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September, 17 2013 14:00:00

Viet Nam top U19 tourney

Viet Nam defeated Myanmar 3-1 yesterday, topping Group B at the ASEAN Under-19 Football Championships in Surabaya, Indonesia.— Photo TTO

HA NOI (VNS)— Viet Nam defeated Myanmar 3-1 yesterday, topping Group B at the ASEAN Under-19 Football Championships in Surabaya, Indonesia.

The team's four victories earned a total of 12 points and secured a place in the semi-final round.

Viet Nam will play Brunei in the final match.

The regional tournament attracts 11 teams across two groups. The top two teams in each category will face off in the semi-finals. – VNS

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