Huge brawl erupts at Thailand v Indonesia SEA Games soccer ultimate (video)

Illegal (SEA) Games soccer last between Indonesia and Thailand was a Muay Thai match yesterday when Thailand netted an equalising objective in injury time, sparking a dramatic brawl. But Indonesia ran out victors scoring three extra goals in extra-time to win their first SEA Games men’s soccer medal in 32 years with a 5-2 victory.
After a heated match on a sweltering Phonm Phenh night, Indonesia’s worst fears had been realised when the War Elephant’s substitute participant Yotsakorn Burapha scored an equaliser in the 90th minute to level the rating 2-2.
Two minutes into further time, Indonesia clapped back and netted a aim thanks to a slip-up from Thai defender Somchai Thongcham.
Seconds later, an enormous brawl broke out with coaches from both teams storming the pitch and inspiring the battle. A flood of security workers ran onto the pitch in a bid to quell the violence.
The referee dished out 5 red playing cards for those responsible for starting the battle: one for Thailand’s goalie Soponvit who ran the length of the pitch to launch a punch, one for Indonesian defender Komang Trisanda and three for coaches from each groups.
Extra time continued once calm returned just for Thai-Danish participant Jonathan Khemdee to be despatched off with a yellow card in the a hundred and first minute, leaving simply nine gamers on the pitch combating Thailand’s corner.
Then, Indonesia’s Fajar Fathur Rahman scored the team’s fourth, but not ultimate, objective from the sting of the field. Then, Thailand was left with eight males when striker Teerasak acquired a second yellow card in the 118th minute.
The game drew to an in depth after Indonesia’s fittingly-named Beckham Putra struck a final goal, placing an end to Indonesia’s 32-year SEA Games men’s football medal drought.
Having received the match, Indonesian head coach Indra Syafri shortly forgot concerning the players’ lack of sportsmanship…
“I regret that friends from both Thailand and our team [had a fight]. But It’s over, we already hugged and forgave one another. This is football.”

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