Nam Dinh Shocks Hanoi with Late 90+6 Minute Goal

Hanoi vs Nam Dinh – Exciting Match Recap and Result

In a thrilling rematch between Hanoi and Nam Dinh Club, the Hang Day Stadium witnessed an intense battle for redemption. The first leg saw Hanoi suffering a painful defeat despite a late goal, leaving them eager to overturn the result this time around.

Both teams showcased attacking intent from the start, with Nam Dinh initially gaining the upper hand. In the 15th minute, Rafaelson’s clinical finish put the visitors ahead after an assist from Hendrio Da Silva. Hanoi tried to respond but failed to find the net in the first half, trailing by one goal heading into the break.

A rejuvenated Hanoi side emerged in the second half, with Pham Tuan Hai making an immediate impact with a stunning long-range effort in the 48th minute. Nguyen Van Quyet then equalized with two well-taken strikes, setting the stage for a pulsating remainder of the match.

Both teams created numerous chances in the second half, with the excitement reaching a crescendo as the match approached its climax. In the 76th minute, Tagueu Joel’s dangerous tackle led to a red card, giving Nam Dinh a numerical advantage. The game hung in the balance until the final moments when rookie Nguyen Tuan Anh hit the woodwork for Hanoi before Lucas Alves sealed the win for Nam Dinh in stoppage time.

Despite Hanoi’s spirited efforts, Nam Dinh emerged victorious with a 2-1 scoreline, extending their lead at the top of the league table. Hanoi, meanwhile, finds themselves in seventh place after the result.

The match’s defining moments included Van Quyet’s goal for Hanoi in the 48th minute, countered by Rafaelson and Lucas Alves’s strikes for Nam Dinh in the 16th and 90+6th minutes, respectively. The encounter also saw a red card for Joel in the 79th minute due to a reckless challenge.

Starting lineups featured key players such as Van Quyet and Denilson for Hanoi, while Nam Dinh relied on the likes of Rafaelson and Hendrio Da Silva to secure the crucial victory.

With the dust settled on this intense clash, Nam Dinh solidifies their position as the team to beat in the league, while Hanoi must regroup and recalibrate for the challenges ahead.

Denis Hardin

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