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Guinean Coach said after defeating the Indonesian National Team: We should have won 3-0!



NOBARTV.CO.ID The Guinea U23 coach said after defeating Indonesia that the hopes of the young Garuda squad to appear at the 2024 Paris Olympics were dashed. Last night, Shin Tae-yong's men were defeated with a final score of 1-0 by Guinea U23. Guinea U23 coach Kaba Diawara made an odd statement after the match.

As is known, the 2024 Paris Olympic play-off match between Indonesia vs Guinea has finished. Last night, two completely different teams finally met in a very tense match. This match itself was witnessed directly by FIFA President Gianni Infantino and PSSI General Chair Erick Thohir.

Unfortunately, this match ended tragically for him . Ivar Jenner et al were defeated with a final score of 1-0. The only goal in the match was scored by former Barcelona player Ilaix Moriba with a 12-foot kick. Starting from a quick counter-attack, Witan Sulaeman, who was on his own defense line, brought down an opposing player so that the referee declared a violation and awarded a penalty to Guinea U23.

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Ilaix Moriba's goal was the only goal in this match. The Guinea squad basically received two penalties. But unfortunately, the second penalty awarded in the second half did not result in a goal. As a result, with a 1-0 win, Guinea has the right to advance to the finals of the 2024 Paris Olympics. In this multi-event event, Kaba Diawara's team will be in group A with hosts France, the United States and New Zealand.

Guinean Coach said after defeating the Indonesian National Team: We should have won 3-0!
Portrait of Ilaix Moriba at the penalty kick (source: IG @feguifootofficiel)

After the match, Kaba Diawara – who is also the senior Guinean national team coach, gave a slightly odd statement. The reason is, he said his team should have scored three goals in the first half. Nevertheless, he admitted that the match against Indonesia was a difficult match.

“It's a tough match, we know it's going to be a tough match. "But, we didn't make the match easier for ourselves, because we had lots of chances," said Kaba Diawara as quoted from the official FGB website.

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“Whether with the A team or with the U-23s, the problem is the same, the problem of efficiency in front of goal again. We have to be able to finish the match. "In the first half we should have been leading 3-0," said the man who is also a former Arsenal player.

“There are sectors where I think real progress must be made. We are looking at an Olympics with participants from big teams, so if we have fun, we risk getting into big trouble.”

“We have qualified [for the Olympics] and made history with this small team. Players have the right to achieve it. Now Guinea has appeared at the Olympics twice. We want to go as far as possible. With this generation, we have made history. "In my opinion, we have done it," he concluded.

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