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2019 AFC Asian Cup Group A

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Group A of the 2019 AFC Asian Cup took place from 5 to 14 January 2019.[1] The group consisted of tournament hosts United Arab Emirates, Thailand, India, and Bahrain.[2] The top two teams, the United Arab Emirates and Thailand, along with the third-placed team, Bahrain (as one of the four best third-placed teams), advanced to the round of 16.[3]

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Contents

Teams

Draw position Team Zone Method of
qualification
Date of
qualification
Finals
appearance
Last
appearance
Previous best
performance
FIFA Rankings
April 2018[nb 1] December 2018
A1  United Arab Emirates WAFF Hosts 9 March 2015 10th 2015 (third place) Runners-up (1996) 81 79
A2  Thailand AFF Second Round Group F winners 24 March 2016 7th 2007 (group stage) Third place (1972) 122 118
A3  India SAFF Third Round Group A winners 11 October 2017 4th 2011 (group stage) Runners-up (1964) 97 97
A4  Bahrain WAFF Third Round Group E winners 14 November 2017 6th 2015 (group stage) Fourth place (2004) 116 113
Notes
  1. ^ The rankings of April 2018 were used for seeding for the final draw.

Standings

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  United Arab Emirates (H) 3 1 2 0 4 2 +2 5 Advance to knockout stage
2  Thailand 3 1 1 1 3 5 −2 4[a]
3  Bahrain 3 1 1 1 2 2 0 4[a]
4  India 3 1 0 2 4 4 0 3
Source: AFC
Rules for classification: Group stage tiebreakers
(H) Host.
Notes:
  1. ^ a b Head-to-head points: Thailand 3, Bahrain 0.

In the round of 16:

Matches

All times listed are GST (UTC+4).

United Arab Emirates vs Bahrain

With six minutes played, Ali Mabkhout found Ismail Al Hammadi who fired narrowly wide of Bahrain goalkeeper Sayed Shubbar Alawi’s far post. Mabkhout shot over the bar from 15 yards after an Ali Salmeen cross on 23 minutes. In the final moments of the first half, Kamil Al Aswad's free-kick from 25 yards flashed narrowly over the bar.[4] Khalid Eisa then produced a double save to deny Bahrain in the 52nd minute by first palming away Ali Madan’s drive and blocking Mohamed Al Romaihi’s subsequent follow-up. Eight minutes after the hour mark, Bahrain failed to clear the lines at a corner and the ball was eventually deflected into the path of Mabkhout, who shot just wide of the post.[5] On 78 minutes, defender Sayed Redha Isa crossed to Al Romaihi who saw his initial header cleared off the line before ramming home the rebound. Bahrain substitute Mohamed Marhoon, who had only just come on, handled in the area on 88 minutes and Ahmed Khalil having come off the bench for his 100th cap scored the resulting penalty to ensure his side a point.[6]

United Arab Emirates 1–1 Bahrain
Report
United Arab Emirates
Bahrain
GK 17 Khalid Eisa
RB 9 Bandar Al-Ahbabi
CB 4 Khalifa Mubarak
CB 6 Fares Juma (c)
LB 18 Al Hassan Saleh
CM 21 Khalfan Mubarak Substituted off 54'
CM 2 Ali Salmeen
CM 5 Amer Abdulrahman Yellow card 35' Substituted off 54'
RW 15 Ismail Al Hammadi
CF 7 Ali Mabkhout
LW 13 Khamis Esmaeel Yellow card 36' Substituted off 81'
Substitutions:
MF 20 Saif Rashid Substituted in 54'
MF 16 Mohamed Abdulrahman Substituted in 54'
FW 11 Ahmed Khalil Substituted in 81'
Manager:
Italy Alberto Zaccheroni
UAE-BHR 2019-01-05.svg
GK 1 Sayed Shubbar Alawi
RB 5 Hamad Al-Shamsan
CB 16 Sayed Redha Isa
CB 3 Waleed Al Hayam
LB 12 Ahmed Juma Substituted off 87'
RM 7 Abdulwahab Al-Safi (c)
CM 4 Sayed Dhiya Saeed
CM 11 Ali Madan Substituted off 90+3'
LM 19 Kamil Al Aswad
CF 23 Jamal Rashid Substituted off 81'
CF 13 Mohamed Al Romaihi
Substitutions:
FW 10 Abdulla Yusuf Helal Substituted in 81'
MF 8 Mohamed Marhoon Substituted in 87'
FW 20 Sami Al-Husaini Substituted in 90+3'
Manager:
Czech Republic Miroslav Soukup

