Technical analyst Fahd Al-Masoud put it in guarding the Saudi national team coach, Herve Renard, from underestimating the Vietnamese team, pointing out that Vietnam is one of the ambitious and developed teams. Al-Masoud told Al-Madina that these qualifiers are a real test for the national team manager, who has not faced strong teams, unlike the teams he will face. in these qualifiers.
The team is expected to come in with its usual formation, which is Al-Owais in goalkeeper, e in defended Abdul-Ilah Al-Omari, Al-Bilahi, Muhammad Al-Buraik and Yasser Al-Shahrani, and in midfield Abdul-Ilah Al-Maliki and Muhammad Kno in light of Abdullah Atif’s lack of readiness and in front of them there will be Salman Al -Faraj and in the flanks there will be Salem Al-Dosari and Fahd Al-Mawlid and it will depend a lot on Saleh Shehri up front.
Al-Masoud explained that the keys to the game will be in the hands of the trio Salman Al-Faraj, Salem Al-Dosari and Fahd Al-Mawlid, always brilliant with the national team.
He said the team should surprise the Vietnamese team with an initial goal to open the gaps within its ranks, especially as Vietnam is a team that relies heavily on defense and counter-attack, which is what sets them apart and they have very fast players and beware of individual errors in the defense line. Al-Masoud focused on winning the points in the prime two games and on collecting six points to enter the Japan game with great comfort.
Finally, Al-Masoud said the match will be very difficult, and I think the decision will be by goal difference, and I hope the team is on time and, God willing, success will be their ally.
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