In that match, Asri played from the first whistle blown. Together with Flavio Beck Junior in the midfield, Asri Akbar seemed to enjoy the match.
His well-measured assists gave much help to other players in attacking Bali United's defense. Unfortunately,there was no goal created from all the chances, the draw result last until the final whistle blown by the referee from Kyrgyzstan, Rysbek Shekerbekov.
Asri Akbar was grateful with the result that he could contribute to his team. "Alhamdulillah I can go back to play. I'm happy to be trusted to play again, of course as a player I want to give my best to my team to get victory," he explained.
Responding to the compliments he got, Asri Akbar admits don't want to be carried away with all the compliments and decides to concentrate more on the match. "It is our task as a player, honestly I always want to give my best, the key is to pray, work hard, and enjoy the match," ended the player who was born on January 29th, 33 years ago. (AHS/KOK)