Indonesia U-16 National Team Performance Recap in the Asian Cup Pre-Cup
Indonesia U-16 national team realize the target to seal the 2018 U-16 Asian Cup ticket. The event will be rolled out in Malaysia on September 20 to October 7, 2018. And, U-16 national team qualified after the impressive appearance in qualifying.
Indonesia U-16 national team itself came to melakoni Group G qualifying Asian Cup U-16 2018 in Thailand as a team underestimated. That’s because they just got a bad result when appearing in AFF Cup U-16 2017.
At that time, troops Fachri Husaini true to be a superior team. That’s because they have very mature preparations, even downgraded in a friendly tournament titled Tien Phong Plastic Cup in Vietnam.
In fact, then Rendy Juliansyah and his friends look so perfect. After a 4-1 win over Myanmar, holding host Vietnam 1-1, and a 11-0 win over China Taipei, they were crowned champions.
Surprisingly, when appearing in AFF Cup U-16 2017, they seemed to lose its best performance. In fact, only one victory they get from five Group A matches inhabited by Thailand, Australia, Myanmar, Laos, and Singapore. They were certainly eliminated because of finishing in fifth place.
Fortunately, the bad experience did not re-occur in the event of Pre-Cup Asia U-16 2018. Proven, skuat Garuda Asia appear to meet expectations. They secured the status of Group G winners after a 18-0 win over Northern Mariana Islands, 3-1 over East Timor, 1-0 over Thailand, and 3-0 over Laos.
Just for the record, this is the first time Indonesia U-16 national team will compete in the U-16 Asian Cup finals since the edition of 2010. The last appearance they lost it only reached the group phase, which is ranked third Group A inhabited Uzbekistan, Jordan, and Tajikistan.
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U-16 national team report
Goal difference: +24
Results in Group G
16/9/2017: Indonesia 18-0 North Mariana
18/9/2017: Indonesia 3-1 East Timor
20/9/2017: Thailand 0-1 Indonesia
22/9/2017: Laos 0-3 Indonesia
Distribution of Goals
10: Sutan Diego Zico
3: Good Amiruddin Kahfi, Mochammad Supriadi, Rendy Juliansyah, Hamsa Lestaluhu
2: Amanar Abdillah
1: Andre Oktaviansyah