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Logo of the 2004 Tiger Cup.

The 2004 ASEAN Football Championship, also known as the 2004 Tiger Cup was an ASEAN Vietnam and Malaysia, and participated by the national football teams of various countries in South-East Asia.


The championship started off with group matches, where the top two teams from each group advanced to the semi-finals and the final, which was played in a home and away format.

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Summary

In the group matches, Indonesia, coached by former Thailand coach Peter Withe, emerged as the Group A winners with ten points, 17 goals scored and non conceded. They were the hot favourites to win the 2004 Tiger Cup after bundling out the hosts Vietnam with an unexpexted 3-0 victory. Less than a day after the match had ended, the Vietnam Football Federation requested the resignation from its national coach Edson Tavares, despite his requests to stay on until the last match. Singapore, led by Radojko Avramovic pipped out the hosts by just a single point and remained to be the only team in the championship to not lose a single match.


Following the tournament motto "Anything can happen", Myanmar, under coach Ivan Kolev emerged as the surprise packages, holding defending champions Thailand to a draw and beating Malaysia on their own turf. Thailand


Teams

Of the 11 countries situated in the South-East Asian region, only Brunei did not participate in this edition, while the world's newest country, Timor Leste (or East Timor) was invited by Cambodia

  • Indonesia
  • Laos
  • Singapore
  • Vietnam
  • Group B



    First round

    The teams in Group A will be playing their matches at Thong Nhat Stadium and Vietnam while the teams in Group B will be playing their matches at Malaysia.


    Notes

    • All times local (UTC +07:00 in Vietnam, UTC +08:00 in Malaysia)
    • Half-time scores are in brackets
    • Abbreviations:
      • Pld: games played
      • W: won
      • D: drawn
      • L: lost
      • GF: goals for
      • GA: goals against
      • GD: goal difference
      • Pts: points
    • Tie-breakers
      • For teams which finish level on points, the following tie-breakers will be used:
      1. greater number of points in the matches between the teams in question;
      2. greater goal difference in matches between the teams in question;
      3. greater number of goals scored in matches between the teams in question;
      4. greater goal difference in all group games;
      5. greater number of goals scored in all group games;

    Group A


    Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
    1. Indonesia 4 3 1 0 17 0 +17 10
    2. Singapore 4 2 2 0 10 3 +7 8
    3. Vietnam 4 2 1 1 13 5 +8 7
    4. Laos 4 1 0 3 4 16 -12 3
    5. Cambodia 4 0 0 4 2 22 -20 0


    December 7, 2004
    Vietnam 1 – 1 (0-0) Singapore 17:00 Thong Nhat Stadium Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=34)
    Indonesia 6 – 0 (3-0) Laos 19:30 Thong Nhat Stadium Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=33)
    December 9, 2004
    Vietnam 9 – 1 (2-1) Cambodia 17:00 Thong Nhat Stadium Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=45)
    Indonesia 0 – 0 (0-0) Singapore 19:30 Thong Nhat Stadium Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=46)
    December 11, 2004
    Laos 2 – 1 (0-1) Cambodia 17:00 My Dinh National Stadium Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=54)
    Vietnam 0 – 3 (0-3) Indonesia 19:30 My Dinh National Stadium Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=56)
    December 13, 2004
    Singapore 6 – 2 (4-1) Laos 17:00 My Dinh National Stadium Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=67)
    Indonesia 8 – 0 (2-0) Cambodia 19:30 My Dinh National Stadium Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=66)
    December 15, 2004
    Vietnam 3 – 0 (2-0) Laos 17:00 My Dinh National Stadium Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=73)
    Cambodia 0 – 3 (0-2) Singapore 19:30 My Dinh National Stadium Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=75)



    Group B


    Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
    1. Myanmar 4 3 1 0 3 1 +2 10
    2. Malaysia 4 3 0 1 11 3 +8 9
    3. Thailand 4 2 1 1 13 4 +9 7
    4. Philippines 4 1 0 3 4 9 -5 3
    5. Timor Leste 4 0 0 4 2 18 -16 0


    December 8, 2004
    Philippines 0 – 1 (0-0) Myanmar 18:00 National Stadium, Bukit Jalil Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=38)
    Timor Leste 0 – 5 (0-1) Malaysia 20:45 National Stadium, Bukit Jalil Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=41)
    December 10, 2004
    Thailand 1 – 1 (1-0) Myanmar 18:00 National Stadium, Bukit Jalil Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=50)
    Malaysia 4 – 1 (1-0) Philippines 20:45 National Stadium, Bukit Jalil Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=51)
    December 12, 2004
    Timor Leste 0 – 8 (0-2) Thailand 18:00 National Stadium, Bukit Jalil Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=60)
    Myanmar 1 – 0 (1-0) Malaysia 20:45 National Stadium, Bukit Jalil Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=61)
    December 14, 2004
    Philippines 2 – 1 (0-0) Timor Leste 18:00 National Stadium, Bukit Jalil Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=70)
    Malaysia 2 – 1 (0-1) Thailand 20:45 National Stadium, Bukit Jalil Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=71)
    December 16, 2004
    Myanmar 3 – 1 (2-1) Timor Leste 18:00 National Stadium, Bukit Jalil Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=80)
    Thailand 3 – 1 (1-1) Philippines 20:45 National Stadium, Bukit Jalil Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=79)



    Knock-out phase

    Semi-finals

    December 28, 2004
    Indonesia 1 – 2 (1-1) Malaysia 19:45 Stadium Utama Senayan Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=88)
    January 3, 2005
    Malaysia 1 – 4 (1-0) Indonesia 20:00 National Stadium, Bukit Jalil Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=100)
    Indonesia advances to final with 5-3 aggregate.
    December 29, 2004
    Myanmar 3 – 4 (2-2) Singapore 19:30 Cheras Stadium Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=90)
    January 2, 2005
    Singapore 4 – 2 (AET)(0-1) Myanmar 19:30 National Stadium, Singapore Details (http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/singaporelocalnews/view/125376/1/.html)
    Match was 1-2 at full-time, aggregate was tied 5-5. Singapore advances on 8-5 aggregate in extra time.



    Final - First Leg

    January 8, 2005
    Indonesia 1 – 3 (0-2) Singapore 19:45 Stadium Utama Senayan Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=103)



    3/4 Place Match

    January 15, 2005
    Myanmar 1 – 2 (0-1) Malaysia 19:30 Jalan Besar Stadium Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=114)



    Final - Second Leg

    January 16, 2005
    Singapore 2 – 1 (2-0) Indonesia 19:30 National Stadium, Singapore Details (http://sg.tigercup.com/news/article_list.asp?tid=115)
    Singapore wins the Tiger Cup with 5-2 aggregate.



    External links

    • The Tiger Cup 2004 Official Website (http://www.tigercup.org/en/)
    • News articles on the 2004 Tiger Cup (http://news.google.com.my/news?hl=en&ned=us&q=%22Tiger+Cup%22&btnG=Search+News)



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