Debunked: Vietnamese fans denying allegations of harassing Indonesian team

Indonesian Team Denies Reports of Harassment by Vietnamese Fans before Second Leg Match

The Indonesian team has arrived in Vietnam ahead of their upcoming match on March 26. After alleged incidents of fireworks harassment by Indonesian fans in the first leg, reports of similar behavior by Vietnamese fans were denied by Tim Garuda’s communications officer.

Indonesian team’s communications officer, Mr. Naufal Laudza, refuted claims of Vietnamese fans setting off fireworks near their hotel. The location of the fireworks was identified as an entertainment spot, not related to the upcoming match. VFF quoted Mr. Naufal Laudza stating that their stay in Vietnam has been pleasant without any disturbances.

To ensure the security and safety of all involved, including the airport, residences, training grounds, and My Dinh National Stadium where the match will take place, coordination plans have been put in place by the match organizers. Traffic arrangements are also being made in accordance with regulations for the arriving delegations.

As both teams gear up for the crucial second leg, the spotlight remains on the on-field proceedings. Fans eagerly anticipate the match between Vietnam and Indonesia at My Dinh National Stadium. Stay tuned for more updates as the teams prepare to battle it out on the football field for a decisive outcome.

Denis Hardin

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