Ho Chi Minh: Thailand beat Indonesia 5-0 to successfully defend their AFF Futsal Championship title at the Phu Tho Stadium on Sunday.
Thailand entered the fray as favourites, having won the tournament in every appearance since 2001, while Indonesia, who narrowly beat Myanmar 4-3 in the semi-finals, were aiming for an upset, setting the stage for a thrilling match.
Ho Chi Minh: Vietnam overcame a tenacious Myanmar 7-3 to finish third in the AFF Futsal Championship 2019, which also secured their place in the AFC Futsal Championship Turkmenistan 2020 Finals.
The match began on a competitive note as both sides were aiming for the final ticket to Turkmenistan 2020, but it was Tran Thai Huy who opened the scoring in the sixth minute, before doubling Vietnam's lead moments after the restart.
Ordos: China PR booked their place in the AFC Futsal Championship Turkmenistan 2020 Finals as the East Zone's Group A winners after beating Chinese Taipei 8-2 on Thursday.
China registered a perfect record of three wins as they sealed their 13th appearance in the Finals, while the defeat for Chinese Taipei meant more heartbreak as Mongolia edged them for the runners-up spot on goal difference.
Mongolia will face Korea Republic in the play-off match on Saturday to determine the East Zone's final ticket to Turkmenistan next February.
Qualifiers - Group A: Uzbekistan dazzle to finish top, Afghanistan sign off with win
Urmiya: Uzbekistan produced a stunning display to finish top, while Afghanistan’s campaign finished on a high note as the AFC Futsal Championship Turkmenistan 2020 Qualifiers Group A concluded at Ghadir Hall on Friday.
With their place in the Finals secured 24 hours prior, Uzbekistan produced a superb performance to comprehensively beat fellow qualifiers Tajikistan 9-3, while Afghanistan salvaged some pride with a parting 6-2 win over Nepal.
Qualifiers - Group B: Stunning comeback sends Kyrgyz Republic to Finals
Urmiya: Kyrgyz Republic sealed their ticket to the AFC Futsal Championship Turkmenistan 2020 in dramatic style, earning a come-from-behind 3-2 win over Turkmenistan at Ghadir Hall on Thursday.
The win confirms successful for qualification for both Kyrgyz Republic and Islamic Republic of Iran, who, with three points apiece, cannot be dislodged as the top two sides in Group B ahead of their meeting on Friday.
Turkmenistan looked to be on the path to victory at 2-0 just after half-time, but Artsanbek Tursonov netted a second-half brace, with Iuldashbai Salimbaev also finding the net as Kyrgyz Republic scored twice in the final four minutes to pull off a stunning recovery.