30 April 2024

‘Shin Tae-yong Magic’ stops against Uzbekistan… Score cancellation + bad luck with exit, 0-2 defeat to Uzbekistan → 3rd place match will decide to advance to the Olympics

By pestfood.com

“Shin Tae-yong Magic” is over against Uzbekistan. It will not be easy to participate in the Olympics.

Indonesia, led by head coach Shin Tae-yong, lost 0-2 to Uzbekistan in the semifinals of the 2024 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Under-23 Asian Cup at Abdullah bin Khalifa Stadium in Doha, Qatar, at 11 p.m. on the 29th (Korea time).

The latest event is also the final qualifying round for Asia for the 2024 Paris Olympics. Three and a half tickets are up for grabs. The third-place finisher will advance to the finals, and the fourth-place finisher will qualify for the intercontinental playoff against the African country of Guinea.

Indonesia overwhelmed Australia and Jordan in the group stage, and even “Hwang Sun-hong-ho” Korea in the quarterfinals, shaking the Asian stage.

That was it. As the team failed to advance to the finals due to Uzbekistan’s failure to advance to the finals, it failed to confirm its advance to the finals for the first time in 68 years since the 1956 Melbourne Olympics. On the other hand, Uzbekistan will advance to the finals for the first time in Olympic history as it secured at least second place in a competition by advancing to the finals.

Unfortunately, they lost, but Indonesia still has a possibility. If they win the third-place match on the 3rd of next month, they can win a ticket to Paris. Even if they lose here, they still have the last chance of Guinea and the playoffs.

From the beginning of the game, Uzbekistan actively sought to score. Ulugbek Kosimov put a forward pass into the back of the defense in the 13th minute of the first half, and Alishev Odilov fired a strong shot from the right side of the box but was blocked by the goalkeeper. Kosimov’s sharp mid-range shot in the 18th minute of the first half slightly missed the side of the net.

Indonesia also sought an opportunity. At the 26th minute of the first half, Witan Sulayman fell while crossing the left side of the box. The referee declared a foul and checked VAR to see if he kicked a penalty kick. However, the final ruling did not include a free kick due to simulation.

Indonesia’s goal saved the team from the first run. Abdul Boriev fired a powerful mid-range shot in the 30th minute of the first half, but the ball hit the crossbar.

The game was similar in the second half. Uzbekistan staged aggressive offensives, moving higher than in the first half. Zafarmurod Abdurahmatov’s shot in the fifth minute of the second half went straight to the goalkeeper, and Odilov’s 11th minute turning shot missed the left side of the net.

Indonesia, looking at the opportunity, created a goal chance. In the 16th minute of the second half, Arhan threw a throw-in and crossed the ball high again, 먹튀검증 which was cleared by the Uzbek defense. The ball fell in front of the goal as the goalkeeper failed to hit it properly. Ferrari calmly pushed it into the empty goal. Joy was also briefly declared offside after VAR on-field review, and the score was not recognized.

Uzbekistan scored the first goal. At the 23rd minute of the second half, Kusain Norchayev swung his body and touched a cross from the right side. The ball that was hit by Norchayev’s left foot shook the net as it was.