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NagaWorld take league revenge on Svay Rieng

NagaWorld take league revenge on Svay Rieng

NagaWorld edged Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng 2-1 at Old Stadium in their Metfone C-League clash on Sunday night.

Naga gained revenge for their loss to Svay Rieng in their meeting in the first half of the season by the same scoreline in Sunday’s only game league.

Sun Sovanrithy scored the opening goal of the match to give Naga the lead before Svay Rieng equalised from a Nen Sotherath penalty.

However, Sovanrithy popped up late to score the winning goal in second half injury time.

The win sees Naga move to third in the table with 24 points, 10 points behind leaders Boeung Ket Angkor.

Svay Rieng remain in fourth spot on 22 points despite the defeat.

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