Man of the Match:
Mohamed Al Romaihi (Bahrain)

Assistant referees:[7]
Ahmad Al-Roalle (Jordan)
Mohammad Al-Kalaf (Jordan)
Fourth official:
Mohammed Al-Abakry (Saudi Arabia)
Additional assistant referees:
Turki Al-Khudhayr (Saudi Arabia)
Ahmed Al-Ali (Jordan)

Thailand vs India

Indian players celebrating with fans after the match
Indian players celebrating with fans after the match

Thailand threatened first with captain Teerasil Dangda finding Thitipan Puangchan who shot an 11th minute drive which sailed narrowly wide of India goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu’s right-hand post. Ashique Kuruniyan’s shot was saved by Chatchai Budprom, only for defender Theerathon Bunmathan to concede a penalty when he handled the subsequent rebound. Sunil Chhetri converted the resulting penalty to give India the lead in the 27th minute. Thailand were, however, to draw level just six minutes later, Teerasil heading home Theerathon’s delivered set-piece. Moments after the restart, Kuruniyan and Udanta Singh combined to set up Chhetri who fired home past Chatchai from 15 yards to restore his side’s advantage.[8] In the 68th minute Udanta charged towards the goal before laying the ball back to Anirudh Thapa, who dinked the ball past both Chatchai and a recovering defender into the back of the net.[9] With time running out, Thailand rallied briefly when Teerasil saw a goal-bound effort diverted to safety via the outstretched leg of the defender Anas Edathodika. With 10 minutes remaining, substitute Jeje Lalpekhlua scored a curling strike from the edge of the area.[8]

This became India's biggest ever win in their Asian Cup history, while it was also India's first ever win after 55 years.[10] This hammered defeat to India prompted the FAT to sack Milovan Rajevac and appointed Sirisak Yodyardthai as interim coach.[11] Sunil Chhetri passed beyond Lionel Messi to become the second-best scoring players still in active, behind Cristiano Ronaldo.[12]

Thailand 1–4 India
Report
Thailand
India
GK 1 Chatchai Budprom
RB 19 Tristan Do
CB 4 Chalermpong Kerdkaew
CB 6 Pansa Hemviboon Yellow card 79'
LB 3 Theerathon Bunmathan
CM 8 Thitipan Puangchan
CM 14 Sanrawat Dechmitr Yellow card 39' Substituted off 58'
RW 9 Adisak Kraisorn Substituted off 79'
AM 18 Chanathip Songkrasin Substituted off 73'
LW 22 Supachai Jaided
CF 10 Teerasil Dangda (c)
Substitutions:
DF 11 Korrakot Wiriyaudomsiri Substituted in 58'
FW 20 Siroch Chatthong Substituted in 73'
MF 7 Sumanya Purisai Substituted in 79'
Manager:
Serbia Milovan Rajevac
THA-IND 2019-01-06.svg
GK 1 Gurpreet Singh Sandhu (c)
RB 20 Pritam Kotal
CB 5 Sandesh Jhingan
CB 3 Subhasish Bose
LB 22 Anas Edathodika
RM 15 Udanta Singh
CM 7 Anirudh Thapa Substituted off 78'
CM 14 Pronay Halder Substituted off 87'
LM 19 Halicharan Narzary
CF 13 Ashique Kuruniyan Substituted off 78'
CF 11 Sunil Chhetri
Substitutions:
FW 12 Jeje Lalpekhlua Substituted in 78'
MF 17 Rowllin Borges Substituted in 78'
MF 6 Germanpreet Singh Substituted in 87'
Manager:
England Stephen Constantine

Man of the Match:
Sunil Chhetri (India)

Assistant referees:[7]
Huo Weiming (China PR)
Cao Yi (China PR)
Fourth official:
Ronnie Koh Min Kiat (Singapore)
Additional assistant referees:
Ma Ning (China PR)
Fu Ming (China PR)

