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Cambodia’s U19s win as women lose after rout

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Cambodia’s U19s play with Brunei. Supplied

Cambodia’s U19s win as women lose after rout

Cambodia opened their campaign in the AFF U19 football championship in Indonesia on Monday with a 5-0 drubbing of Brunei on the back of Kheang Menghour’s hat-trick and Narong Kakada’s brace.

The Kingdom will face Malaysia on Wednesday in their second Group B encounter. Meanwhile, Cambodia’s women went down to Malaysia 4-0 in Palembang after recording a runaway 12-0 win over Timor-Leste in their AFF opener.

Cambodia take on Thailand on Wednesday in what could be a crucial tie to decide the group qualifiers as four of the five teams in Group B have three points each, with Thailand and Australia having a game in hand.

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