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Crown down visiting Australian U16s 3-2

Crown down visiting Australian U16s 3-2

Phnom Penh Crown U16s beat the Australian U16s 3-2 in a warm-up match before the visitors travel to Myanmar for the upcoming AFF U16 Championship.

Crown went ahead after six minutes at their RSN Stadium with a Yeu Muslim goal from a free-kick. The Australians drew level from John Roberts on 19 minutes.

Mat Sakrovy restored Crown’s lead on the half-hour. Shortly after the break Jacob Italiano headed the Joeys level before Sakrovy bagged the winner from the spot in the 80th minute.

Australia are grouped with hosts Myanmar, Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia and Philippines in Group A. Cambodia are in Group B with Thailand, Timor Leste Laos and Brunei.

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