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Hung Thinh Friendly Football Tournament: India go down to Vietnam 0-3

Updated on: 28 September,2022 08:00 AM IST  |  Ho Chi Minh City
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Phan Van Duc (10th), Nguyen Van Toan (49th) and Nguyen Van Quyet (70th) scored for Vietnam to no reply from the Indians whose defenders had a mediocre outing, especially in the second half

Hung Thinh Friendly Football Tournament: India go down to Vietnam 0-3

Indian football team captain Sunil Chhetri dribbles during the Hung Thinh friendly football tournament match between India and Vietnam, at Thong Nhat Stadium in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Pic/PTI


India suffered a 0-3 thrashing at the hands of a higher-ranked Vietnam in the second and final match of the Hung Thinh Friendly Football Tournament here on Tuesday.


It was a reality check for the 104th ranked Indians after three convincing wins in June in the Asian Cup qualifiers and a 1-1 draw against Singapore in this tournament on Saturday as they were literally outplayed by the 97th ranked Vietnam in the second half. Phan Van Duc (10th), Nguyen Van Toan (49th) and Nguyen Van Quyet (70th) scored for Vietnam to no reply from the Indians whose defenders had a mediocre outing, especially in the second half.



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The Indians, however, were on equal terms in the first half only to be blown away in the second session. Vietnam won the tournament with two wins.

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