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Vinh’s goal grabs Vietnam's win over Myanmar at AFF Cup 2016

Updated at Wednesday, 28 Dec 2016, 10:28
The Hanoitimes - Vietnam team secured a 2-1 win for Vietnam over hosts Myanmar in the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Cup’s Group B second match on November 20 in Yangon.
At the AFF Cup’s Group B second match on November 20 in Yangon, Nguyen Van Quyet opened the score 23 minutes. He converted Vietnam’s domination into a lead with his smart goal, driving the ball past Myanmar’s goalie and defenders into the net.
It was again Truong, who threaded a ball through to Quyet who finished with aplomb.
Earlier, Nguyen Van Toan and Tran Dinh Dong were unlucky to see their shots go wide in the early stages of the game.
 Le Cong Vinh’s 50th goal for the national team secured a 2-1 win for Vietnam over hosts Myanmar.
Le Cong Vinh’s 50th goal for the national team secured a 2-1 win for Vietnam over hosts Myanmar.
Myanmar’s only goal was sandwiched between Vietnam’s winners.
With a lot of attempts, Myanmar gradually got some grip on the game and found a hole in Vietnam’s defence.
Aung Thu, who missed a threatening chance minutes after the interval, tried again in the 73rd minute when he was rewarded as his blistering strike swiveled into the goal.
Earlier, Myanmar could have leveled matters just before the break but Win Niang Soe lashed his shot just over the bar after doing well to get into the box.
However, strickek Le Cong Vinh’s 50th goal for the national team secured a 2-1 win for Vietnam over hosts Myanmar in the game.
Luong Xuan Truong kicked off the attack from the centre, passing the ball to attacking midfielder Nguyen Trong Hoang, giving Vinh just enough time to net it from a very close range in the 79th minute. It was Vinh’s 14th goal in the AFF Cup.
In the second match on November 16, Vietnam will play Malaysia who came from behind to beat Cambodia 3-2 in an earlier match of the group, also at Thuwanna Stadium.
Myanmar will play Cambodia in a later game. Both sides must win this match to maintain their chances for the knock-out stage.
In Group A on November 19, Thailand’s Teerasil Dangda scored a hat trick in their 4-2 win over Indonesia at Philippines Sports Stadium in Bocaue city.
Co-hosts the Philippines later played out a goalless draw against Singapore.
Thu Minh
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