The national team is not intended to win over Afghanistan and Oman

Jakarta (medialnews) – PSSI is not aiming for a victory for the Indonesian national team over Afghanistan and Oman, which will be the trial opponents in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) before Shin Tae-yong’s team has a World Cup qualifier in 2022 .

“If possible, the match will be used for team adjustment as five new players are competing in Dubai,” Iriawan said in Jakarta on Sunday (17/5).

In addition, Iriawan also asked coach Shin Tae-yong to test some of his strategies in the match.

The man commonly referred to as Iwan Bule also reminded players to play carefully so they don’t get injured in a trial match.

“Take good care of your legs so you don’t get injured,” Iriawan said to the player.

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In line with PSSI, Indonesian national coach Shin Tae-yong also did not ensure a victory for the ‘Garuda’ team.

However, according to the South Korean national team tactician at the 2018 World Cup, the match against Afghanistan and Oman could be a physical test for the 2022 World Cup qualifier, which starts June 3.

“We will use the two games to hone our physique for the 2022 World Cup qualifier,” said Shin.

In total, 28 Indonesian national team players will undergo the final three matches in Group G of the 2022 World Cup qualification, all of which will take place centrally in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

They flew from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Tangerang, to Dubai, Monday (5/17) in the morning.

Of the total of 28 players who participated in the UAE, 23 players left from Jakarta, while the other five left Elkan Baggott (playing in England), Asnawi Mangkualam (South Korea), Egy Maulana (Poland), Witan Sulaeman (Serbia) and Ryuuji were. Utomo (Malaysia).) Leaving the country where they defend their respective clubs.

In Group G, Garuda’s squad will play against Thailand on June 3, then against Vietnam on June 7 and the United Arab Emirates on June 11.

To that end, coach Shin Tae-yong’s team will face two test matches in the UAE, against Afghanistan on May 25 and Oman on May 29.

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Reporter: Michael Siahaan
Editor: Bayu Kuncahyo
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