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Thailand face Vietnam in U19 tourney finale

Thailand face Vietnam in U19 tourney finale

Two-time champions Thailand take on 2007 winners Vietnam in the final of the 2011 AFF U19 Championship today in Yangon. The sides, who had won their semifinals against Myanmar and Malaysia respectively by the same 2-1 scoreline on Monday, will kickoff for the tournament trophy at 6:10pm at the Thuwunna Stadium, while the losing semifinalists will play for third place in a playoff match at 3:30pm. Vietnam’s Nguyen Xuan Nam is leading the scoring charts from the two-week event with six goals.

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