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PKR squeeze through to another 2012 cup final

PKR squeeze through to another 2012 cup final

Striker Tum Saray scored a dramatic 84th-minute winner against Vietnamese hosts Binh Phuoc yesterday to send Preah Khan Reach to the final of the 2012 Binh Phuoc TV Cup Invitational Football Championship.

The Cambodian club, who won their premier domestic competition, the Samdech Hun Sen Cup, earlier this year, will face U21 Hanoi T&T, who beat the Laos U21 team 2-1 in the other semi-final yesterday.

The finalists drew 3-3 in their previous meeting last week during the group stage, and will face off for the trophy and the $4,000 winners’ cheque from 3pm tomorrow at the Dong Xoai field in Binh Phuoc.

Meanwhile, the losing semi-finalists have been awarded joint third in the annual friendly tournament.

To contact the reporter on this story: Ung Chamroeun at [email protected]

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