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HAGL pillar reports bad news to Coach Park Hang Seo


Midfielder Minh Vuong was injured after a friendly match with U22 Vietnam on August 19.

Video: 10 goals against the West Asian representatives of Vietnam Tel (Source: Next Sport)

After playing an internal friendly with U22 Vietnam on August 19, the Vietnamese national team has a day to rest and recover. Van Toan and his teammates returned to practice on the afternoon of August 21.

In the latest training session, midfielder Nguyen Quang Hai and rookie Le Tien Anh were also able to practice again with teammates. This is a good sign when these two players had health problems before.

However, according to many sources, coach Park Hang Seo also had to receive bad news when midfielder Minh Vuong suffered an injury related to the posterior cruciate ligament after the match with U22 Vietnam. This makes many people worried when the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers are coming very close and the Vietnamese national team is also preparing to leave for Saudi Arabia.

In a recent friendly match, Minh Vuong scored a goal against his juniors, besides HAGL players also shone when given the opportunity in the last minutes of the match against the UAE in mid-June. With his good performance, the Thai Binh hometown player is expected to become the strategic card of Coach Park Hang Seo in the next two matches. However, with an injury, Minh Vuong could hardly play.

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Minh Vuong suffered an injury after a friendly match with U22 Vietnam. (Photo: VFF)

In front of the teachers and coaches Park Hang Seo will be two difficult matches against very strong opponents, Saudi Arabia and Australia. As expected, the Vietnamese national team will soon fly to West Asia to get the best preparation.

The number 1 striker of the Vietnamese national team made a strong statement before the 2022 World Cup

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