Riedl: Toughest Opponent Philippines Indonesia Laga (1-0

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Riedl: Toughest Opponent Philippines Indonesia Laga (1-0

Indonesia's national team coach Alfred Riedl consider the second semi-final match against the Philippines is the toughest fight for AFF Cup 2010.

Indonesian national team successfully stepped into the finals after defeating the Philippines 1-0 in the return second semi-final, Sunday, December 19, 2010. Striker Cristian Gonzalez back into the winner Indonesia through spectacular goal in the 43rd minute.

Although re-conquered the Philippines for the second time, Riedl assess this second semi-final match was the toughest fight for AFF Cup 2010.

"It's the toughest match. Because I think the Philippine national team is a European team. The player they were large and draining our players," Riedl said in a press conference after the match.

Riedl admitted nervous foster children in the second round. The players also felt a tremendous burden from the fans.

"The game today is not good for people whose heart is not strong. We knew the match would be difficult for big players. Football corners, free kicks and throw-daam they are very dangerous, 'said Riedl.

"In the second half our players nervous and made some mistakes, because opponents often passes into the penalty box. Unfortunately we do not score the second. When we get a chance, our players are in the wrong position"

"The pressure of high society, the player depressed that why we got two players yellow cards," said Riedl.

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