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Match Summary

An international football feast unfolded as Indonesia welcomed Iran for a friendly clash that will be long remembered by fans across both nations. In spite of it being a non-competitive fixture, the intensity on the pitch could have fooled anyone into thinking there were points, or even a trophy, at stake. The Indonesian squad, although missing key players Yance Sayuri and Rachmat Irianto due to injuries, showed commendable dedication and an unwavering fighting spirit.

Iran, despite being handicapped by the absence of Morteza Pouraliganji, Vahid Amiri, and a quartet of sidelined players, including the suspended duo of Mohammadmehdi Ahmadi and Mohammadhossein Eslami as well as the injured Mohammad Mohebi and Ramin Rezaeian, displayed an impressive resilience. Their depth was tested, but the team rose to the occasion, matching their hosts with every pass, tackle, and attack.

As the full-time whistle blew, the players, coaches, and supporters from both sides could hold their heads high, knowing they had contributed to a match full of passion, flair, and sporting excellence. Friendly or not, this encounter was a testament to the beauty and unpredictability of football.

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Missing Players - Indonesia

  • Yance Sayuri (injury)
  • Rachmat Irianto (injury)

Missing Players - Iran

  • Morteza Pouraliganji  (injury)
  • Vahid Amiri  (injury)
  • Mohammadmehdi Ahmadi (suspended)
  • Mohammadhossein Eslami (suspended)