Cambodia saw their run at the AFF U16 Youth Championships in Vientiane come to an end on Saturday with a 4-0 thumping from high-fliers Singapore. Cambodia ended up fourth, on four points, in the five-team Group B table, which Myanmar topped with 10 points. Singapore, who grabbed the runners up spot with nine points, also progressed to tonight’s semifinals. Reigning champions Vietnam missed out with six points, while the Philippines wrapped up a miserable campaign, having lost all four group games. In Group A, Thailand and Laos advanced to the knockout stage, with the hosts pushed into second on goal difference. Today’s semis at the New Laos National Stadium see Thailand face Singapore while two-time winners Myanmar come up against Laos. The third-place playoff and the grand final are on Wednesday.
Cambodia slide out of U16 tourney in Laos
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