Visakha continue putting pressure on league leader Boeung Ket after securing a 4-2 away win over Asia Euro United at the AEU Sport Park. It’s also a sweet revenge for Coach Hok Sochivorn’s side as they were well beaten 2-0 by the university-based club in their first league meeting of this season.
Angkor Tiger played out a thrilling 1-1 draw with Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng at their Siem Reap Stadium, with both goals from the entertaining draw coming through headers. It’s a box-to-box league clash between both sides that produced a lot of joy for the supporters, while Angkor Tiger coach Oriol Mohedano and Coach Conor Nestor of the visitors shared the same opinion that it was a fair draw.
League leader Boeung Ket are still unbeaten this season after securing their fifth consecutive league victory in a row by defeating newly-promoted Soltilo Angkor 2-1 to earn another three important points, with Coach Hao Socheat stating that it was always hard for his side whenever they faced the Siem Reap-based club.
G.C National Police snatched another three points following a comfortable 4-1 home win over Electricite Du Cambodge. It was the visitors, who took the lead with an early goal, but G.C National Police displayed an outstanding performance to bag four goals with their dominance of the match.
Western Phnom Penh put on a stunning performance to secure their first league point this season following a 3-3 home draw with four-placed Ministry of National Defense. The university-based club took the lead twice, but their hope of bagging their first league win was ended by the Visitors’ stoppage-time equalizer.
Meanwhile, the clash between Nagaworld and Phnom Penh Crown has been rescheduled.
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