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Anvaya League conjures up contrasting contests

Anvaya League conjures up contrasting contests

The second round of the 2013 Anvaya Cup played out at the Mekong University fields on Sunday featuring a fiercely fought draw, two close results and a one-sided affair with an outrageous scoreline.

In the opening match, PSE stood up to a combative encounter against Anvaya Sporting Club to end the tie locked at 2-2. Bassac FC then rounded up the Red Cowboys for an 18-0 massacre to confirm their tag as tournament favourites.

Tiger FC edged Khmer Dev 3-2 before Victory, playing with just nine men throughout, managed to outclass PPIA 2-1.

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