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Value of Vietnamese national football team hits record high

The total market value of the Vietnamese national football team has skyrocketed to EUR7.6 million, equal to US$8.01 million, marking a record high, according to the renowned German football site Transfermarkt.
The market value of Vietnamese striker Tien Linh (middle) stands at EUR350,000

This rise was largely attributed to the team’s impressive result in the recent friendly match against Borussia Dortmund on November 30, with the Vietnamese team stunning the Bundesliga side 2-1.

Furthermore, Tuan Hai of Hanoi FC saw his value rise from EUR225,000 to EUR300,000 after scoring most goals the V.League 1 and contributing to his team’s National Cup victory. Hai is also the player who scored the winning goal in Vietnam’s 2-1 victory against Dortmund.

Meanwhile, Nguyen Quang Hai of Pau FC and Nguyen Hoang Duc of Viettel FC were named among the country’s most valuable players with their market value growing to EUR400,000.

Elsewhere, young Vietnamese players such as Nguyen Thanh Binh of Viettel FC and Phan Tuan Tai of Viettel FC were valued at EUR250,000 and EUR150,000, respectively.

However, Tuan Anh and Hong Duy of HAGL FC and Ha Duc Chinh of Binh Dinh FC saw their market value fall to EUR225,000.

Currently, Vietnamese players coached by Park Hang-seo are training in Vung Tau before returning to Hanoi on December 10 to prepare for another friendly match against the Philippines which will take place at Hang Day Stadium on December 14.

This will be the final warmup game for Park and his players ahead of their AFF Cup 2022 campaign in late December and early January.

Source: VOV

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