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Cambodia come close but fail to make semis

Cambodia come close but fail to make semis

Cambodia slumped out at the group stage of the AFF U19 Championships yet again on Saturday as Malaysia completed a 6-0 rout of the Philippines in Yangon to grab the crucial second qualifying spot behind Thailand in Group A. Cambodia, who have yet to make the semifinals in four attempts, took third place ahead of Singapore and the Philippines. In today’s semi-finals at Thuwunna Stadium,  Thailand clash with hosts Myanmar at 3:30pm while Malaysia take on Group B-toppers Vietnam at 6:10pm. The playoff for third place and the grand final are slated for Wednesday.

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