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Myanmar U-20 girls’ team play friendly match with Japan’s U-14 boys’ team

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Myanmar U-20 female player (green) tries to pass the ball against JFA Academy Fukushima U-14 players in the friendly match in Japan on 23 May 2023. PHOTO: MFF

Myanmar U-20 girls’ football team played a friendly match against Japan’s Academy Fukushima U-14 boys’ football team in Japan yesterday.
The friendly match was divided into three halves of 30 minutes, and the JFA U-14 team scored 3-0 in the first half, and 1-0 in the second half of the game, and it was a scoreless draw in the third half of the match.
The JFA Academy Fukushima U-14 team played against team Myanmar with a good compromise as it is a strong team from a powerful Asian football country.
Team Myanmar learned from the strengths of the JFA Academy Fukushima U-14 team in the first half of the game and stopped them in the rest of the game and played with fewer goals in the second and third halves of the game.
JFA Academy Fukushima is one of the academies managed by the Japan Football Association, and players are selected from all over Japan.
Uki Tetsuro, the technical adviser of the Myanmar women’s national team, said that whenever the Japanese women’s national team trains to strengthen their power play, they often test friendly matches with the JFA Academy Fukushima U-14 team.
The Myanmar girls’ squad will stay and train at the J Village National Training Center in Fukushima until 27 May, according to the Myanmar Football Federation. — KZL

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