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Cambodia struggle at Homeless World Cup

Cambodia struggle at Homeless World Cup

Team Cambodia suffered two setbacks in the 2010 Homeless World Cup in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro Wednesday, going down 8-2 to Namibia and 7-4 to Croatia in secondary stage group matches. Hosts Brazil, meanwhile, took firm control of the elite group with stunning 3-1 and 8-2 victories over past winners Ukraine and prolific scoring Ghana respectively. Chile produced the day's biggest win with a 14-1 thumping of Luxembourg, while Poland pulled off a slender 5-4 win over Russia in a fiercely contested game. Ireland's 8-4 victory over Italy was one of the highlights of the tournament’s fourth day of action.

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