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U20 Vietnam team lost to Japan

19 Aug 2022 | 18:11 | News

The match between the U20 Vietnam team and the U20 Japan team was held in Narashino at 11:00 am local time on August 17, shortly after the U20 Vietnam team took off from Osaka.

In order to serve the professional work most effectively, the coaching staff of the home team and Vietnam U20 agreed to organize 3 rounds of competitions.

Before host Japan U20, coach Dinh The Nam took the opportunity to have all the students play on the field to increase their rubbing experience. Due to poor form, Vietnam U20 players were defeated. Especially Japan U20 led 1-0 in the first half and 4-0 in the second half.

    The U20 Vietnam squad has many changes from the framework of the 2022 Southeast Asia U19 Championship. Photo: VFF.

The U20 Vietnam squad has many changes from the framework of the 2022 Southeast Asia U19 Championship. Photo: VFF.

After the game, the Vietnamese U20 players enjoyed authentic Vietnamese food at a restaurant in Abiko City and interacted with Vietnamese embassy officials and staff. Vietnamese Ambassador to Japan Vu Hung Nam also attended and encouraged Coach Ding Nam’s teacher-student spirit.

On August 18, Vietnam U20 will continue to train at the J-Green Sakai Training Center. The team also has 2 practice matches against U18 Cezero Osaka on August 22nd and Osaka Sangyo University on August 25th.

Vietnam U20 (U19 Vietnam) went to Japan for training on August 12, and returned to China on August 26 to prepare for the 2023 Asian U20 qualifiers. In the qualifying round, U20 Vietnam is in Group F, which will be held in Indonesia from September 14th to September 18th. The opponents of coach Dinh The Nam are the hosts U20 Indonesia, U20 Hong Kong (China) and U20 East Timor.

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