The match between Indonesia and Vietnam was filled with excitement as both teams showcased stunning strikes and a fierce competition.
Indonesia posed a threat in the 25th minute when Rifky Dwi Septiawan took a free kick from a distance of nearly 24 meters, but goalkeeper Quan Van Chuan made a remarkable save.
Minh Quang had an opportunity to score in the 33rd minute, but his shot hit the post and did not go in.
Vietnam had a chance to take the lead from a penalty in the first half, but Quoc Viet’s shot was saved by goalkeeper Ernando Ari.
The match continued with intense action as both teams aggressively attacked and defended throughout the game.
Vietnamese goalkeeper Chuan made two exceptional saves in the second half, keeping the score level.
In the 67th minute, Quoc Viet had another opportunity to score, but once again, he was unable to find the back of the net.
The match went into extra time, but neither team was able to score during the additional 30 minutes.
The match was eventually decided by a penalty shootout, with Vietnam winning 6-5 and maintaining their dominance in youth football in Southeast Asia.
Meanwhile, Thailand secured the bronze medal by defeating Malaysia 4-3 in a penalty shootout on the same day.
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