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March, 10 2014 15:33:00

Sanna Khanh Hoa and Thai Son Bac reach semi-finals of Futsal Championship

 

Thai Son Bac players vie the ball with Kim Toan Da Nang. Thai Son Bac won 5-2. — Photo vff.org.vn

HA NOI (VNS) — Sanna Khanh Hoa and Thai Son Bac have entered the semi-finals of the 2014 National Futsal Football Championship in HCM City yesterday.

The Championship has 10 teams participating and will continue until March 15.

In the fourth match of Group B, Thai Son Bac easily defeated Kim Toan Da Nang 5-2, while Sanna Khanh Hoa vanquished Tan Hiep Hung 5-4.

Today, Sanatech Khanh Hoa will play against An Phuoc Binh Thuan Hospital, and Hoang Thu Da Nang will face Thai Son Nam in Group A.

All the teams are competing in a round-robin format to select two winners for the semi-finals. — VNS

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