Jordan - Thailand

Bronze for Jordan

In the match that decided the bronze medal, Jordan beat Thailand with 8 - 2. Thailand missed one of their best players, captain Wanna Nattapong, because of a suspension and that certainly effected the result. Jordan played very intelligent and used all their opportunities in the first half. Half time result 6 – 0. In the second half Thailand gave never up and scored 2 goals and had a couple of opportunities to achieve a better result. Final score 8 – 2. The bronze medal was well deserved for Jordan which entered for the first time the international competition with a new team and was the surprise of the tournament.

Jordan
 
Name
Class
Played
Goals Scored
Sub In
Sub Out
Yellow
Red
3
FT3 RFD 20
60'
4
FT1 C
57'
57'
5
FT2 RFD 20
60'
3', 5', 30' +1, 56'
59'
6
FT2 C
44'
44'
13'
7
FT2 RFD 20
60'
9', 12'
8
FT2 RFD 20
60'
25', 38'
12
FT2 RFD 20
48'
48'
1
FT2 RFD 20
12'
48'
9
FT2 R
3'
57'
11
FT2 R
16'
44'
Head coach: Ali Alhyari
Thailand
 
Name
Class
Played
Goals Scored
Sub In
Sub Out
Yellow
Red
3
FT3 R
60'
9
FT2 RFD 20
60'
41'
10
FT2 RFD 20
34'
34'
11
FT2 RFD 20
60'
44' (p)
12
FT2 C
59'
59', 59'
13
FT2 RFD 20
60'
5
FT2 RFD 20
1'
59'
6
FT2 C
1'
59'
7
FT1 R
9'
34'
43'
8
FT2 C
17'
43'
14
FT2 RFD 20
0'
Head coach: Tungsurat Surasak