At the end of the match between Vietnam and Malaysia in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers, player Van Toan received many criticisms and attacks from Malaysian fans. According to Malaysian fans, Van Toan deliberately fell so that Vietnam would receive a penalty and win against Malaysia 2-1.
However, in response to these criticisms, Van Toan quickly released a shirt inspired by his own old self, with a brief but affirmative text. “It’s real” (rough translation: It’s real).
The shirt pattern was inspired by Van Toan’s fall. Photo: VT09
On the Fanpage of the fashion company owned by Van Toan, it is also confirmed that this exclusive shirt is inspired by the fall of “chairman” Van Toan.
“Beautiful, thick carton box, ready to ship to international fans, especially fans of a certain country. Not cheap – Because the Chairman’s mental trauma has reached its peak because after a night of suddenly being changed, they must be sold at the right value to compensate for this loss… Just kidding, but the price is still reasonable.” – status line specified.
Accordingly, this shirt model is sold for 299,000 VND/piece of all sizes and includes a signature card for the first 1000 customers to order.
Under the comment section of Fanpage, many Van Toan fans quickly ordered this unique shirt. Recently, runner-up Huyen My also posted on her personal page that she owns this unique shirt from a fashion company owned by Van Toan.
With the launch of this shirt, the male player received much praise from the online community for his business acumen.
Malaysian officials also recently admitted that the penalty for Vietnam was correct and Van Toan did not cheat.
(PLO)- There was an early defensive mindset and coach Park Hang-seo almost had to pay the price when Malaysia had a 1-1 equalizer. After that, he flexibly brought Van Toan and Duc Chinh into the field to regain the attack and less than 2 minutes later, Vietnam had 11 meters from Van Toan’s fall.