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Myanmar suffer 0-4 loss to Tajikistan in AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers

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Myanmar team Captain Lwin Moe Aung (white) attempts to pass through Tajikistan’s defence line during their 3rd round of Asian Cup Qualifiers group match at Dolen Omurzakov Stadium in Tajikistan on 8 June 2022.  PHOTO: MFF

Myanmar men’s national football team faced a 0-4 loss against Tajikistan team in the group match of 3rd round of Asian Cup Qualifiers at Dolen Omurzakov Stadium in Tajikistan yesterday.
Head coach Anthoine Hey used a 5-4-1 lineup format to face Tajikistan.
Tajikistan also started with a full complement of key players, with Mabatshoev taking the lead in the ninth minute with a powerful shot amidst the Myanmar defenders within 18 yards.
In the 38th minute of the match, Aung Kaung Mhan scored from Lwin Moe Aung’s pass but missed the chance.
Tajikistan took a 1-0 lead at the end of the first half as the Myanmar team lost the most chances of retaliation.
In the first half, the Myanmar team played well and made some counter-attacks, but in the second half, they were allowed to concede goals through mistakes.
Myanmar Defender Soe Moe Kyaw was sent off in the 53rd minute after receiving a red card and the Myanmar team faced challenges with only 10-players.
In the 56th minute, Dzhalilov scored the second goal from the penalty spot. In the 57th minute, Mabatshoev scored the third goal with a close header. In the 84th minute, Panshanbe scored the fourth goal with an 18-yard long-range shot for Tajikistan.
Team Myanmar will face host Kyrgyzstan on 11 June, and Singapore on 14 June. — GNLM

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