PSSI finally received a penalty of Rp. 643 million from FIFA as the world soccer federation. This is as a result of disputes supporters who occurred in the World Cup qualification match 2022 against Malaysia at the Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta, Thursday (05/09/2019) ago.
"PSSI respects the legal process and decisions of FIFA. We will immediately fulfill our obligations and evaluate it so that it does not repeat itself, "said PSSI Secretary General Ratu Tisha Destria, Tuesday (10/9/2019).
For this reason, he added, he hoped that football as a medium to unite and always maintain mutual respect for one another.
"Football should unite, promote cultural diversity and call for mutual respect," he said.
For PSSI itself, this punishment is indeed a disadvantage of its own. However, apart from this, the Indonesian soccer federation wants to keep unity and unity in football in the country. In addition, it is also followed by the synergy of all elements in order to realize positive values in football.
Duel Indonesia vs Malaysia itself ended with a score of 2-3. The inaugural match of the 2022 Pre-World Cup was held at the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Senayan, Jakarta, last Thursday (05/09/2019).
At that time, there was a dispute between supporters which resulted in the match being stopped by referee Ko Hyung-Jing as a court judge from South Korea. After the situation was under control, the match was continued up to 2 × 45 minutes in normal time plus injury time.
Two Indonesian goals in the match were produced thanks to brace Alberto Goncalves (12 "and 39"). Meanwhile, three Malaysian goals were contributed by Syafiq Ahmad (66 ') and brace Mohamadou Sumareh (37' and 90 '+ 7).
With the punishment of Indonesia through this fine, it is certain that the Garuda national team can be free from the threat of sanctions without spectators or other heavier penalties.
In the closest match, the national team itself is scheduled to host Vietnam in the fourth match of the Pre-World Cup in 2022. The plan, the duel will be held at the Captain I Wayan Dipta Stadium, Gianyar, Bali, on Tuesday (15/10).
Previously, Simon Alexander McMenemy's squad will meet the hosts of the United Arab Emirates in the third match held on Thursday (10/10) tomorrow at 23.00 WIB at Al Maktoum Stadium, Dubai.
PSSI posting was fined Rp643 for Ricuh Supporters in Laga Indonesia vs Malaysia shown earlier on MIX Berita Bola. .