Myanmar Coach Predicts Tough Fight from Indonesia for Third Place

KUALA LUMPUR, NETRALNEWS.COM – Myanmar manager Gerd Zeise has likely a tough foe for his patrol as Myanmar faces off with a Indonesian U-22 inhabitant group for a third place and bronze award during a 2017 SEA Games.

According to Zeise, a compare opposite Indonesia during a  Majelis Stadium Selayang on Tuesday (8/29/2017) will be fierce.

He pronounced his patrol contingency urge their opening while being heedful of Indonesia’s fighting energy and personification character if a group wants to win bronze medal.

“I conclude a coming of Indonesia. There are many things that we need to improve. Of march we wish to win a medal, though it will be a tough charge for us,” Zeise said, as quoted from AFC.

Furthermore, Zeise believes that Indonesia is still one of a tip teams in Southeast Asia.

In further to praising a coming of Hansamu Yama Pranata and teammates, a German manager also gave special note to Indonesian midfielder Evan Dimas Darmono.

Zeise assessed that a Bhayangkara FC midfielder and Indonesia U-22 playmaker is a critical hazard for Myanmar.

“Indonesia has a good aggressive organization, Evan Dimas is good in each position, though Indonesia also has good opportunities,” he added.

Just as Indonesia is narrowly mislaid to Malaysia in a semi-finals, Myanmar also unsuccessful to tip a celebration after losing 1-0 to Thailand in a final 4 on Saturday (26/8).

 


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