59,000 ‘tiger tails’ still terrorize Thailand


PETALING JAYA: Although the Bukit Jalil National Stadium cannot use its maximum capacity in the first semi-final of the AFF Cup 2022 between Malaysia and Thailand tomorrow, the presence of 59,000 spectators is still able to terrify the opponent.

In the last action of Group B, last Tuesday, the ‘sacred home’ of the Malayan Tigers was not full house either, but the 65,147 supporters who attended were enough to drown Singapore and help Malaysia win 4-1.

The desire to see all corners of the stadium filled like the semi-final of the 2018 AFF Cup, where 87,545 attendance was recorded when facing Thailand could not be done because 21,000 seats had to be sacrificed by the structure of the Jay Chou concert stage which was in the process of being installed.

Even so, with the 59,000 tickets on offer sold out less than 24 hours after sales opened, Harimau Malaya is guaranteed to get maximum support from the ’12th’ player.

INSTALLATION of Jay Chou’s concert stage structure caused 21,000 seats at Buki Jalil Stadium to be sacrificed.

Thailand team manager, Nualphan Lamsam or better known as Madam Pang admitted, the flood of yellow and black supporters will be the biggest challenge for the six-time champion to find supplies in Bukit Jalil.

“This will be a difficult match. There will be pressure when we face Malaysia in Bukit Jalil because tens of thousands of supporters will be present.

“Thailand has never beaten Malaysia in that stadium so we need to be mentally and physically prepared. Since the away goal rule still applies, we need to score at Bukit Jalil.

“Goals away from home are very important to take to the second match at Thammasat Stadium later,” he said.





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