3-time champions Thailand were knokced of the Suzuki Cup after they went 1-2 to co-host Indonesia.
Despite taking the lead through S. Sukha , the Thai were pinned back by two late spot-kick from B. Pamungkas to go down 1-2.
This mean, under the reign of Bryan Robson, the Thai has only won 1 of their last 7 competitive matches and he has become the first ever coach to see the Thai knocked out without a single win in any edition of the South East Asia Premier competition.
It was Malaysia who benefit from that as they thrashed Laos 5-1 with goals from M. Amri (2), M. Amirulhadi, N. Idlan and M. Bin Jasuli.
Laos reply came from L. Singto.
Pos Teams Pts GD
1 Indonesia 6 11
2 Malaysia 4 0
3 Thailand 2 -1
4 Laos 1 -11
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