Vietnam remains unbeaten at Malaysia home for nearly a decade
The Vietnamese team has an unbeaten streak against Malaysia in the away matches for nearly a decade.
On March 31, the Vietnamese team will make a very important trip to the Bukit Jalil Stadium in the framework of the 2022 World Cup qualifier. Let's review the confrontation record between the two teams in Malaysia for a decade.
Malaysia 0-2 Vietnam (Friendly match September 11, 2012) - Shah Alam
This is the time when the Vietnamese team was led by coach Phan Thanh Hung. Malaysia had a high level of confidence with 25 players, including many faces that had brought Malaysia football the 2010 AFF Suzuki Cup and 2011 SEA Games championships such as goalkeeper Khairul Fami, midfielders Mohd Safiq Rahim, Kunanlan, the strikers Mohd Safee Mohd Sali, Noshahrul Idlan, Talaha ...
However, the Vietnamese team excelled to win with a score of 2-0, including a goal of Le Cong Vinh.
Malaysia 1-2 Vietnam (Semifinal AFF Cup 2014) - Shah Alam
In the semi-final first leg of the AFF Cup 2014, the Vietname team travelled to Shah Alam Stadium of Malaysia. Despite playing away, the team, under the guidance of coach Toshiya Miura, excellently won with a score of 2-1. The scorers for the Vietnamese team were Vo Huy Toan (32 minutes) and Nguyen Van Quyet (60 minutes). Unfortunately, in the second leg we suddenly lost 2-4 and crahsed out of the tournament.
Malaysia 2-2 Vietnam (AFF Cup 2018 Final) - Bukit Jalil
Under the lead of Park Hang Seo, the Vietnamese team is highly appreciated despite having to play away. That was clearly shown with 2 goals in the first half due to the contribution of midfielders Huy Hung and Duc Huy.
Remarkably, 2 goals were scored in just 3 minutes (22nd and 25th). However, the Vietnamese team could not keep the advantage and let Malaysia equalize with the score 2-2.
Returning to My Dinh Stadium, Park side excellently defeated the opponent with a score of 1-0, thereby winning the AFF Cup 2018.