The second half! Tajikistan overtakes Trinidad 2-1 to advance to King’s Cup final
Tajikistan returned to beat Trinidad and Tobago 2-1 in the 48th King’s Cup semi-final. At the Chiang Mai 700th Anniversary Stadium, Chiang Mai Province on September 22
Before the start of the game, there was an official opening ceremony with Gen. Wit Thephasadin Na Ayutthaya, Secretary General of the Olympic Committee of Thailand. presided over the opening ceremony before the start of the first match
Trinidad took the lead in the 27th minute from the moment when play began in front of goalkeeper Nicklas Frenderup’s own goal to let his team-mates make a header even if Judah Garcia was dropped. Go in to dunk the ball away from the goalkeeper’s hand, tung the net for the team to take the lead first 1-0 and end the first half with this score.
Starting in the second half, just 2 minutes later, Tajikistan quickly equalized the goal. From the moment that the Trinidad support line Into the ball at the wrong time, causing the ball to come off. Muhammad Yon Rahimov fell into a shot through the goalkeeper of the net. Make the score back equal to 1-1
Then in the 75th minute Tajikistan came up with a goal to lead. From the moment Ehsoni Panzabe fired a shot from inside the box to the goal to give Tajikistan a 2-1 lead.
The rest of the time Trinidad tried to attack hard in hopes of equalizing. But in the end, the drill did not make it to the end of the game. Tajikistan defeated Trinidad and Tobago 2-1 through to the finals. Trinidad Had to compete for 3rd place instead.