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Svay Rieng forward Dzarma Bata (left) grabs the nose of Kirivong Sok Sen Chey defender Nhim Sovanara
Svay Rieng forward Dzarma Bata (left) grabs the nose of Kirivong Sok Sen Chey defender Nhim Sovanara Sreng Meng Srun

Nasal combatant

Svay Rieng forward Dzarma Bata (left) grabs the nose of Kirivong Sok Sen Chey defender Nhim Sovanara as they tussle during their MCL game at Olympic Stadium yesterday.

Reinging champions Svay Rieng were in formidable form, tearing apart their opposition for a 9-0 annihilation.

Nigerian hotshot Bata headlined with five goals, Prak Mony Odom grabbed a brace, while Nob Tola and Samoeurn Pidor added on a piece.

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