26 October 2017


Phnom Penh: China PR strolled to their second win while Cambodia came from two goals down to score a remarkable 3-2 triumph over Myanmar in Group G of the AFC U-19 Championship 2018 Qualifiers at the National Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh on Thursday.
Having needed a second half stoppage time goal to beat hosts Cambodia on Matchday One, China were in no mood for the same as they beat the Philippines 6-0.
China’s first goal was scored by Xia Ao in the 17th minute after his soft header slipped through the hands of Philippines keeper Quincy Julian Kammeraad.

Liu Ruofan (pictured above) then converted a penalty in the 41st minute before claiming his second with a clinical goal two minutes into time added on.
In the second half, it was Yeerfan Yezimujiang’s (pictured below) turn to steal the spotlight.
He scored in the 53rd minute after having come on only three minutes earlier, easily slotting home China’s fourth goal after winning a one-on-one encounter with keeper Kammeraad.

Yezimujiang found the back of the net again in the 72nd minute, but was ruled offside.
The hardworking forward made amends in the 82nd and 85th minutes, however, when slack defending on the part of the Philippines left him unmarked to seal a hat-trick.
The win means China are on track to seal automatic qualification for the AFC U-19 Championship 2018. They play Myanmar in their final group match on Saturday. 
For the Philippines, it was their second consecutive defeat, having also suffered a 6-0 defeat to Myanmar on Tuesday. 

Jia Xiuquan: China PR head coach
“It was an overall better performance than our first game against Cambodia. Our players are getting better and progressing. This win came about as we adjusted our techniques and perspectives from the first match, and we will continue to do the same in our next match.”
Jose Maria Aberasturi: Philippines head coach
“China were just too strong for us. We tried to hold them, but failed. We lost to a better team today.”


  1. Putang ina nyo!!!
    Mga walang kwenta!!

  2. Mari - zero again . What’s new ? Stupid license A coach . He should be fired ! He is the worst RP coach - get out of PFF . Have some decency . Kapal mukha ka . Gago !

  3. Dahil ba A license si Mari at memorized nya lahat ng AFC books sya lng marunong mag coach??!! You PFF should be blamed.. Sa ibang bansa kapag pumalpak ang isang national team ay binabatikos ito dahil ayaw nila palaging talo at natural iyon sa isang football loving people. Pero dito sa atin ni ayaw ng mga PFF friends and coaches magsalita tayo laban sa kanila at dapat muna daw may ma itulong tayo bago mag dada. Aba ingrato pa tuloy ang mga fans sa inyo mga wlang hiya at ass licking coaches under PFF mga wlang prinsipyo at self interest ang inuuna para sumipsip at makakuha ng posisyon sa mga kurap na officer ng federation. Sasabihin ba naman sayo na mag coach ka nlng dahil dami mo alam!! LOL!! Very unprofessional mga coaches na ganyan at halatang hindi magaling. Ang tunay na coach ay tumatanggap ng koreksyon, commento, suhestiyon o sa madaling salita kritisismo para alam nya ang susunod na gagawin o di kaya mag resign sila para may delikadeza. Ilang beses na po tayong pinahiya ng PFF at Mari na yan. Gumising na tayo at kalampagin sila sa office nila sa Pasig. These culture of losing should stop now!!