Coach Park Hang-seo, who put down the baton in Vietnam after the Southeast Asian Cup, won a huge victory from the first game.

Aiming for a return to normal after 4 years.

This is reporter Ha Seong-ryong.


Coach Park Hang-seo worked earnestly even before his first game in Laos.

He sang along to the Vietnamese national anthem that he had become accustomed to, prayed on a bench, and poured everything into it.

He conducted with passion, and the Vietnamese players celebrated goals with superior skills.

Starting with Tien Lin's opening goal in the 15th minute of the first half, they scored four goals in the 13th minute of the second half to seize the victory early.

Even in the exciting atmosphere of successively cutting the net, coach Park aimed for a large number of goals without loosening the reins of the attack with a cautious expression.

Four people were substituted after the 20th minute of the second half, when the score was 4-0, and the substitutes scored 2 more goals to win 6-0 on the road.

[Park Hang-seo/Vietnamese national soccer team coach: The first game always has a lot of variables, so I couldn't relax.

I would like to thank the players who won a great victory.]

Coach Park, who won his first championship at the Southeast Asian Cup in 2018, a year after his debut as a Vietnamese coach, put an end to his 5-year partnership with Vietnam at this tournament, which marked the beginning of 'Park Hang-seo Magic'. The last dance started.


Malaysia, led by coach Kim Pan-gon, defeated Myanmar 1-0 and ranked second in the group behind Vietnam.

(Video editing: Lee Jung-taek)