Bahrain vs Thailand

Thailand came close in the 20th minute when captain Teerasil Dangda’s effort was blocked by Bahrain goalkeeper Sayed Shubbar Alawi. Bahrain had their chances too as they kept Thai goalkeeper Siwarak Tedsungnoen busy, with the custodian pulling off a double-save against Mohamed Marhoon and Sayed Dhiya Saeed in the 28th minute. Bahrain had a glimpse at goal four minutes from the end of the half with Marhoon sending in a cross but Mohamed Al Romaihi failed to keep his header down. In the 58th minute Tristan Do launched a cross into the Bahrain penalty box. The ball was deflected by Ahmed Juma but a surging Chanathip Songkrasin sent a left-footed shot past Alawi to give Thailand the advantage. Thailand came close to doubling their lead when Chanathip's pass found Adisak Kraisorn but his effort was denied by the upright in the 71st minute.[13]

Bahrain 0–1 Thailand
Report
Bahrain
Thailand
GK 1 Sayed Shubbar Alawi
RB 16 Sayed Redha Isa
CB 5 Hamad Al-Shamsan
CB 3 Waleed Al Hayam
LB 12 Ahmed Juma Substituted off 64'
CM 7 Abdulwahab Al-Safi (c)
CM 19 Kamil Al Aswad
RW 11 Ali Madan Substituted off 79'
AM 8 Mohamed Marhoon Substituted off 65'
LW 4 Sayed Dhiya Saeed
CF 13 Mohamed Al Romaihi
Substitutions:
FW 20 Sami Al-Husaini Substituted in 64'
FW 10 Abdulla Yusuf Helal Substituted in 65'
FW 9 Mahdi Al-Humaidan Substituted in 79'
Manager:
Czech Republic Miroslav Soukup
BHR-THA 2019-01-10.svg
GK 23 Siwarak Tedsungnoen
CB 5 Adisorn Promrak Yellow card 45+1' Substituted off 90+2'
CB 6 Pansa Hemviboon Yellow card 13'
CB 15 Suphan Thongsong Yellow card 20'
RWB 19 Tristan Do
LWB 3 Theerathon Bunmathan
RM 9 Adisak Kraisorn Yellow card 43' Substituted off 80'
CM 8 Thitipan Puangchan
CM 17 Tanaboon Kesarat Substituted off 68'
LM 18 Chanathip Songkrasin
CF 10 Teerasil Dangda (c)
Substitutions:
MF 14 Sanrawat Dechmitr Substituted in 68'
FW 22 Supachai Jaided Substituted in 80'
DF 16 Mika Chunuonsee Substituted in 90+2'
Manager:
Sirisak Yodyardthai

Man of the Match:
Chanathip Songkrasin (Thailand)

Assistant referees:[14]
Matthew Cream (Australia)
Anton Shchetinin (Australia)
Fourth official:
Sergei Grishchenko (Kyrgyzstan)
Additional assistant referees:
Peter Green (Australia)
Ryuji Sato (Japan)

India vs United Arab Emirates

India had the game's first chance when Ashique Kuruniyan darted into the area before unleashing a drive which forced goalkeeper Khalid Eisa into a fine save on 11 minutes. Eisa was called into action once again in the 23rd minute, this time reacting to repel a Sunil Chhetri header.[15] Five minutes before half-time, Anas Edathodika made a mess of it and allowed Ali Mabkhout to set up Khalfan Mubarak to fire home past Indian custodian Gurpreet Singh Sandhu.[16] In the final moments of the first period, Chhetri came within inches of drawing his side level, but his effort fizzed just wide of Eisa's far post. After the break, India substitute Jeje Lalpekhlua thumped a shot narrowly off target and then Udanta Singh rattled the UAE bar with a drive from a narrow angle. Ismail Al Hammadi’s 74th minute shot cannoned of a post and then Sandhu before rebounding to safety. The UAE duly doubled their advantage in the final moments when Mabkhout converted Ali Salmeen’s pass to assure his side of the victory despite Mohamed Ahmed crashing the ball against his own woodwork deep into stoppage time.[15]

