Thousands of delirious fans hit the streets in frenzied celebration after Vietnam won Malaysia at second AFF match on Friday night. The street turns red, from the color of flags, clothes and flares from the fans. At 9:30 p.m., when the game is not even ended yet, fans outside My Dinh National Stadium have already moved to the center of Hanoi to begin celebrating. After the game is set, traffic jam occurred in every route around My Dinh stadium. A small fan was taken to the game by his dad. Fans pose with a V, which stands for victory. Fans started lighting up flares. Outside of My Dinh National Stadium, fans go wild. Cổ động viên đốt pháo sáng trên đường lên Hồ Gươm Malaysia has won two matches against Laos and Myanmar. Since 1998, Vietnam has won two, drawn two and lost two against Malaysia at the AFF Cup. On Nov. 8, Vietnam had a 3-0 smooth victory against Laos in Vientaine. Its next away game will be against Myanmar on November 20. The AFF Cup, a biennial international football competition organised by the ASEAN Football Federation, is held from Nov. 8 to Dec. 15, at 12 different stadiums in Southeast Asia. From 2008, the tournament has been sponsored by Japanese automaker Suzuki, and therefore is named the AFF Suzuki Cup since.