Myanmar beat Guam 8-0 in AFC Women’s Asian Cup Qualifiers

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Myanmar women player July Kyaw (No 8) dribbled past the Guam defender during AFC Women’s Asian Cup 2022 Qualifiers at Spartak Stadium in Kyrgyzstan on 21 October. PHOTO: MFF

Myanmar women’s national football team is nearly advancing to a place at the AFC Women’s Asian Cup 2022 thanks to an 8-0 win over Guam in the Qualifiers played yesterday at Spartak Stadium in Kyrgyzstan.
Myanmar shining striker Win Theingi Tun scored double goals in the match to show up the team is stronger than ever in Asia.
Myanmar head coach U Tin Myint Aung prepared his squad well for the match with a mixed lineup of veteran players and youth stars.
A previous 4-0 win over Lebanon on Monday makes higher team spirit shape a big victory over Team Guam.
Myanmar striker Win Theingi Tun scored an icebreaker at the 4-minute mark.
Next, Khin Mar Lar Tun scored the second goal at 14 minutes and Win Theingi Tun made the third goal for her team at 37 minutes.
Myanmar collected three straight goals at the end of the first half.
The second half saw a better and energetic play of team Myanmar.
Khin Mo Mo Tun scored the fourth goal at 50 minutes and youth star San Thaw Thaw scored fifth and sixth at 54 and 81 minutes.
Pont Pont Pyae Maung made the seventh goal at 90 minutes and the eighth and final goal was scored by youth player July Kyaw at 90+4 minutes (injury time).
With the big win, team Myanmar is currently in a good shape to go in the final stage of the AFC Women’s Asian Cup 2022. —GNLM

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