Women’s football team get Thai-tanic lesson in Asian Cup Qualifier

Women's football team get Thai-tanic lesson in Asian Cup Qualifier

21/9/2021 2:11:00 AM

Women's football team get Thai-tanic lesson in Asian Cup Qualifier

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian women’s football team never recovered from going two goals down in the first two minutes and were thrashed 4-0 by Thailand in their opening Group H tie of the 2022 AFC Women’s Asian Cup Qualifier in Palestine.

World No. 39 Thailand doubled their lead a minute later when midfielder Nutwadee Pram-nak let fly from outside the box before Kanyanat found the net again in the 37th minute to give her team a comfortable 3-0 lead at half-time.Malaysia’s best chance of the first half came in the 18th minute but midfielder Henrietta Justine’s attempt from outside the box did not trouble Thai goalkeeper Waraporn Boonsing at all.

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Malaysia defended better in the second half to keep the Thais, who are trained by Miya Okamoto, at bay, with goalkeeper Nurul Azurin Mazlan pulling off some fine saves to keep the scoreline down.But a lapse in concentration towards the end of the game saw Kanyanat seal her hattrick when she made it 4-0 two minutes into added time.

Malaysia will complete their Group H fixture against hosts Palestine tomorrow. Thailand will take on Palestine on Saturday.A total of 28 teams have been divided into eight groups, with Groups A, B, C and D comprising four teams each while Groups E, F, G and H consisting of three teams each.

The champions of each group will qualify for the 12-team Finals in India next year. Host India and the three best teams of the 2018 edition – Japan, Australia and China – have already qualified for the Finals, which will be held from Jan 20-Feb 6, 2022. — Bernama

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