International Competitions - April 03, 2022 18:00AFF Futsal championshipsDay 1 and 2 reportsReport and photo courtesy: Asean Football Federation

Scorching start for Thailand in Group A

BANGKOK (2 April 2022) – Thailand made a scorching start to their title defence in the AFF Futsal Championship 2022 when they whipped Brunei DS 13-0 in their Group A opener earlier this evening at the Indoor Stadium Huamark.

“We will be playing a lot of matches within five or six days so it is important that we use all the players available. The score is not as important for me as to how we played with high concentration,” said Thailand head coach Carlos Cesar.

It took the homesters less than 40 seconds for Krit Aransanyalak to fire home where from then on, the Thais never looked back for a comfortable 5-0 lead at the half, off goals from Panut Kittipanuwong (5th), Kritsada Wongkaeo (9th), Apiwat Chaemcharoen (13th), Muhd Abd Khaaliq (13th minute own goal) and Peerapat Kaewwilai (17th).

Brunei tried to vary their defensive line into the second half but it was all in vain as Kritsada then completed his hattrick (23rd and 40th minute), Kaewwilai (34th), Ronnachai Jungwongsuk (22nd), Aiman Amin (25th minute own goal) and a double from Osamanmusa (37th and 38th) to complete the scoreline.

“Thailand are an experienced team as they have played at the FIFA World Cup before. And before this tournament, they also played several quality matches. We tried to vary our defensive system but it didn’t work,” added Brunei DS head coach Abdul Azim Zakaria.

In the meantime, Malaysia had to ensure some anxious moments before they were able to walk away with a 7-6 win over Cambodia in the opening game of the group.

“It was not a good performance from the team, especially in the first half. Our players did not follow the game plan. All six goals that we conceded were from counter-attacks. We need to improve on this for the next match,” said Malaysian head coach Chiew Chun Yong.

An own goal from Ros Sichamroeun early in the first minute failed to inspire the Malaysians as they allowed Cambodia to peg the game at 3-3 at the break, off goals from Mohd Khairul Effendy (9th) and Saiful Ali Nizam (19th) for Malaysia that was cancelled out by Cambodia’s Orkchan Sereyvong (6th), Ros Sichamroeun (16th) and Diamant Prum (18th).

Following Abu Hanifa’s double (23rd and 32nd), it was an own goal from Sichamroeun (39th) and another from Khairul Effendy (39th) that would give the Malaysians advantage even though Cambodia did find the back of the net through Orkchan (25th), Chanmony Tong (33rd) and Sothydaroth Lun (40th).

“Certainly, I am very pleased with the result as I did not expect that it will be this close. Malaysia are a very strong team and I will use this experience to do better for the national team in the future,” said Cambodian head coach Chet Chanrachna


All matches at Indoor Stadium Huamark


Malaysia 7-6 Cambodia
Thailand 13-0 Brunei DS


3 April 2022

1500hrs: Brunei DS vs Indonesia
1700hrs: Cambodia vs Thailand

Report courtesy: Asean Football Federation

Double digit win for Indonesia and Thailand

BANGKOK (3 April 2022) – Indonesia and Thailand were on fire on the second matchday of Group A of the AFF Futsal Championship 2022 where between them, they scored a whopping 28 goals in the two matches that were played at the Indoor Stadium Huamark.

Indonesia whitewashed Brunei DS 12-0 in the first game before hosts Thailand whipped Cambodia 16-0 in the second match of the day.

Under new head coach Mohammed Hashemzadeh, Indonesia did not take too long to warm up with Holypaul Septinus Soumilena on the double in the second and third minute to set the tone for the rest of the exchange.

The score stood at 7-0 at the break with further goals from Rio Pengestu (5th minute), Sunny Rizky Suhendra (7th) Ardiansyah (19th) and a brace from Syauqi Saud (13th and 20th).

The second half was all Indonesia as they piled on the goals through Ardiansyah (33rd), Ardiansyah Nur (21st), Dewi Rizki (27th and 34th) and Khalifa Saab (39th, own goal).

In the meantime, hosts Thailand continued very much in the same vein as they had done the day before with an emphatic 16-0 triumph over Cambodia.

Prodigal son Muhammad Osamanmusa fired in four goals (5th, 6th, 12th and 14th minute) alongside Peerapat Kaewwilai’s hattrick (21st, 23rd and 30th) and a brace each from Ronnachai Jungwongsuk (12th and 18th) and Panut Kittipanuwong (38th and 38th).

The other goals for Thailand were scored by Kritsada Wongkaeo (7th), Atsadawut Jangkot (14th), Apiwat Chaemcharoen (23rd), Supakorn Bovonratcadakul (24th) and Krit Aransanyalak (18th).

“All the players were playing on an even tempo which was very good. We will have two tough matches (against Indonesia and Malaysia) coming up, so it is important that we keep up with the rhythm,” said Thailand head coach Carlos Cesar.


All matches at Indoor Stadium Huamark



Brunei DS 0 Indonesia 12
Cambodia 0 Thailand 16


4 April 2022
1500hrs: Indonesia vs Malaysia
1700hrs: Brunei DS vs Cambodia

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