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Knockout blow

Knockout blow


Cambodian players Lay Raksmey (left) and Chan Rithy (right) compete for the ball with Indonesia's Firman Utina  during their Group A Suzuki Cup match in Jakarta on Sunday night. Indonesia won 4-0 to end Cambodia's hopes of advancing to the semifinals of the Asean Football Federation tournament. Cambodia, who lost 0-5 to Singapore on Friday, play their last match against Myanmar on Tuesday night. Singapore knocked Myanmar out the competition earlier Sunday and will join Indonesia and the two best teams from Group B in the semifinals.


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