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Pinay booters fall short vs Vietnam in AFF semifinals

Pinay booters fall short vs Vietnam in AFF semifinals

26.8.2019

Pinay booters fall short vs Vietnam in AFF semifinals

By Jonas Terrado Game Tuesday (Chonburi, Thailand) 4 p.m. — Myanmar vs Philippines The Philippines couldn’t capitalize on an own goal conceded by Vietnam and lost 2-1 in Sunday’s semifinals of the AFF Women’s Championship at the IPE Chonburi

The Philippines couldn’t capitalize on an own goal conceded by Vietnam and lost 2-1 in Sunday’s semifinals of the AFF Women’s Championship at the IPE Chonburi Stadium 1 in Chonburi, Thailand.

Coach Marnelli Dimson’s squad was relegated to a match against Myanmar on Tuesday for third place while Vietnam faces host Thailand for the crown.

The Philippines came close to a bronze in the 2017 Games held in Malaysia, placing fourth in the six-nation competition.

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