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Bassac, Victory blaze trails in Anvaya league

Bassac, Victory blaze trails in Anvaya league

Gameweek 4 of the 2013 Anvaya League played out at the Mekong University Field on Sunday, with Bassac and Victory FC retaining their unbeaten starts to the competition. In the first game, Victory misfired on numerous occasions but still managed to shoot down the Red Cowboys 5-2 with Bun Sokha netting a hat-trick.

Anvaya Sporting Club then breezed past KhmerDev 5-1, as Bassac cemented their place at the league summit with a 3-0 win over PPIA. Bassac hotshot Benjamin Le Grand added two more goals to his account for the season, which now stands at a commanding 16.

The concluding fixture saw PSE edge Tiger 3-2 in an unexpectedly fiery encounter. Games continue next Sunday, with the knockout rounds slated to start October 20.

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