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AEU heading back to MCL with 2-0 victory

AEU heading back to MCL with 2-0 victory

Asia Europe University grabbed their ‘Get Out Of Jail Free’ card to return to the Metfone C-League by taking the remaining promotional place from Division A1 with a 2-0 play-off win over Angkor United yesterday at Olympic Stadium.

Soeuy Visal and Sary Matnorodin struck either side of halftime to down the hopes of their Takeo-based rivals.

In the later game, TriAsia Phnom Penh put the gloss on their promotion-winning campaign with a 2-0 victory against a sullen Senate Secretariat.

Sok Chanraksmey scored for the third play-off game in succession while Japanese player Fhimifu Yato also found the net for TriAsia.

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