Ahead of the decisive game against Kuwait, Malaysian soccer officials urge that “we must secure points”

SHAH ALAM – Despite the challenges faced, Harimau Muda’s side prepare to face Kuwait in the final Group D match of the AFC U-23 Asian Cup at Al Janoub Stadium on Tuesday , is determined not to go home empty-handed.

National Football Observer Datuk Richard Scally admitted that it was disappointing not to score in the past two games and stressed the importance of keeping spirits high and striving for positive results in the next games. Emphasized gender.

“We can’t go back without scoring.

“It’s important that we get a win against Kuwait, or at least a point,” Scully told Shinar yesterday.

He stressed the need for a sharper attacking strategy to overcome the lack of goals and expressed concern about the team’s performance in the attacking department.

The national team’s hopes of reaching the quarter-finals of the AFC U-23 Asian Cup were dashed after back-to-back losses to Uzbekistan and Vietnam ended their Paris Olympics aspirations.

Reflecting on his team’s performance, Scully emphasized the importance of refining strategies and addressing small errors for upcoming tournaments.

“Overall, there are areas that need improvement.

“Small mistakes affected our performance, but with thorough preparation and evaluation by our coaching staff, we are confident that we will be able to perform better in future tournaments,” he added.

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