Chinese Taipei, who could be Hsun-Hong Hwang’s Asian Games round of 16 opponent, took the lead against Kyrgyzstan with an overwhelming display of support that resembled a home game.
Chinese Taipei is hosting Kyrgyzstan in the third match of the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games Men’s Football Group F at the Jinhua Sports Center Stadium in Jinhua, China at 5 p.m. on Thursday (June 24). With the first half underway, Chinese Taipei converted a penalty kick in the 33rd minute to take a 1-0 lead and move into sole possession of first place in Group F.
With a 1-1 record and three points in the group, the Chinese Taipei team will be looking to defeat Kyrgyzstan, which has lost two straight games and is in last place, to claim the top spot in the group and advance to the Round of 16.
Chinese Taipei started with a 3-6-1 record. Chiu Yu-hung was in goal, while Huang Ziming, Wang Yi-yu, and Pang Li-peng formed the back three. Tou Xiaochie, Lin Ming-wei, Wu Yanshu, Yu Yao-hsing, Wen Chih-hao, and Chin Wen-yen formed the midfield. Chen Faoliang started up top, looking to score.
Kyrgyzstan countered with a 5-3-2. Artem Priadkin pulled on the goalkeeping gloves. Adillet Nurlan, Eralman Akilbekov, Bayaman Kumarbai, Nurbol Baktybekov, and Aslan Bekverdinov made up the defense. Adillet Kanibekov, Irakimbek, Nurmat, and Ernas Avilov combined in the midfield, while Atay Ilyichbek and Maksat Aligulov played up top.
Kyrgyzstan dominated the first half of the match, which started with a strong start from Chinese Taipei. In the 16th minute, they came close to scoring but were denied by a goalkeeping challenge. In the 23rd minute, Kyrgyz striker Ilyichbek had an exquisite header on goal, but it hit the side netting.
But the atmosphere in the stadium was more like a Taiwanese home. The Taiwanese crowd, who filled the stands during the first half, chanted “Taipei! Go!” throughout the match. They used drums and batons to create an overwhelming atmosphere.카지노
When Taiwan scored their first goal on a penalty kick in the 33rd minute, the roar was thunderous.
Should Chinese Taipei finish second in Group F, the round of 16 will be a perfect test for the Chinese home fans and the stadium atmosphere ahead of their quarterfinal opponent, China.