Myanmar to play Thailand today in 3rd place match of U-18 Women’s Championship


The third place and final matches of the 2022 ASEAN U-18 Women’s Championship, will be held today in Palembang, Indonesia, and the Myanmar team will play against Thailand in the third-place match.
The third-place match of team Myanmar will be played at 3 pm Myanmar Standard Time and the final match to be played between Viet Nam and Australia will be held at 7:30 pm Myanmar Standard Time. Viet Nam beat Myanmar 4-1 and Australia won Thailand by 1-0 in the semi-final match held on 2 August.
In the match between Australia and Thailand, the game was scoreless until 90 minutes, and the Australian team won in overtime. The Myanmar team tried to reach the finals but lost to Viet Nam in the semi-finals, so they will only have to try for third place. The Thai team won three games in group matches, lose one game, and entered the semi-finals with nine points. Although there is no difference in terms of skill between the Myanmar and Thailand teams, the Myanmar players, who have little international experience, need to play boldly without worrying and grasp the opportunity to win the third prize. — Ko Nyi Lay/GNLM

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