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Dinh Trong and Tien Dung return to training

Dinh Trong and Tien Dung return to training 0

Dinh Trong and Tien Dung return to training

The training session at Hougang Stadium consisted mainly of reserve players who did not play in the first leg loss to Thailand.

Coach Park Hang-seo gave the group of key players complete rest, combined with physical therapy to speed up the recovery process for the match on December 26.

The training session at Hougang Stadium consisted mainly of reserve players who did not play in the first leg loss to Thailand.

Coach Park Hang-seo gave the group of key players complete rest, combined with physical therapy to speed up the recovery process for the match on December 26.

Dinh Trong and Tien Dung return to training

Good news for the team as midfielder Tran Dinh Trong (right) has returned to training.

Good news for the team as midfielder Tran Dinh Trong (right) has returned to training.

Dinh Trong and Tien Dung return to training

Bui Tien Dung also trained normally, after being injured and not registered to compete with Thailand.

The timely return of these two midfielders helps coach Park have more options, in the context of midfielder Duy Manh’s injury and early retirement from the tournament.

Bui Tien Dung also trained normally, after being injured and not registered to compete with Thailand.

The timely return of these two midfielders helps coach Park have more options, in the context of midfielder Duy Manh’s injury and early retirement from the tournament.

Dinh Trong and Tien Dung return to training

Coach Park and assistant Lee Young-jin will have a lot to do.

In the second leg, Vietnam needs to win with a minimum difference of two goals to maintain hope of reaching the final.

Coach Park and assistant Lee Young-jin will have a lot to do.

In the second leg, Vietnam needs to win with a minimum difference of two goals to maintain hope of reaching the final.

Dinh Trong and Tien Dung return to training

Vietnamese players still maintain an optimistic spirit, aiming to turn the game around.

After yesterday’s loss, Quang Hai affirmed: `My teammates and I will definitely not give up. There are 90 minutes left in the second leg and we will play with everything we have.`

Vietnamese players still maintain an optimistic spirit, aiming to turn the game around.

After yesterday’s loss, Quang Hai affirmed: `My teammates and I will definitely not give up. There are 90 minutes left in the second leg and we will play with everything we have.`

Dinh Trong and Tien Dung return to training

Due to not having enough troops, Coach Park mainly let the players divide into small groups to practice disputes in a narrow range instead of competing competitively.

Due to not having enough troops, Coach Park mainly let the players divide into small groups to practice disputes in a narrow range instead of competing competitively.

Vietnamese players finished training in a light rain.

Tomorrow, the team will have enough troops to practice tactics.

Vietnamese players finished training in a light rain.

Tomorrow, the team will have enough troops to practice tactics.

Doan Huynh

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