Chanathip, the Thai national team player, is a nightmare for the Chinese national team.

With two matches remaining, the standings of this group are South Korea with 10 points, China with 7 points, Thailand with 4 points, and Singapore with one point. The team will compete in the semi-final match on June 6, 2024.

If we look at the statistics of meetings between the Thai and Chinese national teams from 2000 onwards, up to the present, for 24 years, there have been 12 competitive matches, whether official competitions on the continent or friendly matches. The competition was organized between the two countries and the results showed that China won 8, tied 1, and lost 3.

Although China's match record has a better performance than that of the Thai team, in the last 3 matches, the results of winning and losing are often delayed and they can fight until the last drop. Meanwhile, competitive games from 2000 to date, in 12 matches, the Thai national team has scored 15 goals against China. Three players scored twice, including Chanathip Songkrasin, Adisak Kresorn and Tiratip Winuthai.

Chanathip Songkrasin's name has become a mascot for Chinese national team players, because whenever they meet China, this player can always cause problems for Chinese players. Club and national team matches. On behalf of the Thai national team, Chanathip scored two goals against China and played a very important role for the team.

While in the AFC Champions League and when playing for Kawasaki Frontale, he also scored a goal for the team in the encounter with Guangzhou, helping the team to an 8-0 win as well, most recently in the 2023-24 AFC Club Championship round. In the match in which PJ Bathum played, United beat Shanghai Port 3-2, and Chanathip was a player who helped lead the attacking match very well. Therefore, the Chinese media followed the news of the infection closely.

Thai national team player who scored a goal against China 2000-24

November 16, 2023 (Thailand 1-2 China) 2026 World Cup Qualifiers – Sarach Yuen

March 21, 2019 (China 0-1 Thailand) China Cup – Chanathip Songkrasin

January 20, 2019 (Thailand 1-2 China) Asian Cup 2019 – Supachai Jeded

June 2, 2018 (Thailand 0-2 China) Friendly match

October 10, 2014 (China 3-0 Thailand) Warm-up

June 15, 2013 (China 1-5 Thailand) Warm-up – Poklao Annan, Adisak Krasiorn, 2 goals, Chanathip Songkrasin, Sarawot Masuk

March 15, 2008 (China 3-3 Thailand) Warm-up – Teratip Winothai, 2 goals, Thana Channabutr

May 16, 2007 (Thailand 1-0 China) Warm-up – Pipat Tonkania

August 10, 2005 (China 4-0 Thailand) Warm-up

May 11, 2002 (China 3-1 Thailand) Warm-up – Manit Nuyet

February 14, 2001 (Thailand 1-5 China) King’s Cup – Tawan Sripan

September 1, 2000 (China 3-1 Thailand) 4 Shaw – Thrdsack Gayman

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