Metfone Cambodian League – Week-19 Results

Nagaworld defeated Soltilo Angkor 2-0 in an away league encounter at the Siem Reap Stadium, with the goals coming through Bisan George. Both sides played out a goalless draw in the first half before Nagaworld’s Nigerian forward bagged a second-half brace to seal three vital points for Coach Meas Channa’s side.

Phnom Penh Crown secured a hard-earned three points following a narrow 1-0 win over G.C National Police despite the opponents’ dominance. Cambodia U22 forward Brak Thiva netted the only goal of the match in the twelfth minute of the play to grab an away win in a tough match at the National Olympic Stadium.

Ministry of National Defense were held to a disappointing 2-2 draw by Visakha at home, meaning that their league title race this season is very likely over. The home side took two goals lead thanks to Na Hyosung’s brace, with the forward opening the scoring in the thirty-fourth minute before bagging his second goal in the second half. Visakha scored two quick goals within three minutes through Cheo Myong Ho and Ri Hyok Chol to secure a point.

Electricite Du Cambodge thrashed Western Phnom Penh 3-1 to likely survive in the Metfone Cambodian League thanks to their attacking duo Phany Y Ratha and Mat Noron. Electricite Du Cambodge were in front through Phanny Y Ratha’s opener in the thirty-ninth minute before Mat Noron doubled Coach Prak Vuthy’s side lead in the stoppage time of the first half. Yuspen Uopdana pulled one back for Western Phnom Penh just two minutes into the second half before Mat Noron bagged his second goal of the match to snatch all three points for Electricite Du Cambodge.

Angkor Tiger keep their unbeaten league run in six consecutive matches with three wins and three draws after they played out a 0-0 draw with Asia Euro United at their Siem Reap Stadium.

Boeung Ket secured their three needed points following a tough 1-0 away victory over Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng at the Svay Rieng Stadium. The defending champions tried to throw everything at the home side in search for goal and success to boost their title race as they sit in the second place with two points away from league leaders Nagaworld. Oiboh Julius netted the only goal of the match after receiving a low cross to snatch a hard-earned win.