SEA Games 2017, Marinus Reveal Early Uproar After Game Against Cambodia

SEA Games 2017, Marinus Reveal Early Uproar After Game Against Cambodia

U-22 national team striker Indonesia, Marinus Mariyanto Wanewar, revealed the beginning of the riots that involved him in the game counter Cambodia Judi Dadu. Persipura Jayapura striker is claimed to be the target of the opponent players.

U-22 national team meets Cambodia in the final game of the elimination of Group B SEA Games 2017 at Shah Alam Stadium, Selangor, Malaysia, Thursday (8/24/2017). The team made by Luis Milla won 2-0 thanks to goals Ezra Walian and Febri Haryadi.

But this victory was tarnished by the chaos in the field. Marinus and a number of U-22 national team players involved riots with Cambodian players.

“I was hit again, the referee was also one-sided, I replied because I could not resist the emotions,” Marinus told reporters after the match.

The incident got the spotlight from Milla coach. Marinus got a reprimand from the Spaniard.

“Coach Milla said that the incident should not be repeated again, he said I have to change it in order to become a big player in the future,” said the player from Papua this.

In the race for the final ticket, Indonesia U-22 national team will fight Malaysia which is the champion of Group A. The semifinal match will be held on 26 August.

Marinus certainly absent in the game due to accumulated yellow cards. Last yellow card sent to him in the game, including to Hansamu Yama and Muhammad Hargianto, so Indonesia without the three pillars in the semifinals.

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