March 19 According to reporter Ma Dexing, Uzbekistan, which won the U20 Asian Cup this time, became the fifth Asian team to win the U17
, U20 and U23 three Asian youth championship teams.
In the early morning of March 19, , the 41st U20 Asian Cup ended at the Benyudko Stadium in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. The host Uzbekistan beat Iraq and won the championship for the first time in history.
Uzbekistan became the fifth team to win the U17, U20 and U23 Asian youth championships after South Korea, Japan, Saudi Arabia and Iraq.
After the head coach Haidarov led his team to win the U23 Asian Cup in 2018, he led his team to win the U20 Asian Cup after 5 years, which is also a record-breaking achievement.
Faizulayev, who created a penalty kick in the final, was finally selected as the MVP of the event, and Uzbekistan’s main goalkeeper Boy Murodov was elected the best goalkeeper.
Japan’s No. 18 Kumada Naoki became the top scorer with 5 goals.
Uzbekistan, Iraq, South Korea and Japan will represent Asia in the U20 World Youth Championship in Indonesia in May.