Aminuddin Hussin said that his men will need to buck up and focus on their next game, after their frustrating 0-1 defeat to Vietnam yesterday
Malaysia Under-19 head coach Aminuddin Hussin has promised to review the performance of his men in their defeat to Vietnam, while also reiterating the need for them to stay focused on their upcoming matches in the tournament.
The Young Tigers suffered a frustrating loss to Vietnam, with Nguyen Phong Hong's solitary strike on the 79th minute mark giving the Golden Stars a crucial victory on the day. The defeat meant that Malaysia have have only collected 1 point from their first two games, as they languish second from bottom in Group B.
However, Aminuddin has promised to rectify their weakness ahead of their upcoming games.
"I will make an evaluation on our weakness and hope the players to keep focus ahead of the next games," he said.
Meanwhile, Vietnam head coach Grachen Guillaume claimed that Malaysia were a tough proposition, and that they had to alter their approach in the second half to claim victory.
"We had a difficult game against Malaysia, especially in the first-half. However, I decided to change the strategy in the second-half and it worked well," Grachen proclaimed.
Malaysia's next game will be against Thailand, who emphatically defeated Brunei by eight goals to nil. The match will be played on Saturday, 14th of September, with kick off at 7.30 Indonesian time.