On New Year’s Day, China lost 3-1 to Vietnam

2022-05-14 0 By

On The night of Feb 1, the first day of the year of Ren Yin Hu in the Chinese lunar calendar, China’s men’s national football team lost 3-1 to Vietnam in the group B round of the 2022 Qatar World Cup Asian Qualifying Round.Epicycle before the game, Viet Nam team has suffered 7 consecutive defeats.Park Hang-seo, the team’s coach, said, “I want to apologize for disappointing the fans by losing seven games.””Tomorrow, Vietnam will play China on the first day of the Chinese New Year, and people are waiting for this game.People are waiting for us to win tomorrow, I understand that and the whole team will do their best to bring joy to the Vietnamese fans.”In the international a-level competitions, China men’s football team and Vietnam team all 10 matches to keep A complete victory, such A record advantage also gives China team A positive psychological hint.Wei Shihao, one of China’s leading strikers, said in an interview, “We are stronger than them (Vietnam) and will surely win.”But tonight, the Chinese men’s team was in tatters, 2-0 down after 15 minutes, and the game might have been lost in the first half had the strikers been better at taking their chances.At the end of the second half, China scored a goal to save face.Seven minutes of added time ended, the referee blew the final whistle, the Chinese men’s football team 3-1 defeat.It was the first time China had lost to Vietnam since 1959.With only five points from eight group matches, China has completely failed to qualify for the 2022 Qatar World Cup.It is worth mentioning that Just two days ago, China overcame Vietnam 3-1 in the Quarter-finals of the Asian Women’s Cup to advance to the semi-finals and get a ticket to next year’s Women’s World Cup in advance.Fan Zhiyi voice after the game!The Chinese men’s soccer team did not “dodge the first one” in the end, and what they will do next, no one knows.After the game, Fan zhiyi posted on his social media: “Chinese football can no longer be divided into you, me and him.Source: Beijing Youth Daily new media editor Zhai Yujing