Shin Tae-yong and Park Hang-seo all laughed… Suzuki Cup semi-final


Indonesia, led by coach Shin Tae-yong, advanced to the semifinals with the first place in the group in the Suzuki Cup in Southeast Asia.

Indonesia took the lead in the 13th minute in the final group match against Malaysia, but Arpan Jaya’s streak turned the game around.

Jaya scored an equalizer with his left foot in the 36th minute of the first half, and scored a comeback goal with his right foot 7 minutes later, cheering coach Shin Tae-yong.

Indonesia, who won the victory, put the key to the game with Arhan’s powerful medium-range cannon in the 5th minute of the second half, and added one goal in the 37th minute of the second half to complete a 4-1 victory.

Indonesia has the same points and goal difference as Vietnam, but advanced to the semi-finals by taking first place in Group B ahead in the number of goals scored.

[신태용/인도네시아 축구대표팀 감독 : 충분히 우리가 이길 수 있다고 선수들한테 자신감을 심어줬고, 우리 정신력이 나날이 좋아지는 모습 그런 게 너무 좋아 보입니다.]

Manager Park Hang-seo’s Vietnam also won 4-0 against Cambodia.

They continued their undefeated streak of 3 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss in the group stage, and climbed to the semi-finals as 2nd place in the group, continuing their hopes of winning the championship for the second time in a row.

Tiger Woods’ approach shot from 63m sticks right next to the hole.

Son Charlie, who came out wearing a matching red T-shirt with his father, also showed off his accurate iron shot and putting ability.

The duo cut 15 strokes, including birdies on 11 straight holes, and recorded 25-under over two days, taking second place, two shots behind John Daly.

Woods, who nearly lost both legs in a car accident and returned dramatically, looked uncomfortable even walking, but showed the possibility of a revival by showing his unique long hitting and sharp short game skills in an event competition with his son.

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