Myanmar National League II: Silver Stars beat Yaw Myay FC by 4-3

A Silver Stars FC player (yellow) tries to block the ball during a Myanmar National League II match against Yaw Myay FC, held yesterday at the Padonmar Stadium in Yangon.  Photo: MNL
A Silver Stars FC player (yellow) tries to block the ball during a Myanmar National League II match against Yaw Myay FC, held yesterday at the Padonmar Stadium in Yangon.  Photo: MNL

Silver Stars FC secured a 4-3 victory against Yaw Myay FC in their Myanmar National League II match yesterday at the Padonmar Stadium in Yangon.
Silver Stars started the match with some backseat players, while Yaw Myay FC lined up with main players. Silver Stars landed their opening goal at 11 minutes. The goal was scored by Chit Hla Aung.
Yaw Myay got a penalty at 42 minutes, and the penalty was successfully kicked by Tin HtooAung, equalizing the score.
At 45 minutes, Yaw Myay player Saw Al Tar Taw scored another goal for the team, taking the score to 2-1, and the first half ended with Yaw Myay leading by one goal.
Silver Stars changed their tactics in the second half, with Ye Thiha scoring a goal for the team at 52 minutes.
Silver Stars soon netted their third goal at 61 minutes. The goal was scored by OkkarSoe.
But, at 76 minutes, Yaw Myay equalled the score once again. The goal for the team was secured by Aung Ko Ko Tun.
With the score reaching 3-3, both teams stepped up efforts to take the lead.
At 85 minutes, Okkar Soe scored the winning goal for Silver Stars, and the match ended with the team winning by one goal. —Lynn Thit (Tgi)

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