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Germany thrill a capacity crowd in World Cup opener

Germany thrill a capacity crowd in World Cup opener

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PHOTO BY SRENG MENG SRUN

The 11-strong squad of boys from the Phnom Penh Crown Elite Academy return home yesterday with the third place winners trophy from the 2011 Singapore Cricket Club Soccer Sixes tournament. The team faced other U14 sides from charity organisations across the region, and recorded a 2-0 victory over a Malaysian outfit in the third place playoff on Sunday. Results from the group stage played on Friday included a 4-0 win over a Bangladeshi team, a 5-0 thumping of a Singapore side, and losses to Thai, Indonesian and another Malaysian team. The Indonesians went on to win Sunday’s grand final against the boys from Thailand. TRANSLATED BY IN SOPHENG.

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