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Boeung Ket edge Crown, meet Naga in quarters

Boeung Ket edge Crown, meet Naga in quarters

Former Metfone Cambodian League champions Boeung Ket Angkor FC are through to the quarterfinals of the 2015 Hun Sen Cup as Group C winners after they edged current holders Phnom Penh Crown 1-0 yesterday evening in the last round of group games at the National Football Training Centre in Takeo province.

They play Group D runners-up NagaWorld on Sunday after Naga drew 1-1 against Svay Rieng FC. Svay Rieng, Group D winners on goal difference, will play Crown for a semifinal place.

Already eliminated National Defence got some consolation by beating Battambang 6-1 in Group C, while Apsara Authority beat Prey Veng 4-2 in group D.

Svay Rieng topped Group D with Naga, both on seven points, while Boeung Ket claimed first place in group C with nine points, with Crown in second with six.

The quarterfinals kick off on the weekend at the newly built Svay Rieng stadium.

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