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Cambodia end with win in AFF U19 tournament

Cambodia end with win in AFF U19 tournament

Cambodia ended their AFF U19 Championship run in Indonesia on Tuesday with a rousing 3-2 victory over Singapore at the Petrokimia Stadium in Gresik, East Java.

A second-half blitz saw Nub Tola put Cambodia ahead, only for strikes by Singaporeans Muhammad Muhelmy and Muhammad Hazim Faiz to turn the tables.

However, an equaliser by Neth Veasna and an 83rd-minute winner from Nub Tola meant the Kingdom’s men returned home from Indonesia third in the five-team Group A with two victories to their name.

East Timor edged the Philippines 2-1 at Delta Stadium in Sidoarjo on Tuesday to finish top of the group and will progress to tomorrow’s semi-finals along with second placed Laos.

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