Indonesia head coach Shin Tae-Yong expressed his assist for using VAR on Friday forward of the second leg of the AFF Suzuki Cup semifinals in opposition to Singapore.
After reviewing the primary leg encounter, the 51-year-old Korean felt Indonesia ought to have a penalty awarded within the second half. He additionally thought that Vietnam had a powerful declare for a penalty in opposition to Thailand within the first leg of the opposite semifinal performed on twenty third December.
Shin, who led South Korea on the 2018 FIFA World Cup Finals in Russia, felt using VAR could be useful for the general picture of the competitors.
The primary leg ended one all and the away targets ruling is not going to be utilized. This may imply that if the mixture scoreline is a draw, the match will go to additional time and if required, a penalty shootout.
The second leg will happen tomorrow (twenty fifth December) on the Nationwide stadium, with kickoff at 2030hrs native time (1230 GMT).
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