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July, 24 2014 15:12:47

Viet Nam beat Myanmar in futsal event

Viet Nam team. — Photo bongdaplus

HA NOI (VNS) — Viet Nam beat Myanmar 4-0 in the second match of the sixth edition of the Hangzhou International Futsal Tournament in China yesterday. That Phi, Van Vu, Thanh Dat and Long Vu scored goals in the 23rd, 34th, 35th and 37th minute of the match.

In another match, Iranian junior futsal players defeated China 6-1.

On Tuesday, Viet Nam beat Iran 8-3 and China beat Myanmar 5-0.

Today, Viet Nam will meet China and Myanmar will play Iran.

Futsal players from China, Iran, Myanmar and Viet Nam are participating in the three-day event. — VNS

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