Bolivia beat Myanmar in International football friendly

Bolivia (green) attempts to head butt the ball while Myanmar (red) holds him back in yesterday’s international friendly match at Thuwunna Stadium in Yangon yesterday. Photo:MFF
Bolivia (green) attempts to head butt the ball while Myanmar (red) holds him back in yesterday’s international friendly match at Thuwunna Stadium in Yangon yesterday. Photo:MFF

Myanmar national football team and Bolivia, South American national football team played a friendly match at Thuwunna Stadium in Yangon
yesterday.
The South American star, Bolivia beat Myanmar 3-0 in the friendly match.
Myanmar lined up with Goal Keeper Kyaw Zin Htet, David Htan, Soe Moe Kyaw, Htike Htike Aung, Thein Than Win, Captain Hlaing Bo Bo, Myo Ko Tun, Ye Ko Oo, Si Thu Aung, Maung Maung Lwin and Kaung Set Naing.
Bolivia possessed better skills and was physically superior.
Myanmar team tried their best with a mix of slow and fast football play along with massive blocking at the backside.
Bolivia scored their opening goal even at 5 minutes mark. The icebreaker was scored by Luis Haquin upon his speedy play style.
Again, Bolivia made their second goal by Bolivia star Marcelo Martins at 25 minute.

The first half ends in 2-0.
Myanmar were much better in the second half with steady play and ball delivery toward its strikers via midfielders and defenders.
But Bolvia were too strong and scored their third goal at 68 minute by Henry Vaca.
The match ended with 3-0 score, as both teams appeared exhausted in later minutes.—Lynn Thit (Tgi)

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