Exploring Indonesia: Tien Linh’s Journey to Recreate History

Vietnamese team gearing up for revenge in crucial World Cup qualifiers against Indonesia

In late March, the Vietnamese team is gearing up for two crucial matches in the 2026 World Cup qualifiers in Asia, facing off against Indonesia. The upcoming games hold added significance as Vietnam seeks to avenge their 0-1 loss to Tim Garuda at the Asian Cup, a defeat that saw them prematurely bow out of the tournament. Coach Philippe Troussier and his squad are eager to turn the tables this time around, with a hunger for redemption fueled by their untimely exit. To achieve this goal, the “Golden Star Warriors” will rely on their offensive prowess, led by striker Nguyen Tien Linh, who has a history of success against the Indonesian side, having previously found the back of the net in the AFF Cup 2022 encounter.
Tien Linh, a standout from Binh Duong, is no stranger to hitting the back of the Indonesian net. In a recent conversation with VFF, the talented forward expressed his desire to recreate that historic achievement, stating, “If I can score a goal, I will dedicate it to my mother. My mother has never had the chance to watch any of the Vietnamese team’s matches. Whenever I achieve success, there’s a missing piece – a family photo capturing that moment. I hope that one day, when I clinch a title or emerge victorious, my family will be there to witness it firsthand and capture that memory together.”
With the upcoming matches against Indonesia fast approaching, Tien Linh is determined to leave his mark on the field while honoring his mother’s unwavering support. As the Vietnamese team prepares to take on their opponents in the World Cup qualifiers, fans eagerly await the outcome, hoping for a triumphant performance that will not only secure victory but also pave the way for memorable moments both on and off the pitch. Stay tuned as Vietnam’s “Golden Star Warriors” gear up for a showdown with Indonesia, with Tien Linh poised to lead the charge in their quest for redemption and glory.

Denis Hardin

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