SEA Games Women’s Futsal: Myanmar faces 0-4 loss to Thailand

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A Myanmar team player (white) prepares to kick the ball at the SEA Games women’s futsal group match against Thailand at Nam Gymnasium in Viet Nam on 17 May. PHOTO: MFF

Myanmar and Thailand competed in the 31st SEA Games Women’s Futsal Tournament at Nam Gymnasium in Viet Nam yesterday, and the Myanmar team lost 0-4 to team Thailand.
Myanmar team came out with main players including goalkeeper Khaing Hnin Thant, Khin Mar Lin, Khin Pyae Lin, Hnin Sanda Hlaing, and Nan May Thazin.
In the first half, the Thai team had the advantage and Aye Aye Htwe scored the Myanmar team goal in the 7th minute.
Huajaipetch scored in the 9th and 17th minutes to give Thailand a three-goal lead at the end of the first half.
In the second half, the Thai team got a chance to take a penalty kick but failed to score.
In the 24th minute, Nan May Thazin scored another own goal, and the Thai team won by four goals at the end of the match.
The Myanmar team will play a final group match against the Malaysia team on 19 May.
In the other group match, yesterday’s hosts Viet Nam beat Malaysia 4-1. — Ko Nyi Lay/GNLM

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