Vietnam women's football match 3-2 Thailand won the ticket to the quarterfinals ASIAD 18.
Midfielder Nguyen Thi Tuyet Dung told the BBC: "This year both women's and women's football do not have permission to watch live television in Vietnam, but that does not affect the team's determination.
"We set our sights on winning the game against Thailand in the quarter finals, although it was determined that Thailand was weaker than the Thai team," added Tuyet Dung.
Midfielder Tuyet Dung said the team was in a good mood.
The midfielder of the Vietnam Women & # 39; s Soccer team said that the rejuvenation of the team is really a factor. "Compared to ASIAD 2014, the Thai team added only a few players while the Vietnamese team has changed a lot."
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Midfielder Nguyen Thi Tuyet Dung was honored by the BBC
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In the meantime coach Mai Duc Chung told the BBC that "the whole team is very happy and excited and has coach training in the right way."
"It has to be said that this is a very competitive one and we were lucky.
"I'm lucky because we rejuvenate the players and we concentrate on the players in a very short time.
The Thai women's football team invests heavily in all aspects to prepare for the World Cup finals. "
Chung said he had watched AFF's Thai women's team for their match against Japan.
"I gave the team away to watch the game against Japan, in the Thai team there is a Thai player Overseas Thai status is very big and very good and good and we had to split the players to reduce the maximum attack power "said coach Duc Duc Chung.
Vietnamese media reported that teacher Mai Duc Chung was honored by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc to congratulate messages after winning the evening on 19/08.
"The Prime Minister praised the determination of the Vietnamese girls and coach Mai Duc Chung had a very successful match, and the PM also wanted the Vietnamese women's team to continue to achieve good results in ASIAD 18," reported Thanh Nien.
Coach Mai Duc Chung said the women's team needed longer preparation time because the team was different. Although we practiced in Taiwan and played three matches in Japan, that is still very little.
Asked about the goals set for ASIAD this year, coach Duc Duc Chung said: "We do not really weigh".
"We just see this as a process of friction and learning and the goal is much better than Sea Games 2021 in Vietnam, then we have to deliver a performance.
"That's it, it's a race, not a journey, so I have to do my best and be serious, and if we do not achieve the results as expected, we can sympathize, but the whole team was united in a spirit of determination," Chung the BBC.
Vietnamese women have reached the quarterfinals despite their match against the Japanese champion at 15.00 on 21/8, a game that is considered "select opponents" when the shoes in the quarterfinals.
If the women's team defeated Vietnam and stood at the top of Group C, it would most likely be Korea or China.
If they do not beat Japan, Vietnamese women are more likely to meet Taiwanese or Indonesian owners.