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Red Cowboys rawhided by Bassac, Tiger romp

Red Cowboys rawhided by Bassac, Tiger romp

Bassac FC were in no mood to relinquish their Vulcan death grip on the 2013 Anvaya League on Sunday with a 14-1 pasting of Red Cowboys, which included a magnificent seven goals by Frenchman David Quandrao.

The win at Mekong University fields saw the side move five points ahead of the pack after Victory suffered a shock 2-1 loss to PPIA, who leapfrogged them into second place on goal difference.

In other games on Sunday, Tiger FC ravaged KhmerDev 9-1, while PSE and Anvaya Sporting Club ran out a thrilling 5-5 draw. There are five rounds left until the play-offs begin on October 20.

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