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Boeung Ket smash in seven past the Army

Boeung Ket smash in seven past the Army

Two-time Metfone C-League champions Boeung Ket Rubber Field looked back to their best with a 7-1 demolition job of Ministry of National Defence on Sunday at Olympic Stadium.

Chukwuma Ohuruogu bagged a brace within the first half-an-hour, and team-mates Khoun Laboravy and Mohammad Tijini added their own doubles in the second half while Yob Romaton also got in on the act.

The result saw the Kampong Thom outfit move to a point off the league leaders Phnom Penh Crown and Naga Corp.

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