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Crown and NagaWorld win big in Hun Sen Cup

Crown and NagaWorld win big in Hun Sen Cup

Big scoreline wins for Phnom Penh Crown and NagaWorld marked the midweek Hun Sen Cup action as 2014 winners Police were surprisingly held to a 3-3 draw by the visiting Svay Rieng Province.

In a glaring mismatch, NagaWorld steamrolled Kratie 16-1 at Olympic Stadium. Taking the pitch after this goal-glut, Police were looking for a trouble-free outing against Svay Rieng.

But that was not the case for the cops, instead the sides shared six goals. One of the C-League strugglers, CMAC United beat Kampong Speu 8-3 at the Army Stadium.

Playing on their home pitch, Western Phnom Penh were too good for Kampot 9-1 and, in the only fixture featuring two provincial teams, Siem Reap Angkor smashed visiting Preah Vihear 11-0.

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