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The MM Football is a place where you can indulge your sporting spirits. Soccer is the most favourite sports match than any competition or match. Approximately 95% of football fans watch the English Premier League, Italy Serie A, Spain Laliga, Germany Bundesliga, France Ligue 1 on their weekend or twice or three times a weeks.
When you' re an addict to football, there must be a team where your mind is together. However, the top placings are staffed by various football premier leagues, England Premier League leads the roll of contemporary football and their talent programmes are overwhelmingly around the globe, rivalry item for this century. Look no further.
Approximately 70% of men in Myanmar are different Premier League supporters, and the championship is also the favorite event in Myanmar. Anyone can see that the people of Myanmar are 100% football enthusiasts because we watch and support our beautiful team without sleep while others watch during the day.
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PLAZAMEDIA soccer games: The Singapore side are out after Malaysia defeated Myanmar 3-1.
LUKALA LUMPUR: Singapore U-22 side have not qualified for the SEA Games semi-finals for the second consecutive year, after host nation Malaysia defeated Myanmar 3-1 at Shah Alam Stadium on Monday (21 August). More than 75,000 supporters packed the Olympic stadium as the host nation now lead the group before the last Group A fixture against Laos on Wednesday (23 August).
Singapore's chance of making it to the semi-finals was in the hand of Myanmar, who had to defeat Malaysia. Burma, who entered the 2017 SEA Games football season with victories over Singapore, Laos and Brunei, were instead hit hard against the partisans who prepared the Malay national game.
Malaysia's Thanabalan Nadarajah opened the net for the home side in the 33nd and just two goals later the home side redoubled their advantage in Safawi Rasid's head. Thanabalan ('22) opened the net for Malaysia's third in the second half when Myanmar opened the scores through Than Paul.
Myanmar's loss still means Group A trainer Gerd Zeise is in the gap for the time being, but Malaysia need a tie against Laos in their final group match to get to the top of the standings. Now that all hope of making it to the semi-finals is gone, Singapore can only be proud of their last match against Brunei on Wednesday.