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Yodyadthai lauds players after win over Bahrain
January 12, 2019
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Dubai: Thailand interim head coach Sirisak Yodyadthai praised his players for producing an exceptional performance in the War Elephants’ win over Bahrain on Thursday.

After a goalless first half, Chanathip Songkrasin fired home a superb shot that eventually sealed Thailand’s 1-0 victory, reviving their AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019 Group A campaign.

“I felt that we did very well, especially in the second half,” Yodyadthai said.

“The players delivered what I wanted although we had adjusted a few tactical points from the last game. The players kept going and compliments to Bahrain for a strong match. We are very happy with the result and we will come back (better) for the next game.”

Yodyadthai replaced Milovan Rajevac at the helm after their 4-1 defeat to India on Matchday One, and the 49-year-old revealed that one of his first steps was to rebuild confidence and instill discipline in the squad.

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