Naing Zin Htet’s hat-trick helps Myawady FC win over Ayeyawady

The second day of the Myanmar National League 2022 Week-9 continued yesterday at the Thuwunna Stadium, where the Myawady FC won against the Ayeyawady United 3-1.
This season, the Myawady FC, which has shown its strength, defeated the Ayeyawady and secured the third place after the first round.
The Myawady FC scored two goals in the first 12 minutes of the game and was able to lead the game, and won with a hat-trick by Naing Zin Htet.
If the Ayeyawady team wins this match, they will be able to stand in third place in the standing table, but they suffered a loss. Both teams used core players from the start.
At the beginning of the game, taking an advantage of the slowness of the Ayeyawady United, the Myawady FC played a high attack, and Naing Zin Htet scored two consecutive goals in the 4th and 12th minutes.
After conceding two goals, the Ayeyawady United tried to equalize and in the 21st minute, defender Zaw Lin scored an equalizer.
In the 55th minute, Naing Zin Htet scored a hat-trick and the third goal for the Myawady FC. The Ayeyawady team tried hard to score one more equalizing goal, but the Myawady goalkeeper Tun Nandar Oo was able to save with skill.
After all the matches of the first round, the Myawady FC scored 18 points while the Ayeyawady scored 14 points.
Rakhine United will take on Mahar United today as the third day match of the Myanmar National League Week-9.—Ko Nyi Lay/GNLM


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