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Cambodia lose sight of U16 Cup qualification

Cambodia lose sight of U16 Cup qualification

Cambodia failed to record a necessary upset against Japan in their 2012 AFC U16 Championship qualifier group match yesterday in Vientiane, slumping to a 4-0 defeat at the hands of their highly rated rivals. Cambodia, who had kept Japan at bay til the 59th minute, have no chance of making the cut for next year’s finals but will play their remaining group F against South Korea on Thursday.

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