As I played against them when I was coach in Thailand, I knew we would win this game but I was curious how the team would start. After we felt a bit out of place, we started to score. Ofcourse important, but you also want to see the automatisms we trained; this went back and forward.
The biggest problem is that the competition in Indonesia is approached completely different, as in rules and in perception. Too many fouls in the first half and a yellow card for Bayu because he stepped in front of the ball at a kick in. This is tolerated in Indonesia but not international.
After 7-0 score at half time, the team became more focused and the end score was 21-0. Ofcourse this is good for the goal clearance as I think this might become important. Also our second game against Brunei we have to win with big figures because after that we will meet Vietnam and Myanmar which we lost against at the SEA Games. I will keep you posted how it ended