Klinsmann’s opponents Malaysia and Syria draw in warm-up matches

In the group stage of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup, which opens on the 12th, Malaysia, which belongs to the same group as Korea, finished its warm-up match with Syria, an ambush in the Middle East.

Malaysia, ranked 130th in FIFA, tied Syria (ranked 91st) 2-2 in a warm-up match at Al-Araibi Stadium in Doha, Qatar.

Malaysia, led by head coach Kim Pan-gon, is in Group E with South Korea (23rd) led by coach Jürgen Klinsmann (Germany) at the Asian Cup.랭크카지노도메인

Group E includes Bahrain (86th) and Jordan (87th) in addition to Korea and Malaysia.

South Korea and Malaysia will face off on the 25th, the last third game of the group stage.

Syria, which faced Malaysia on the same day, is also a team that competes with Australia, Uzbekistan, and India in Group B of the Asian Cup.

In the 39th minute of the first half, only Arif Ayman scored a goal first, and in the second half, Syria scored two goals in a row and was overturned.

But in the 33rd minute of the second half, Paulo Hossier scored the equalizer.

Ayman, born in 2002, is one of the five young stars who will shine at the Asian Cup on the AFC’s website the day before.

There is a naturalized player from Brazil in the lake.

Malaysia coach Kim Pan-gon expressed satisfaction in an interview on the Malaysian Football Association’s social media, saying, “I played well without injury and gained confidence ahead of the first game against Jordan.”

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