3 Asian Games Alumni, Now Becomes Mainstay in the Senior National Team

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Sumber: Goal.com

Although at the Asian Games 2018, the football sport is only able to reach the last 16, and failed to meet the target of PSSI to reach the semifinals, but the team coached by Luis Milla actually produced many quality players.

In fact, many of the products of the Spanish coach from the Asian Games event are now becoming the mainstay of Indonesia’s senior national team. Do you want to know who are the top players, see the following reviews:

 

Hansamu Yama
Armed as captain in the Indonesia U-23 team, the Asian Games projections made the young man from Mojokerto also smoothly get one slot in the senior national team for the 2018 AFF Cup projections.

 

At the Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games, Hansamu was indeed a player who was not replaced by Luis Milla. Calm, and deft in reading the opponent’s game, he became the mainstay of the Barito Putera player when he carried the name of Indonesia on the Asian Games event.

 

At the senior level, Hansamu also seems to be a mainstay. It’s just that, now he will collaborate with his seniors, such as Abdulrahman and Fachruddin Aryanto.

 

Zulfiandi
Besides Hansamu, another name that is also almost irreplaceable throughout the Asian Games 2018 is midfielder Zulfiandi. The sight of this young man from Aceh in guarding the midfield and cutting off the opponent’s attack, made it difficult for coach Luis Milla to replace him with another player.

 

‘Graduated’ from the Asian Games, apparently the charming skill of the Bhayangkara FC club players still attracts attention to the interim coach of the Bima Sakti National Team, which is now concocting a team to be revealed in the upcoming November 2018 AFF Cup.

 

Even Zul’s name was immediately revealed as a core player, when some time ago the National Team defeated Myanmar 3-0 in a trial. Having a promising game, it seems that Zulfiandi will continue to be relied on by the National Team in the 2018 AFF Cup.

 

Irfan Jaya

Another young player, who was born from the Asian Games stage is the winger, Irfan Jaya. Often become the mainstay of Luis Milla throughout the Asian Games, apparently the slick appearance of the Makassar player continues to the senior level.

In a trial with Myanmar, Irfan immediately appeared “hot”, by creating two goals to ensure Indonesia’s victory three goals without reply. Irfan, who debuted in the senior national team, seemed to play loose and without burden. With a performance that is so promising, it could be, Irfan will be relied upon directly by the Bima Sakti, or whoever the national team coach in the upcoming AFF Cup.

 

 

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