Hà Nội are unbeaten in nine matches and since the second leg of the season kicked off, the capital side have surged up the rankings to second place, only two points behind Viettel.
Many athletes, coaches and people involved in sport have joined the ‘Thank you’ charity drive to support medical staff who are fighting the COVID-19 outbreak.
Following some late drama, Hà Nội FC defeated Altyn Asyr of Turkmenistan 3-2 in the first leg of the Asian Football Confederation Cup Inter-Zone semi-finals yesterday.
Nghiêm has been banned for two matches after a verbal altercation with referee Vũ Phúc Hoan in the previous game between Hà Nội and Sanna Khánh Hoà on Saturday.
Becamex Bình Dương vs Hà Nội FC will be the focus of the V.League 1’s round eight as they have together won the national premier league title for eight times.