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May, 15 2014 09:32:12

Ha Noi T&T in AFC Cup quarters

HA NOI (VNS) — Ha Noi T&T crushed Myanmar's Nay Pyi Taw 5-0 to storm into the quarterfinals of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup at Ha Noi's Hang Day Stadium yesterday.

Trinidad&Tobago's Hector Hughton Kerin opened the score in the 35th minute and Nigerian-born Hoang Vu Samson netted the ball in the 35th to help the Hanoian team end the first half with a 2-0 lead.

In the second half, Thach Bao Khanh, Samson and Pham Thanh Luong found the net to compete an emphatic victory for the hosts.

On Tuesday, Vissai Ninh Binh also reached the quarter-final of the AFC Cup with a 4-2 win over India's Churchill Brothers. — VNS


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