India 0–2 United Arab Emirates
Report
India
United Arab Emirates
GK 1 Gurpreet Singh Sandhu
RB 20 Pritam Kotal
CB 5 Sandesh Jhingan
CB 22 Anas Edathodika
LB 3 Subhasish Bose Yellow card 73'
RM 15 Udanta Singh Substituted off 79'
CM 7 Anirudh Thapa Substituted off 70'
CM 14 Pronay Halder
LM 19 Halicharan Narzary Substituted off 46'
CF 13 Ashique Kuruniyan Yellow card 51'
CF 11 Sunil Chhetri (c)
Substitutions:
FW 12 Jeje Lalpekhlua Substituted in 46'
MF 17 Rowllin Borges Substituted in 70'
MF 18 Jackichand Singh Substituted in 79'
Manager:
England Stephen Constantine
IND-UAE 2019-01-10.svg
GK 17 Khalid Eisa
RB 9 Bandar Al-Ahbabi
CB 4 Khalifa Mubarak
CB 19 Ismail Ahmed
LB 18 Al Hassan Saleh
RM 13 Khamis Esmaeel Substituted off 63'
CM 2 Ali Salmeen
CM 5 Amer Abdulrahman Substituted off 75'
LM 15 Ismail Al Hammadi (c)
AM 21 Khalfan Mubarak Substituted off 85'
CF 7 Ali Mabkhout
Substitutions:
MF 8 Majed Hassan Substituted in 63'
DF 23 Mohamed Ahmed Substituted in 75'
FW 10 Ismail Matar Substituted in 85'
Manager:
Italy Alberto Zaccheroni

Man of the Match:
Ali Mabkhout (United Arab Emirates)

Assistant referees:[14]
Miguel Hernández (Mexico)
Alberto Morín (Mexico)
Fourth official:
Rashid Al-Ghaithi (Oman)
Additional assistant referees:
Jumpei Iida (Japan)
Hiroyuki Kimura (Japan)

United Arab Emirates vs Thailand

Hosts the United Arab Emirates and Thailand both booked their places in the knockout stage as a 1–1 draw at Hazza bin Zayed Stadium was enough to ensure both nations progressed. Ali Mabkhout put Alberto Zaccheroni’s side ahead after seven minutes but Thitiphan Puangjan struck four minutes from time to earn the Thais a point that sees them take second place in Group A, following India’s late loss to Bahrain, thanks to a better head-to-head record. The hosts made the perfect start when, with many in the crowd of almost 18,000 still finding their seats, they hit the back of Siwarak Tedsungnoen’s goal.

Ismail Al Hammadi burst into the area and attempted to clip the ball over the Thai keeper, only for the ball to come back off the crossbar. But Mabkhout rose to head home the rebound from inside the six-yard box. Khalfan Mubarak sought to double the lead 11 minutes later when he twisted his way past the Thai defence only to send a weak shot trundling through to Siwarak.

While the UAE have qualified for the knockout phase for the second tournament in a row, Thailand will be featuring in the next round for the first time since reaching the semi-finals in 1972.[17]

United Arab Emirates 1–1 Thailand
Report
United Arab Emirates
Thailand
GK 17 Khalid Eisa
CB 19 Ismail Ahmed
CB 4 Khalifa Mubarak
CB 23 Mohamed Ahmed
RWB 9 Bandar Al-Ahbabi Substituted off 46'
LWB 18 Al Hassan Saleh Yellow card 34'
RM 21 Khalfan Mubarak Substituted off 84'
CM 8 Majed Hassan
CM 2 Ali Salmeen
LM 15 Ismail Al Hammadi (c) Substituted off 74'
CF 7 Ali Mabkhout
Substitutions:
MF 16 Mohamed Abdulrahman Substituted in 46'
FW 11 Ahmed Khalil Substituted in 74'
FW 10 Ismail Matar Substituted in 84'
Manager:
Italy Alberto Zaccheroni
UAE-THA 2019-01-14.svg
GK 23 Siwarak Tedsungnoen
RB 3 Theerathon Bunmathan
CB 5 Adisorn Promrak Yellow card 7'
CB 15 Suphan Thongsong Yellow card 79'
LB 16 Mika Chunuonsee Substituted off 31'
RM 19 Tristan Do
CM 8 Thitipan Puangchan
CM 17 Tanaboon Kesarat Substituted off 90'
LM 18 Chanathip Songkrasin
CF 9 Adisak Kraisorn Substituted off 64'
CF 10 Teerasil Dangda (c)
Substitutions:
DF 4 Chalermpong Kerdkaew Substituted in 31'
FW 22 Supachai Jaided Substituted in 64'
MF 21 Pokklaw Anan Substituted in 90'
Manager:
Sirisak Yodyardthai

