“We don’t want to lose,” said Kanjana, also a member of the 2013 SEA Games gold medal team. “We are a bit under pressure as France is a world-class team,” Kanjana admitted. Even our game plan is on the defensive approach, we won’t hesitate to counter attack if opportunities come,” Kanjana said. After Saturday’s games, Thailand will complete their World Cup build-up against Belgium on June 1 and Kontich FC in Belgium on June 4. Their first World Cup game could not be tougher – they face the United States, the defending champions, on June 11.
Source: The Nation Bangkok May 24, 2019 18:05 UTC