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Bassac ride the waves at head of Anvaya League

Bassac ride the waves at head of Anvaya League

Bassac FC, without top scorer Benjamin Legrande, soaked up the pressure to stay top of the 2013 Anvaya League on Sunday after a 2-0 win over Tiger FC on a flooded Mekong University field.

Second-placed Victory FC, meanwhile, also remained unbeaten by completing a late comeback to edge Anvaya Sporting Club 4-3 in their highly anticipated clash.

In Sunday’s morning kick-off, PSE condemned Red Cowboys to yet another hefty defeat, with Nhep Roatha pocketing four in their 7-1 rout. The concluding fixture saw PPIA smash KhmerDev 9-1.

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