FIFA World Cup Qualifiers: Myanmar face 0-4 loss to Tajikistan

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Myanmar team players (red) try to block the attack of Tajikistan team striker Samiev Shahom (white) during their Group F World Cup Qualifier at Yanmar Stadium in Osaka on 15 June 2021. Photo: JFA

Myanmar national football team suffered a 0-4 loss to Tajikistan football team in the World Cup Qualifiers Group F match, played yesterday at Yanmar Stadium in Nagai, Osaka, Japan.
Myanmar lined up with goalkeeper Sann Sat Naing, Zaw Ye Tun, David Htan, Thein Than Win, Hlaing Bo Bo, Lwin Moe Aung, Maung Maung Win, Win Naing Tun, Captain Maung Maung Lwin, Ye Min Thu and Suan Lam Mang.
Myanmar played tough in the kick-off, but the team players could not change their opportunities into goals.
Over a free-kick, Komoro Tursunov scored an icebreaker for Tajikistan at 34 minute-mark. The goal pushed team Myanmar to play quicker and harsher, but Tajikistan stayed in the defence line to maintain the 1-0 win in the first half.
The second half saw a better play of Tajikistan.
Manuchekr Dzhalilov scored the second goal for Tajikistan at 54 minute-mark.
After 2-0, the team spirit was increased and that made team Myanmar play harder.
At 78 minute-mark, Sheriddin Boboev scored the third goal for Tajikistan, and the fourth goal came up with the fast action of Shahrom Samiev at 87 minute-mark.
The 4-0 win was enough for the team Tajikistan to win a chance of advancing to the final round of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Qualifiers. — GNLM

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