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Wonder boy Chan Vathanaka lauded for a last-gasp leveller

Wonder boy Chan Vathanaka lauded for a last-gasp leveller

The inaugural Tiger National Futsal Championship concluded at the Beeline Arena on Saturday with Ramar FC grabbing the title after a 1-0 win over Phnom Penh Crown in a thrilling final.

In the semi-finals, Ramar overcame Khmer Super Red 6-4 while Crown got past Khmer Hearts 3-1.

In the third place play-off contested before the final, Khmer Super Red edged out Khmer Hearts 5-4.

As many as 32 teams took part in the six-day tournament which was sponsored by Tiger Beer, who brought the Tiger Street Football world series to Cambodia in March.

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