Myanmar team to play friendly matches against Hong Kong on 21 and 24 September

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Myanmar National Team players take their special training ahead of the international friendly match against host Hong Kong.  PHOTO: MFF

The Myanmar national team and the Hong Kong national team will play warm-up matches in the September international week designated by the World Football Federation (FIFA).
The friendly matches will be held on 21 and 24 September.
The first match will be played behind closed doors at 6:30 pm Myanmar Standard Time on 21 September, the second match will be played on 24 September and fans will be allowed to watch.
The Myanmar national team started preparing for the friendly match against the Hong Kong national team on the morning of 16 September with 25 preliminary players, 21 players of whom were selected.
The Myanmar national team left Yangon on the morning of 18 September, with head coach Anthony Haye taking 21 players including goalkeeper Kyaw Zin Phyo, Defender David Htan, Midfielder Hlaing Bo Bo, and Striker Win Naing Tun.
Team Myanmar and the Hong Kong national team are playing for the second time this year. In May, they played a training match in Thailand to a goalless draw. — Ko Nyi Lay/GNLM

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