Jakarta : Indonesia | Nov 13, 2011 at 7:10 PM PST
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Sea games, Indonesia Vs. Thailand, 11 - 13 - 11, Pt 5

Indonesia won the match against Thailand with a score of 3-1, at the advanced stage of football. Goal that was created by Titus Bonai, Patrich Wanggai and Ferdinand Sinaga, victory in three games with a perfectscore. However, there are still many shortcomings in the Indonesian national team. They are not able to playoff against nine players Thailand. While a consolation goal for Thailand was born with a penalty Ronnachai Rangsiyo.

The match between Indonesia against Thailand held at the Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta, on Sunday, November 13, 2011, lasted loud. Thailand's National Team who needed a victory to keep their chances to the semi-finals, featuring tough games tend to be rough. And Thailand were knocked out, for the first time in the event the SEA Games. While Indonesia advanced to the semi-finals. U23 national team still leaves one gameversus arch-rivals Malaysia, on Tuesday, November 15, 2011.

Probable teams:

Indonesia: 1 - Kurnia Meiga; 13-Cahyo Dwi Gunawan, 28-Abdul Rahman, 15-Hasim Kipuw, 24-DiegoMichiels; 8-Egi Melgiansyah, 26-Hendro Siswanto (Mahardiga Lasut 56); 21-Andik Vermansyah (LucasMandowen 87), 10-Octovianus Maniani (Ferdinand Sinaga 80), 27-Patrich Wanggai; 25-Titus Bonai

Thailand: 18-Ukrit Cumsokcheak; 3-Seeket Madputeh, 8-Sarach Yooyen, 9-Ronnachai Rangsiyo, 11 -Isarapong Lilakorn, 12-Kroekrit Thawikan, 14-Natarid Thammroddodpon, 15 - Theeraton Bunmathan,16-Sutjarit Jantakol, 17-Pokklaw A-Nan, 20-Komkrit Cumsokcheak

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From: An An S. Arto
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