The Thai national team defeated Lebanon 2-1 in the final against Iraq in the 49th King’s Cup.


The 49th King's Cup football match in the semi-finals of the Thai national team, ranked 113 in the world, meets Lebanon, the 100th ranked team at the 700th Anniversary Chiang Mai Stadium, Chiang Mai.

In this game, Mano Polking puts Teerasil Dangda as the target, with Supachok Sanchat and Bodin Phala as assistants in the offensive game. The game started in the 30th minute from the corner and it was Nicholas Mickelson who hit the post in the 36th minute. Lebanon gained some hope from Hassan Matuk's right-hand spin, but the ball hit the post injury. The Thai national team took the lead 1-0 from the moment Bodin Phala shot and hit Jihad Ayoub, the Lebanese defensive line, into the goal. and ended the first half with this score

Second half, 57th minute, Assan Matuk has dropped to the end of the line before dunking in the middle of the ball, so he arrived at Bassel Jardi and fired in for the score to be 1-1 in the 85th minute, Nicholas Mickelson opened. Let Teerasil Dangda strike for the Thai national team to lead 2-1. The rest of the time, there are no additional goals. The game ends with the Thai national team winning Lebanon 2-1, while the other pair Iraq wins on penalties. India scores a total of 7-6.

The next match program for the Thai national team will be on the field with Iraq in the King's Cup final at the 700th Chiang Mai Sompoch Stadium on September 10, 2023 at 8:30 p.m.

The real 11 names are

Chatchai Butphrom (GK), Theerathon Bunmathan (C), Pansa Hemwibul, Kritsada Kaman, Sarat Yuyen, Supachok Sarachat, Thitiphan Puangchan, Teerasil. Dangda, Bodin Phala, Nicholas Mickelson, Weerathep Pomphan .

Source: Thai News Agency