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'Home game' like a 'home game'... INNY fans cheer like crazy... PK saves + first goal 'cheers'

The majority of the crowd was made up of fans who had gathered to support Indonesia. The fans, who had been in full support before kickoff, cheered when Hernando saved a penalty kick and then scored the go-ahead goal.

The Indonesia U23 National Team, coached by Shin Tae-yong, will take on Australia in their second Group A match of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U23 Asian Cup 2024 at the Abdullah Bin Khalifa Stadium in Doha, Qatar, at 4 p.m. local time on June 18.

On the day, Indonesia deployed a 3-4-3 formation. Marcelino, Struik and Kelly lined up up front, while Arhan, Toe, Witan and Fahar formed the midfield. In the back, Perali, Coman, and Ridgway paired up with Arnando in goal.

Australia countered with a 4-4-2 formation. Belupilai and Touré started up top, with Segesic, Holman, Teague, and Jelicic in midfield. The back four was a combination of Mauragis, Felkins, Popovic, and Italo, with Beach in goal.

Indonesia lost 0-2 to 'hosts' Qatar in their first match. Indonesia had two players sent off for questionable calls by the referee. Head coach Shin Tae-yong even expressed his frustration with the officiating after the game.

First up is Indonesia, who will have to give it their all against Australia. A loss means elimination. If 토토사이트 Indonesia loses to make it two out of two, Australia will have four points with one win and one draw, and if Qatar wins or draws the Qatar-Jordan match, they will have at least four points. Jordan can also take four points. Indonesia will only get three points even if they win their final game.

Indonesian fans came to the stadium to cheer their team on, with red and white waves covering all four sides of the stands. Everyone was waving Indonesian flags and paraphernalia before the game, and the cheering became even louder once the game started. It was as if the game was being played in Indonesia's own backyard.

At the end of the first half, Indonesia led 1-0. Indonesia survived a major scare midway through the first half. In the 21st minute, Toure's shot deflected off Komang's hand. The referee pointed to the video assistant referee (VAR) for a penalty kick, but Hernando stepped up to the spot kick and correctly read the direction of Ture's shot and saved it.

Indonesia remained unfazed. They finally broke the deadlock just before halftime. From a corner kick, Toe volleyed the ball into the box and Komang, who was in front of the goal, simply redirected it with his head.

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