- End of Binh Duong Televison International Football Cup- Number 1 Cup: Binh Duong successfully defended their title16:00 | 04/11/2013
Winning 1-0 over U-23 Viet Nam, Go Dau hosts have officially defended their title of BTV Cup.
U-23 Viet Nam enters games decisively against B.Binh Duong. Within first 20 minutes of the 1st half, the white missed three easy chances.
In 5th minute, Van Quyet in the left wing received ball, then the captain passed two opponents, Vu Minh Tuan took the ball then faced with Tan Truong, unluckily Minh Tuan failed to defeat B.Binh Duong’s goalkeeper.
U-23 Viet Nam continued creating chances, but all were missed by Van Thang, Van Quyet and Ha Minh Tuan. Thousands of football fans on Go Dau’s standings seemed to be excitingly. B.Binh Duong gradually took their state back after being overwhelmed. Trong Hoang, Anh Duc and Abass from B.Binh Duong failed to score too.
Entering the second half, U-23 Viet Nam’s physical strength seemed to be down. In such case, Anh Duc, Van Hoang, Van Binh, Dinh Luat, Trong Hoang, Tien Thanh,…who have been joining in national team for a long time should apply their experiences. The white is weaker in direct ball Not only mid-fielder Thanh Hao, but also Quang Hung, Vu Minh Tuan and Van Quyet respectively sustained from crash with opponents.
After missed chances, B.Binh Duong finally scored a goal in 87th minute, striker Abass lead ball in penalty area then Tang Tuan was given chance to defeat goalkeeper Nguyen Manh. In last minutes, U-23 Viet Nam played hard with more than 1 player however no equalising was scored. B.Binh Duong won the champions title of this tournament. After BTV Cup 2013, U-23 Viet Nam will have 5 days off then they will regather on November 9th.
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