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March, 14 2014 14:55:00

Viet Nam U19 hold Coventry City

Viet Nam U19 play Coventry City U19 in the third friendly match in the UK yesterday. – Photo vff.org.vn

HA NOI (VNS) — Viet Nam U19 tied with Coventry City U19 1-1 in the third friendly match in the UK yesterday.

Vu Van Thanh opened the score for Viet Nam in the 10th minute. However, the hosts levelled the score 16 minutes later.

As planned, Viet Nam will meet Tottenham U19 on March 18 and Wolverhampton U19 on March 20 before going to Belgium, the next leg of their European tour.

In their first friendly match, Viet Nam beat Arsenal 3-0 and tied with Wimbledon U19 2-2 in the second match. — VNS







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