VIE V THA ( Pool A ) 2016 Men Hockey World League Round 1 - Singapore (SIN)

VIE
0 - 11
THA

Match Review VIE - THA 0-11

Report from Singapore Hockey Federation

Thailand Wins Against Vietnam with a Landslide Victory

The 2016 Men's Hockey World League Round 1 has seen many exciting matches, but the Group A match between Thailand and Vietnam on Wednesday proved to be one of the many memorable ones in the competition.

In a landslide victory, Thailand won by garnering 11-0 in their match against Vietnam, with Surasak Thammueangkhun scoring most of the goals for his team.

The match proved to be fast paced, and at the beginning of the first half, Thailand did not waste any time and gained possession of the ball. As early as the 4th minute mark, Thailand got its first score with a field goal given by Surasak Thammueangkhun.

As Vietnam tried to gain back possession of the ball, Thailand created numerous chances to score. The break came when a penalty corner presented itself ten minutes into the game.

Boon-Art Thanakrit attempted to break through the defense put up by Vietnam, but an excellent block from Luu Phan Lap Luong, Vietnam’s custodian, denied them of that goal.

Thailand then goes on the offensive and tries to barge through the passes between the Vietnamese players, but Vietnam stepped up its defence and had somehow decreased the number of chances Thailand could have.

Thanakrit attempted once again to score at the 17th minute mark, only to be once more blocked by Luu Phan Lap Luong. Thailand began to press and corner Vietnam as the first half progressed on.

Just at the 18th minute mark, Suphawong Adisuan from team Thailand scored a goal from a wide open goalpost which eventually led to another score at the 21st minute mark by Surasak, making it Surasak’s second goal for the match.

For most of the match, it seemed that most of his teammates relied on him to shoot the ball in. Although there were misses, Surasak took every chance he could get.

Thailand was on a roll and kept the scores coming in as the match progressed onto the second half, which showed the Vietnamese team upping their game.

Ly Kim Long from the Vietnam team challenged Boonmee Chakan during the 38th minute mark, which ended up with Ly Kim Long in possession of the ball. Vietnam wanted to go on the offensive, seeing that they were still scoreless up until that point in the match.

Surasak scored again at the 41 minute mark and he continued to guard the ball, with an attempt to score another point at the 44th minute mark. However, he was blocked by Luu Phan Lap Luong before the ball had the chance to reach the goalpost.  

By the 66th minute, Vietnam still had no score but had countless chances that had presented itself during the second half. At that point, Thailand had already amassed 10 points.

Vietnam’s supposed breakthrough came when they were given a penalty corner shot at the 68th minute mark. Unfortunately, this was not converted to a score for Vietnam, but rather indirectly converted to a score for Thailand as Janwiangngam Wuttichai got hold of the ball to cap off a big victory for Thailand.

Vietnam’s performance did not lack determination or aggressiveness, but rather, they had failed to make most of the chances that they made and/or were given. Thailand, on the other hand, had made sure that every chance they got would give them a score in return, and that eventually paved their way to victory.

Goals

Team Minute Shirt # Player Action Score
THA 4 9 THAMMUEANGKHUN Surasak FG 0 - 1
THA 19 28 SUPHAWONG Adisuan FG 0 - 2
THA 21 9 THAMMUEANGKHUN Surasak FG 0 - 3
THA 29 9 THAMMUEANGKHUN Surasak PS 0 - 4
THA 31 26 BOON-ART Thanakrit FG 0 - 5
THA 41 9 THAMMUEANGKHUN Surasak FG 0 - 6
THA 49 26 BOON-ART Thanakrit FG 0 - 7
THA 50 9 THAMMUEANGKHUN Surasak FG 0 - 8
THA 62 26 BOON-ART Thanakrit PC 0 - 9
THA 66 28 SUPHAWONG Adisuan FG 0 - 10
THA 70 12 JANWIANGNGAM Wuttichai FG 0 - 11

Cards

Team Minute Shirt # Player Type
VIE 44 16 TRAN Minh Ngoc Y

VIE

Minute Shirt # Name Goals Green Yellow Red
X
1 LUU Phan Lap Luong
11
2 DO Dinh Phuoc
Bench
3 HA Anh Thi
X
4 LE Mai Quyen
17
5 DINH Van Nang
X
6 NGUYEN Le Quang
X
7 LE Quang Nam
X
8 BUI Duc Bao
X
9 HUYNH Dai Phuc
X
10 NGUYEN Thien Nhat
X
11 LUU Phan Lap Dong
23
12 NGUYEN Van Phi
59
13 VO Thang Duong
X
14 NGUYEN Lam Phuc
54
15 HUYNH Gia Luong
X
16 TRAN Minh Ngoc 1
X
17 LY Kim Long
Bench
18 NGUYEN Thai Chau
  Team Manager WHITE Donald
  Head Coach D'UARTE Desmond
  Stand-In Manager LACHMAN Jernayal
  Assistant Coach RIBOULEAU Stephan

THA

Minute Shirt # Name Goals Green Yellow Red
X
1 LIMOTAI Phubate
X
3 SRILIT Samoethep
22
4 UTAIRATANAKIT Palipat
X
5 BOONMEE Chakan
X
7 PROMPATTANAKUN Pongsak
67
8 MANOPAB Varunchit
X
9 THAMMUEANGKHUN Surasak 5
9
11 CHATREE Yongyut
35
12 JANWIANGNGAM Wuttichai 1
Bench
13 BOONBUT Wanchalerm
33
16 TONG-OM Sombat
X
22 PHILATA Kroeksak
Bench
25 INTHASAI Arthit
X
26 BOON-ART Thanakrit 3
X
27 PHAKHUNTHOD Sataporn
X
28 SUPHAWONG Adisuan 2
X
29 SRINGAM Arpakorn
X
31 RODKEAW Narit
  Head Coach KIM Kyung Soo
  Stand-In Manager CHOTITAMARATH Phirath
  Assistant Coach MONGNAPHOT Piewkom
  Physiotherapist LIMBANYEN Teerapong
  Team Manager SUNTORNVIPHAT RAdm. Praon

DNP = Did not participate
S = Suspended
DSQ = Disqualified

Match Officials

Role Official
Umpire 1 YE Kyaw Thu
Umpire 2 HEMANTHA Roshan
Reserve Umpire TAO Zhinan
Judge 1 SAPARI Rilaini
Judge 2 AUNG Zarni
Technical Officer LIU Zhipeng
  • Match 11
  • Date Wed, 13 Apr 2016
  • Time 17:00
  • Pool/Class Pool A
  • Venue Pitch 2

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