Thai vs Singapore Football Results, 2026 World Cup Qualifiers: PPTVHD36

The Thailand national team will meet Singapore in the 2026 World Cup qualifiers, Asian region, second round, third group, match 6.

Masatada Ishii, the coach of the Thai national team, made two changes to the team’s lineup from offensive play to the draw with China, with Elias Dulo replacing Suphan Thongsong in defensive play, while in offensive play, Chanathip Songkrasin got the opportunity to participate as a starter. Place Charoensak Wongkorn by standing in a 3-line formation with Suphanat Mueanta and Supachoke Sarachat, with Supachai Jaided standing in front of goal while Sarach Yooyen ties the game up with Weerathep Breed: Midfield

A list of 11 key players for the 2026 World Cup, Thailand’s national team meets Singapore.

Thai football results draw with China in 2026 World Cup qualifiers, hoping to qualify for the final round

In the fifth minute, the Thai team almost took the lead. This was the moment when Tirathorn Poonmathan opened the ball from the left side to cut through the Singapore defence, but Chanathip Songkrasin shot the ball hard and the ball came out from behind.

In the ninth minute, Singapore also had a chance. That was the moment when Faris Ramli opened the ball from the left side and Ikhsan Fandi headed it in. Fortunately, Ilyas Doloh was following him, which caused Ikhsan to not be able to fully head the shot.

In the 16th minute, Subachuk Sarachat snatched a ball from one of the Singaporean players from the left side. Before opening the ball in the middle of the goal, Chanathip Songkrasin hit the post.

In the 18th minute, Supachai Jeded passed the ball to Sovanan Borirat, who stepped forward to shoot but did not place his foot well and flew over the crossbar.

After 25 minutes, the double match between South Korea and China ended, with South Korea winning 1-0, making Thailand win this match 3-0.

In the 26th minute, Sophanath Moyanta passed the ball to Supachai Gadit with a powerful right hand. But the ball went into Hassan Soni's pocket.

In the 33rd minute, Sophanath Muinta was hit by a Singaporean player. He fell inside the penalty area, but the referee did not award a penalty kick. Let the game continue.

In the 37th minute, the Thai team eased the pressure and took a 1-0 lead from the moment Chanathip Songkrasin shot from the left side and Sophanath Muinta shot it from the right.

In the 42nd minute, Thailand did not score any more goals when Supachai Jeded shot the ball directly, and the first half ended with Thailand leading 1-0.

Back in the second half in the 48th minute, Sovanan Borirat added the ball to the end of the line before passing it to Supachai Jade to shoot but the ball went straight to Hassan Sunny who managed to catch it.

In the 50th minute, no more goals were scored. That was the moment when Chanathip Songkrasin opened from left to right for Sarach Yuen to shoot the ball and beat Hassan Sunny and the ball bounced, hit the post and rebounded.

In the 53rd minute, Singapore should have scored an equalizer as well, from the moment Harry Stewart ran to head the ball ahead of Sarach Yuen, the ball flew and fell almost under the crossbar.

In the 56th minute, Sophanat Mwinta had two chances to shoot, but Hassan Sunny blocked both times.

In the 57th minute, Ikhsan Fandi shot a ball in the skull area with his right, which flew into the goal, causing the revolutionary Khamai to be excluded from qualifying for Singapore 1-1.

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A list of 11 key players for the War Elephants team.
Thailand national team (4-2-3-1): Pathiwat Khamai (goalkeeper) – Suphanan Borirat, Elias Dulo, Kritsada Kaman, Therathun Punmathan (centre) – Sarach Yuen, Weerathip Pomphan – Suphanath Muenta, Chanathip Songkrasin, Supachauk Sarachat – Supachai Jeded

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