Singapore out after the loss from Thailand in SEA Games Campaign



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We will have to see more on the Singaporean side ahead in the Sea Games against their upcoming opponents. Take a look at our latest Singapore football news on the results of Thailand against the Singapore faceoff journey to SEA Games. Binan Football Stadium – It was a goal-shy for Singapore national team and on an edge of a SEA Games exit following the tragic defeat in a 3 – 0 against the defending champion Thailand national team in a disorganized game at the venue on Sunday in the afternoon of December 1, 2019. Coach Fandi Ahmad’s players were unfortunate to find the net for the 3rd consecutive games following the 0 – 0 draw with Laos and another 2 – 0 loss against Indonesia. The youthful lions are prepared into Sunday’s matchup acknowledging they must win to have the opportunity for the qualification, however, they were failed in the seven minutes of match game wherein winger Jaroensak Wonggorn netted a goal. The forward struck over and peek across wide by then, along the Thai team seems active. The Young Lions are having a hard time to obtain a foothold within the 1st half, losing their possession time and another within the mid-field. Within seven minutes following Jaroensak take Thailand ahead, striker Suphanat Mueanta’s long-range performance soar gently over.

Ahmad cast on his son Ikhsan for the left-winger Naiquddin Eunos within the 30th minute in the early 1st half substitution, with the Singaporeans that having a hard time finding the net. The defending champions made it a 3 – 0 on the 36th minute. Defender Peerawat Akkatam pushed home the finish following the cross from the right that was not cut out. Defender Ryan Stewart had his shot prepared just before the half-time, however, Singaporeans are having a hard time trying to check the Thai lander goalkeeper Nont Muangngam before the half-time whistle. The young lions initiated the 2nd half with confidence and while Irfan surging upfront from the center back. The captain goes up to the highest to encounter Faris Ramli’s corner, however, going straight at the goalkeeper. Defender Lionel Tan came nearest for Singapore at the hour spot after Ramli had turned away from Shinnaphat, just to be pulled back by the defender. Lionel’s hard work was saved by Muangngam, and the matchup changed into a disorganized affair, with both teams having a hard time to secure possession. The opportunities were few and struggled for the rest of the 2nd half, and winger Supachok Sarachat has seen his shot saved by Singaporean guardian Zhafan Rohaizad only before the 70th minute following the clean sheet through. The Singaporean team pushes more players forward to try their best of finding a possible consolation goal, unfortunately, they having a hard time finding the net before the final whistle in the field.