Shan United beat Myawady FC 1-0 to lead MNL table

The first day of the 2022 season of the Myanmar National League week 10 was held yesterday at the Thuwunna stadium where the defending champion Shan United defeated the Myawady team 1-0. With the victory, the Shan United team continued to lead the standing table.
Shan United has been playing a series of tough games since the end of the first round, but they were able to play undefeated and continue to lead at the top.
The Myawady team had the best response against Shan United but lost due to a late goal. The Shan United team made some changes to the starting lineup and used three foreign players at the same time, while the Myawady team competed with the strongest lineup.
Since the first round, the Myawady team, which has been able to play hard against the big teams, was able to respond best to Shan United in this match as well. Team Myawady responded strongly to Shan United and created opportunities to score, but failed to capitalize on them.
Shan United team made a change of players in the second half to score the winning goal, and substitute winger Nanda Kyaw scored the winning goal in the 90th + 2nd minute. After this match, the Shan United team continues to lead with 28 points from 10 games, while the Myawady team is in third place with 18 points from 10 games. On 10 September, Rakhine United will take on Yadanabon FC as a second-day match of the MNL Week-10. — Ko Nyi Lay/GNLM

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