Hun Sen Cup opening day sees feast of goals

Hun Sen Cup opening day sees feast of goals

There was a feast of goals on the opening day of the 2015 Hun Sen Cup group stage at Bati’s National Football Training Centre when Groups A and B kicked off yesterday.

Holders National Police saw off Tbong Khmum Province 7-0, while Albirex Niigata humbled Kratie 10-0. The game between TriAsia Phnom Penh and Kirivong Sok Sen Chey, the standout clash of the day, finished 1-1 in Group B, while Metfone C League side Build Bright United beat Kampot 5-0.

Boeung Ket Angkor, in “group of death” Group C alongside MCL rivals Phnom Penh Crown and National Defence, will be aiming for a good start when they play Battambang at 3:30pm. MCL champions Phnom Penh Crown will have a tough test when they meet National Defence in the other Group C clash.

Group D clashes will see Naga Corp against Prey Veng Province, while Apsara Authority (Siem Reap) meet Group D favourites Svay Rieng FC.

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