Man of the Match:
Ali Mabkhout (United Arab Emirates)

Assistant referees:[18]
Hiroshi Yamauchi (Japan)
Jun Mihara (Japan)
Fourth official:
Mohd Yusri Muhamad (Malaysia)
Additional assistant referees:
Jumpei Iida (Japan)
Hiroyuki Kimura (Japan)

India vs Bahrain

Jamal Rashid's penalty in added time secured Bahrain a 1–0 win over India, taking them into the knockout stage for the first time since 2004 edition. With United Arab Emirates and Thailand playing to a 1–1 draw, Bahrain finished third in Group A with their haul of four points confirming them as one of the best four third-placed teams who will advance to the Round of 16.

India suffered early problems at the back when Anas Edathodika was forced off with an injury in the fourth minute and was replaced with Salam Ranjan Singh. Bahrain then applied pressure on the Blue Tigers’ defence as goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu was called into action three minutes later when he saved Sayed Dhiya Saeed’s left footed shot from outside the box. India were able to calm their nerves and responded in the 20th minute with Sunil Chhetri coming close to scoring for Stephen Constantine’s side but the striker failed to steer Gurpreet Singh's long pass home. Jamal Rashid and Sayed Dhiya Saeed both failed to find the mark with long-range efforts.[19]

India 0–1 Bahrain
Report
India
Bahrain
GK 1 Gurpreet Singh Sandhu
RB 20 Pritam Kotal
CB 5 Sandesh Jhingan
CB 22 Anas Edathodika Substituted off 4'
LB 3 Subhasish Bose
RM 15 Udanta Singh
CM 17 Rowllin Borges
CM 14 Pronay Halder (c)
LM 19 Halicharan Narzary Substituted off 79'
CF 13 Ashique Kuruniyan Substituted off 46'
CF 11 Sunil Chhetri
Substitutions:
DF 2 Salam Ranjan Singh Substituted in 4'
FW 12 Jeje Lalpekhlua Substituted in 46'
MF 7 Anirudh Thapa Substituted in 79'
Manager:
England Stephen Constantine
IND-BHR 2019-01-14.svg
GK 1 Sayed Shubbar Alawi
RB 16 Sayed Redha Isa
CB 5 Hamad Al-Shamsan Yellow card 64'
CB 3 Waleed Al Hayam
LB 12 Ahmed Juma Substituted off 78'
CM 7 Abdulwahab Al-Safi (c)
CM 19 Kamil Al Aswad
RW 11 Ali Madan Substituted off 55'
AM 23 Jamal Rashid
LW 4 Sayed Dhiya Saeed
CF 13 Mohamed Al Romaihi Substituted off 61'
Substitutions:
MF 8 Mohamed Marhoon Substituted in 55'
FW 10 Abdulla Yusuf Helal Substituted in 61'
FW 20 Sami Al-Husaini Substituted in 78'
DF 17 Ahmed Bughammar[note 1] Yellow card 90+5'
Manager:
Czech Republic Miroslav Soukup

Man of the Match:
Jamal Rashid (Bahrain)

Assistant referees:[18]
Abdukhamidullo Rasulov (Uzbekistan)
Sergei Grishchenko (Kyrgyzstan)
Fourth official:
Ronnie Koh Min Kiat (Singapore)
Additional assistant referees:
Ravshan Irmatov (Uzbekistan)
Valentin Kovalenko (Uzbekistan)

Discipline

Fair play points will be used as tiebreakers if the head-to-head and overall records of teams are tied (and if the penalty shoot-out is not applicable as a tiebreaker). These are calculated based on yellow and red cards received in all group matches as follows:[3][20]

  • yellow card = 1 point
  • red card as a result of two yellow cards = 3 points
  • direct red card = 3 points
  • yellow card followed by direct red card = 4 points

Only one of the above deductions will be applied to a player in a single match.

Team Match 1 Match 2 Match 3 Points
Yellow card Yellow card Yellow-red card Red card Yellow card Red card Yellow card Yellow card Yellow-red card Red card Yellow card Red card Yellow card Yellow card Yellow-red card Red card Yellow card Red card
 Bahrain 2 −2
 India 2 −2
 United Arab Emirates 2 1 −3
 Thailand 2 4 2 −8

Notes

  1. ^ Bughammar was booked on the substitutes' bench, despite not playing any part in the match.

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