Shin Tae Yong Says The Referee’s Decision For Vietnam’s First Goal Changed The Game

Shin Tae Yong. Photo: Ricardo/, JAKARTA – The Indonesian National Team Coach Manager Shin Tae Yong criticized the referee’s decision which made Indonesia lose four goals without reply to Vietnam in the 2022 World Cup Qualifications Asia Zone Group G in Dubai, Monday (7/6) night.

According to the South Korean coach, he still got the right expectations when the score was even until the end of the first half.

However, conditions changed after Vietnam’s first goal occurred in the 51st minute. For that, he questioned why the referee could change the conditions of the match with that decision.

“Until the first half ended, the score was even, but the referee suddenly changed the situation,” he said at a press conference after the match.

Indeed, the goal scored by Vietnam through Nguyen Tien Linh was controversial.

His shot was blocked by an Indonesian player, then hit his hand. He then kicked the ball again, hit the post and went in to leave Indonesia 1-0 down.

Indonesian players protested because it was clear that there was handball.

During the replay, Tien Linh’s hand was seen, but referee Ahmad Alali from Kuwait judged that it was not a handball and still confirmed Vietnam’s goal.

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