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Kicking up a fuss

Kicking up a fuss

23 Naga corp and kirivong

Naga’s new Cameroonian signing Ngeng clinched the tie with a solitary strike on 73 minutes.

The win meant Naga switched places with Kirivong in the league standings, moving from fourth to third. In yesterday’s later kick-off, Build Bright United continued their resurgence with a 2-0 victory over National Police Commissary.

Prum Puthsethy gifted BBU the lead in the 54th minute before team-mate Pich Sina confirmed all three points with a goal in the third minute of stoppage time. BBU moved up a place to seventh, while the Police remained in sixth spot.


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