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Cambodian women are thrashed by Thailand

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Cambodian women are thrashed by Thailand.

Cambodian women are thrashed by Thailand

Defending champions Thailand unleashed their devastating firepower in a 11-0 thrashing of Cambodia in the AFF Women’s Football Championship to top Group A at the Bumi Sriwijaya Stadium in Palembang, Indonesia, on Wednesday.

Seven players got on the score sheet for Thailand. Nidhamrong led the charge with four goals and Rattikan bagged a brace.

Five others accounted for a goal each Cambodia face the mighty Australia on Friday.

Elsewhere in Indonesia, Cambodia’s young bloods went down 2-0 to Malaysia in the AFF U19 Championship in Gerisik.

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