Ayeyawady leads U-21 Myanmar National League

Ayeyawady United U-21 squad seen at the YUSC Stadium.  Photo: YUFC
Ayeyawady United U-21 squad seen at the YUSC Stadium.  Photo: YUFC

The Ayeyawady United U-21 team is currently leading the 2020 edition of the U-21 Myanmar National League, with a no-loss record in the Week-10 of the tourney, according to yesterday’s statement released by the MNL.
Of the 9 matches it has played, Ayeyawady has won eight and conceded to one draw to secure 25 points.
Next to Ayeyawady is Yandanarbon with two points less than Ayeyawady, with seven wins, two losses and one draw in ten matches played.
Meanwhile, the Institute of Sports and Physical Education (ISPE) FC is in third place with a point under Yadanarbon FC.
Next, Shan United FC is in the fourth place with 21 points from seven wins, and two losses and Myawady FC is fifth on the standing table with the same point with Shan United but with goal differences.
Chin Land FC is in the sixth place with six wins, one draw, and three losses, and Yangon United is in the seventh place with five wins, three draws, and two losses.
There are 19 teams competing in the tourney, and Mawyawadi FC is currently at the bottom with 1 point from no wins and one draw result.
Owing to the matriculations exam being held across Myanmar this month, the fixture of University FC and Magwe U-21 FC was shifted to 8 April, according to the organizers of the league. —Lynn Thit (Tgi)

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