AFC U-16 Championship: Indonesia v Australia ratings

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Indonesia fell at the last hurdle in their bid to reach the AFC U-16 Championship semis and World Cup. Find out who starred in the encounter.

BY        ZULHILMI ZAINAL       Follow on Twitter

Indonesia fell at the last hurdle in their bid to reach the AFC U-16 Championship semis and World Cup U-17, despite opening the scoring in their quarter-final clash against Australia on Monday. Find out who starred in the encounter.

Indonesia vs Australia match highlights


Ernando Sutayardi - 6/10

The goalkeeper made a number of good saves, but could not do much to keep out the three Australia goals that were caused by his defenders' slip-ups.

Amiruddin Bagaz Arrizqi - 6/10

The right back was too eager to join in attack so much so that he was nowhere near the scorers of Australia's second and third goals, both of which came from their right flank.

Yudha Febrian - 7/10

The left back ensured that his flank was airtight, and pushed the Australian attackers away from there.

Komang Trisnanda - 5/10

The centre back ended up with a booking, but most importantly failed to properly handle Australia's first and third goal scorers.

Fadilah Rahman - 6/10

The centre back was not able to avoid being overwhelmed by the Australian attackers in the second half; resulting in their opponents constantly getting the ball behind the offside trap, as well as scoring the three goals.

David Maulana (C) - 6/10

The midfielder was not able to stop Australia from dominating the middle of the park, although his defence-splitting pass assisted their second goal.

Andre Oktaviansyah - 6/10

The midfielder was marked extensively by his opposing numbers, and was quiet for much of the game.

Mochammad Supriadi - 6/10

The midfielder's failure to track back down and shadow Leombruno resulted in the Australians' second goal.

Brylian Aldama - 6/10

The midfielder was marked extensively by his opposing numbers, and was quiet for much of the game.

Amiruddin Bagus Alfikri - 6/10

The forward produced very little of danger against the Australian defenders.

Sutan Zico Armandoondriano - 7/10

The forward did relatively well, and opened the scoring early with his shot from the edge of the box. Could have doubled his tally and his team's lead later in the first half, but was not able to conjure up the same clinical finishing he produce for his first. Substituted off midway through the second half.


Rendy Juliahsyah - 6/10

Coming on as a late substitution, the midfielder scored a brilliant second goal that temporarily reignited Indonesia's hopes of coming back into the match. 

Salman Alfarid - NA

Late change who was not able to affect much change in the way Indonesia played..



Adam Pavlesic - 6/10

The young custodian was not threatened too often by the Indonesians, but still let in two goals.

Daniel Walsh - 7/10

The defender should have done better to close down Zico in the run up to Indonesia's first goal, but redeemed himself well by scoring the leveller in the second half.

Jordan Bos - 6/10

Bos did little wrong in the first half, but was substituted off in the second half to make way for forward Joshua Varga, a change that would pay dividends for them.

Jordan Courtney-Perkins - 6/10

The right winger could not do much damage from his side of the pitch, and in the second head coach Trevor Morgan made the right decision of telling his boys to concentrate their attack on the left.

Adam Leombruno - 6/10

The left back scored Australia's second goal, but could have done better to keep out Indonesia's late second goal. He allowed Rendy to drift behind the defensive line, before scoring the goal that would allow Indonesia to briefly trouble Australia again.

Thomas Lambiris - 7/10

The right defender performed adequately, although a moment of carelessness resulted in him being shown a yellow card.

Ryan Teague (C) - 7/10

The defensive midfielder shined in the second half, supporting his defence and starting from below a lot of their attacks that would end up overwhelming Indonesia.

Birkan Kidar - 7/10

The midfielder did what was necessary; assisted their leveller with his long-range free kick, and also ended up with a booking trying to stop an Indonesian attack.

Luke Duzel - 7/10

The left midfielder played on the side of the pitch that would prove to be Indonesia's most-glaring weakness, but was not able to capitalise on this.

Noah Botic - 7/10

The forward had a tough time breaking down the Indonesian defence in the first half, but as fatigue sets in, he was able to capitalise on it to score their third goal.

Joseph Roddy - 6/10

The forward could not threaten the oppositions' final third sufficiently, gave away the ball that led to Indonesia's first goal, and was rightly taken off in the second half.


Joseph Varga - 8/10 (Man of the Match)

He only came on midway through the second half, but made instant impact. He assisted their go-ahead goal, before sending the pass that would be finished by Botic for their third of the evening.

Tristan Hammond, Jayden Gorman - NA

Late changes.


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