Ayeyawady United stands first after MNL Week-15

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Ayeyawady United’s Victor (No. 42) vies for the ball against ISPE youth player Zaw Moon Aung (No.10) during their MNL Week-15 match played at Yangon United Sports Complex on 12 September 2020. Photo:MNL

Ayeyawady United is currently standing in the first place after thirteen matches played with one loss and 33 points earned after the Week-15 games of the Myanmar National League, according to the statement with the MNL yesterday.
Following Ayeyawady United, Hantharwady United is standing in the second place with eleven wins, and two losses from thirteen matches played.
The team took the place of former first place sitter Hantarwady United in this week with the same points but with goal differences.
In the third place of the table former champion team, Yangon United has garnered 29 points after playing thirteen matches of nine wins, two draws and two losses.
Next defending champions Shan United FC is sitting in the fourth place with earning 29 points of nine wins, two draws and two losses from thirteen matches played.
Rakhine United is in the fifth place of the standing table with earning 17 points of five wins, two draws and six losses after thirteen matches played.
In the meantime, Yadanarbon United is taking the sixth place position with 13 points of three wins, four draws and six losses after thirteen matches played. Ten teams are participating in the tourney, and Southern Myanmar FC is currently in the bottom place with no win. —Lynn Thit (Tgi)

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