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February, 28 2014 14:00:00

Ha Noi 1 leads in women's football championship

Nguyen Thi Muon scored twice to help Ha Noi 1 beat Thai Nguyen. — Photo dantri

HA NOI (VNS) — Defending champions Ha Noi 1 defeated Thai Nguyen 3-0 to take the lead in the National Women's Football Championship's first leg in HCM City's Thong Nhat Stadium, yesterday.

Nguyen Thi Muon scored two goals for Ha Noi 1 in the eighth and 59th minutes, while Nguyen Thi Hoa hit another goal in the 45th minute.

In another match, Viet Nam Coal and Mineral defeated bottom-ranked team Ha Noi 2 by 5-0.

Ha Noi 1 temporarily took the lead with seven points, followed by Phong Phu Ha Nam and Viet Nam Coal and Mineral with four points each.

Today, the host, HCM City, will play against Phong Phu Ha Nam. — VNS

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