Vietnam coach Alfred Reidl was left to lament a pair of second half misses by striker Le Cong Vinh as his side conceded a late equaliser in a 1-1 draw against Indonesia in the Asean Football Championship on Monday.
Singapore striker Noh Alam Shah may have kept his cool in scoring seven goals against Laos on Monday but he appeared to be far less at ease later as he tried to put his feat into words.
Despite an emphatic 4-0 win over the Philippines in their second Asean Football Championship Group A clash on Sunday, Thailand coach Chanvit Phalajavin was less than impressed with his team's cohesion, particularly in the second half.
Myanmar coach U Sann Win was left ruing the number of missed chances in the first half of their Asean Football Championship Group A stalemate with Malaysia on Sunday, which left the 2004 semi-finalists with just two points from two matches.
Myanmar coach U Sann Win was left to rue his side's misfortune as a 0-0 draw with the Philippines saw them exit the Asean Football Championships on Tuesday.
Singapore coach Radojko Avramovic said that he was not satisfied with his team's goalless draw against Vietnam in their Asean Football Championship opener on Saturday but admitted that the result was a fair reflection of the game.
Indonesia's wealth of attacking options up front paid off on Saturday as they recovered from a one-goal deficit to defeat Laos 3-1 in their opening match in the Asean Football Championship.
Philippines coach Aris Caslib has called on the organisers of the Asean Football Championships to address the condition of the pitch at the Suphachalasai Stadium after his side slumped to a 4-0 defeat to Malaysia on Friday evening.
Myanmar coach U Sann Win put on a brave face after a Thailand goal four minutes into second half stoppage time denied his side all three points in their Asean Football Championship 2007 opener in Bangkok on Friday.