The Fox Sport Asia website has named Vietnamese midfielder Nguyen Quang Hai as one of the top five players in the fifth qualifier round of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup 2019.
not scoring during the match against Cambodia’s NagaWorld, Hai put on an
impressive performance in the 5-1 win of his team. His dominance in midfield
allowed Hanoi FC to control the game.
After five matches, Hanoi FC have three wins, one draw and one loss to progress
to the knock-out stages of the competition. The Vietnamese club will face
Tampines Rovers of Singapore in the next round.
The rest of the top five consists of Jordan's Mantah of Kaya FC-Iloilo FC, Marc
Klok of PMS Makassar FC, Bienvenido Maranon of Ceres-Negros FC, and Maung Maung
Lwin of Yangon United FC.
Vietnamese star runner Quach Thi Lan has wrapped up the 2019 Asian Grand Prix Series with success, as she bagged two gold medals in the women’s 400m from the two-leg event in Chongqing, China.
Forward Nguyen Cong Phuong missed from the spot as Vietnam lost 4-5 in the penalty shootout against Curacao in their 2019 King’s Cup final at Chang Arena in Buriram, Thailand on June 8.
Vietnam’s U-23 team won over Myanmar 2-0 in a friendly match at the Viet Tri stadium in the northern province of Phu Tho on June 7th.
Vietnam’s football team secured its win at the last minute of the added time of an opener against Thailand of the football King’s Cup 2019 on June 5 after a header by forward Anh Duc following a corner kick by midfielder Xuan Truong found the net of its arch rival.
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