Interesting Facts Ahead of Indonesian National Team U-19 Vs Myanmar U-19
Indonesia U-19 national team will soon fight at the AFF U-18 Cup 2017. They will immediately meet the host team, Myanmar U-19 at Thuwunna Stadium, Tuesday (5/9) night.
Of course, an interesting record presented before the game as a hot flavor seasoning later. Because, on the one hand, Indonesia is often difficult to serve Myanmar resistance at the level of U-19.
In fact, of the five times in total, the Indonesian national team won only one victory. Three of them even had to swallow defeat, and once a draw.
Surely the game can later be used as a stage to show off for Garuda Nusantara. Preparations that have been done since last February by Indra Sjafri forces awaited the results.
So, what are the interesting facts ahead of the game later? Here Liputan6.com presents the list:
Interesting Facts ahead of Indonesia U-19 Vs Myanmar U-19
Indonesian national team coach U-19 Indra Sjafrie (Liputan6.com/ Helmi Fithriansyah)
1. Only in the era of Indra Sjafri, Indonesia U-19 national team win over Myanmar. This happened in the era of coaching, 2013 ago. At that time, two goals from Evan Dimas and Putu Gede just rewarded one by Nyein Chang Aung.
2. Indonesian national team U-19 will be strengthened by two penggawa Indonesia U-22. They are Saddil Ramdani and Asnawi Mangkualam.
3. Myanmar should clearly watch out for Indonesia. They never missed a goal-scoring goal against Indonesia as a whole.
4. Both teams have already tested against European teams. Indonesia defeated 2-4 from Espanyol B, while Myanmar drew 2-2 at Inter Milan U-18.
5. If Myanmar has Naing Tun, Indonesia also has Egy Maulana Vikri. Egy successfully won the Ouer Revelation Trophee Toulon Tournament 2017. He followed in the footsteps of the award-winning Cristiano Ronaldo and Zinedine Zidane.
6. The last time Myanmar won AFF U-19 champion was in 2005. While Indonesia in 2013 then.
7. This is the first year Indonesia returns to AFF U-19 Cup after FIFA sanctions. Indonesia was absent in 2015 ago.
8. During 2017, Indonesia has undergone 11 test matches, the last versus PSS Sleman. The result is four wins, three draws, and four defeats.