‘Kim Sang-sik’s debut as head coach’ Vietnam upsets Philippines 3-2… Ends seven-game losing streak

Vietnam coach Kim Sang-sik tasted victory on his debut in charge.

Vietnam came from behind to beat the Philippines 3-2 in their fifth Group F match at the FIFA Confederations Cup North America 2025 Asia Pacific Second Qualifying Round at the Ming National Stadium in Hanoi on Saturday (June 6).

With the win, Vietnam improved to two wins and three points in Group F. The Philippines remained in last place with one draw and four losses.

The win over the Philippines snapped a seven-match losing streak for 바카라사이트 Vietnam.

It was a victory for new head coach Kim Sang-sik, who took over from Philippe Trusier last month on June 6. In a tightly contested match, the Vietnamese came away with a thrilling victory and Kim also recorded a win.

After a scoreless first half, Vietnam surrendered the lead to the Philippines in the second half. The Philippines took the lead in the 17th minute of the second half.

However, Vietnam responded in the 20th minute through Nguyen Thien Linh. Thien Linh added another goal in the 31st minute of the second half, scoring in the midst of a scramble after a cross from the side to make it 2-1.

The Philippines crawled back into the game in the 44th minute. However, Vietnam held on for the win as Thuan Hai Pham scored the game-winner just before the end of regulation.

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