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Vietnam have qualified for he 2021 Futsal World Cup on the away goals rule, after an exciting draw against Lebanon.
In the first minutes of the game, Vietnam applied a pressing tactic, creating many dangerous chances. However, a lack of accuracy and indecisiveness caused Vietnam Futsal Tel many missed opportunities.
In the seventh minute, Pivot Dac Huy made a tight shot towards Lebanon's goal, but the ball narrowly missed the crossbar.
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After the first minutes of Vietnam pressure, Lebanon gradually began to flourish. In the 12th minute, Khong Dinh Hung dangerously lost the ball, but goalkeeper Ho Van Y made an excellent save for the home team.
Two minutes later, Duc Hoa took a vicious free-kick, but the Lebanese goalkeeper was focused, pulling off a great save.
In the second half, Lebanon were the better side as they continuously created chances on Y Hoa's goal. However, the Vietnam goalkeeper showed concentration, keeping out chance after chance.
In the 27th minute, Nguyen Minh Tri made a skillful maneuver on the right wing before launching a fierce shot with his left foot. However, the Lebanese goalkeeper pushed it wide. Soon after, Chau Doan Phat also had a close shot, but the ball went to Lebanese goalkeeper.
Ten minutes later, Chau Doan Phat latched on to a throughball before launching a shooting to defeat goalkeeper Hamadani, and opening the scoring for the Vietnamese team. However, Lebanon immediately equalized after a beautiful passing move. Vietnam held on to go through.
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