Vietnam beat Myanmar at int’l football event

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U21 Vietnam beat U21 Myanmar 2-0, at the Thanh Nien (Young People) newspaper’s International U21 Football Tournament in the southern province of Can Tho on December 16.

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U21 Viet Nam players celebrate beating U21 Myanmar 2-0 at the Thanh Nien newspaper’s International U21 Football Tournament in the southern province of Can Tho on December 16.

Vietnam controlled the pace of the game since the referee blew his whistle but they couldn’t break the defense line of Myanmar.

After many attempts, Vietnam scored their first goal in the 42nd minute, thanks to Nguyen Hoang Duc.

After the break, Vietnam converted a penalty after the ball touched the Myanmar team defender’s hand.

Defender and captain, Le Van Son, completed his task of doubling the score to 2-0 for his team.

In their first game, U21 Vietnam lost to Thailand 0-1.

Vietnam now have three points after two matches. They are third in the rankings, behind defending champions U21 Yokohama of Japan and U21 Myanmar.

The team will next meet U19 today and Yokohama on December 20.

Five teams are competing in a round robin format, with the two best teams vying for the cup. The winner will pocket US$12,000 and the runners-up will get US$7,000 and US$5,000.

Source: VietNamNet

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