match.

The U-23 Indonesian National Team will be back in testing, this time against Nepal U-23 on Friday (10/22/2021). After that, they will play twice with Australia in Group G of the 2022 U-23 Asian Cup Qualifiers on 27 and 30 October 2021.

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Composition of Indonesian U-23 National Team Players

Indonesian U-23 National Team (4-1-3-2): Ernando Sutaryadi; Asnawi Mangkualam, Rizky Ridho, Alfeandra Dewangga, Primary Arhan; Mohammad Kanu; Witan Sulaeman, Gunansar Mandowen, Ramai Rumakiek; Well done Kahf, Hanis Saghara

Coach: Shin Tae-yong

Tajikistan U-23: Muhriddin Hasanov, Naimjon Ibrahimzoda, Vakhdat Khanonov, Manuchekhr Safarov, Hussein Nurmatov, Karomatullo Saidov, Shervoni Mabatshoev, Daler Yodgorov, Emomali Ahmadkhon, Islom Zoirov, Rustam Soirov

Coach: Mubin Ergashev

The coach of the U-23 Indonesian National Team, Shin Tae-young, has his worries ahead of the test match against Tajikistan. The South Korean mix-up was afraid if any of his players were injured in the match. Therefore, Shin Tae-Yong reminded his team to be careful. Moreover, the match against Tajikistan will be held in a stadium with artificial turf.

The venue to be used is Republican Central Stadium Dushanbe, Tajikistan. The duel is scheduled to take place today, Tuesday (19/10/2021), starting at 20.00 WIB.

"Hopefully there will be no injuries in the match," said Shin Tae-Yong, adapted from the PSSI website.

"Even so, the players have to work hard and fight in the test match," he added. In this test match, Shin Tae-Yong also wants to see the progress of his players. Moreover, Asnawi Mangkualam and his friends have been in Tajikistan for five days.

They arrived there on Thursday (14/10). During his time in Tajikistan, Shin Tae-Yong continued to beat his players in high-tempo training.

"For the test match later, I want the players to focus more on the organization of the game," said Shin Tae-Yong.

"So I see how the players understand and understand the tactics and style of play that I want," he added. After meeting Tajikistan, the U-23 Indonesian national team is scheduled to practice against Nepal. This duel will take place at the same stadium on Friday (22/10).

The two test matches are preparations for the U-23 Indonesian national team to face Australia in the 2022 AFC U-23 Cup Qualification Group G. The match against Australia will take place over two legs.

align: justify;">The first leg will be played on 27 October 2021, at Republican Central Stadium Dushanbe. Meanwhile, the second meeting was three days later. Meanwhile, the U-23 Indonesian National Team squad has been in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, for almost a week to prepare for Australia in the 2022 AFC U-23 Cup Qualification Group G. Shin Tae-Yong's troops arrived there on We During his time in Tajikistan, Shin Tae-Yong continued to beat his players in practice. The intensity is also not light.

"Currently, we continue to mature the players in training with a high tempo," said Shin Tae-Yong, adapted from the PSSI website.

The South Korean coach also reported on the condition of his foster children. Shin Tae-Yong emphasized that Witan Sulaeman and his friends are in good condition.

"The condition of the players is okay," said the South Korean coach at the 2018 World Cup. Against Australia on Synthetic Grass

Meanwhile, the match against Australia will take place over two legs due to the withdrawal of China and Brunei Darussalam from the competition. The duel will be held on 27 and 30 October 2021.

The U-23 Indonesian National Team versus Australia will be held at the Republican Central Stadium Dushanbe, Tajikistan. The venue with a capacity of 30,000 seats is made of synthetic grass.

"We continue to adapt to the field. Because the grass used in the match later is synthetic," added Shin Tae-Yong.


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