ASEAN Wrap: Buriram extend lead; Melbourne City drop first points
Kuala Lumpur: A top-of-the-table clash in Thailand on Sunday saw leaders and defending champions Buriram United increase their advantage at the Thai League 1 summit to four points over the chasing Bangkok United following a 1-0 win at Buriram Stadium.
Jamie Maclaren scored in the fourth successive match for Melbourne City, but that wasn’t enough for them to get three points against Wellington Phoenix as Western Sydney Wanderers capitalised on the slip-up to move level on points with the A-League leaders.
There was cup action in Malaysia and Singapore while games also took place in Vietnam, the Philippines, Cambodia and Myanmar. The-AFC.com looks back at all the action from across Southeast Asia.
Young Indonesia have a bright future, says Hashemzadeh
Kuwait City: Head coach Mohammad Hashemzadeh had nothing but praise for his Indonesian side despite crashing out of the AFC Futsal Asian Cup™ Kuwait 2022 quarter-finals after a narrow 3-2 defeat to Japan on Tuesday.
Samuel Eko opened the scoring at the start of the second half, only for a determined Japan to bounce back to lead 3-1, with Dewa Rizki’s last minute goal coming a little too late.