ISPE team clinches title in Myanmar Women’s League 2022

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ISPE team players celebrate the victory as they win the Myanmar Women’s League 2022. PHOTO: Thaw Gyi

In the final week of the 2022 Myanmar Women’s League, the 14th Match was played on 27 November in three venues, and ISPE won the championship.
On the last day, the ISPE team defeated the Myawady team by 2-0. Sport and Physical Education Department team beat Taninthayi team by 3-0, and YREO beat Young Lionesses 2-1.
In the final match for the championship, the current champion ISPE defeated Myawady and clinched the title. The ISPE team won the championship with the same score as the Thitsar Arman team, but with a better goal difference.
Since it was the final match for the championship, the ISPE team came out with a full set of strong players, and the Myawady team played the best response because if they won this match, they would get the second place.
Both teams were able to attack each other, but were unable to capitalize on their opportunities, resulting in a goal at the end of the first half.
The goal was scored through a penalty kick by Hsu Pyae Pyae Kyaw near the end of the first half.
The ISPE team, which started to score near the end of the first half, gained morale and forced to play in the second half. The second goal for the ISPE team was scored in the 49th minute by Hsu Pyae Pyae Kyaw.
After the competition, the ISPE won 10 games in 12 games, one draw, and one loss with a score of 31 points. Next, Thitsar Arman bagged second with 31 points and Myawady team finished third with 26 points.
Sports and Physical Education Department gained 18 points and stood fourth and YREO and Young Lionesses garnered nine points each but Taninthayi team had no point with all losses.
Thitsar Arman missed out on the championship title due to goal difference.—Ko Nyi Lay/GNLM ISPE team players celebrate the victory as they win the Myanmar Women’s League 2022. PHOTO: Thaw Gyi

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