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De-fense, de-fense | The Manila Times Online

Defense, perhaps, is the one area that the countrys national football team Philippine Azkals could improve on when it battles Asias best in the 2019 Asian Cup in Qatar. InREAD The post De-fense, de-fe.....»»

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Philippine Azkals’ showing at Suzuki Cup to build on

THE Philippine men’s national football team’s campaign at the 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup ended on Dec. 6 after the Azkals bowed to Vietnam in the second leg of their semifinals, 2-1, and dropped, 4-2, on aggregate......»»

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Azkals& rsquo; focus on offense backfires

Azkals& rsquo; focus on offense backfires.....»»

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Azkals eye Asian Cup

The Philippine Azkals have little time to lick their wounds after squandering what’s largely considered their best chance to break new ground and grab a finals berth in the Asean Football Federation (AFF) Suzuki Cup as they’re slated to make their historic debut on the bigger stage – the AFC Asian Cup – in a month’s time......»»

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Azkals fans still looking up despite loss to Vietnam in Suzuki Cup

The faithful fans of the Philippine Men’s National Football team still believe in the country’s bright future in football despite a 2-1 loss in the second leg of the Azkals’ 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup semi-finals bout with Vietnam. The Azkals needed at least a 2-0 to win via aggregate but exerting to goal. Vietnam likewise […] The post Azkals fans still looking up despite loss to Vietnam in Suzuki Cup appeared first on Interaksyon......»»

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No more miracles: Vietnam ousts Philippine Azkals | Inquirer Sports

HANOI - There was no repeat of the Miracle in Hanoi. A courageous performance wasnt enough for the Philippines on a cold Thursday night as the Azkals saw their 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup run come to an end a.....»»

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Azkals bow out of 2018 Suzuki Cup semis

    MANILA, Philippines – No "Miracle in Hanoi" this time.  The Philippine Azkals failed to advance to the 2018 ASEAN Football Federation Suzuki Cup title round after falling to Vietnam, 1-2, in the second leg of the semifinals on Thursday, December 6, at the My Dinh Stadium in Hanoi, Vietnam.  The Vietnamese, who ........»»

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No more miracles: Vietnam ousts Philippine Azkals

No more miracles: Vietnam ousts Philippine Azkals.....»»

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Vietnam down Azkals, reach AFF Cup final

There was no second coming of the famous “Miracle in Hanoi” for the history-chasing Philippine Azkals this time against Vietnam......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsDec 6th, 2018Related News

Azkals need two-goal win vs Vietnam to stay alive in AFF

Their bid for a historic finals appearance in serious jeopardy, the embattled Philippine Azkals hope for another “Miracle in Hanoi” as they seek to turn things around against Vietnam in tonight’s make-or-break semifinal leg 2 duel in front of a huge hostile crowd at the 40,000-seater My Dinh Stadium. Source link link: Azkals need two-goal win vs Vietnam to stay alive in AFF.....»»

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Azkals need two-goal win vs Vietnam to stay alive in AFF

Their bid for a historic finals appearance in serious jeopardy, the embattled Philippine Azkals hope for another “Miracle in Hanoi” as they seek to turn things around against Vietnam in tonight’s make-or-break semifinal leg 2 duel in front of a huge hostile crowd at the 40,000-seater My Dinh Stadium......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsDec 5th, 2018Related News

PHL Azkals shoot for ‘Miracle in Hanoi’ anew

BACK in 2010, the Philippine men’s national football team willed itself to national and international consciousness with an upset 2-0 win over then defending AFF Suzuki Cup champion Vietnam to barge into the semifinals in what is now known as the “Miracle in Hanoi.”.....»»

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2018 Suzuki Cup: Azkals look to recreate Miracle in Hanoi as as they fight for survival vs. Vietnam

The Philippine Men's National Football team will need another Miracle in Hanoi when they take on Vietnam in the second leg of the 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup Semifinals, Thursday evening at the My Dinh National Stadium. The Azkals will be heading into Thursday's match down 2-1 on aggregate, and will need the performance of a lifetime if they wish to finally slip into the tournament's finale.  Vietnam got off to an early start in the first leg of the semifinals, with Nguyen Anh Duc hitting early.  Patrick Reichelt managed to even things up before halftime, but Vietnam went ahead once more, early in the second half thanks to Phan Van Duc, and never looked back.  With their Suzuki Cup lives at stake, the Philippines will hope to recreate some magic from years past. December 5, 2010, eight years and a day prior to Thursday's crucial matchup, a relatively unheralded Azkals side, led by a young Phil Younghusband and veteran Chris Greatwich, authored what would come to be known as "The Miracle in Hanoi".  Younghusband and Greatwich both scored to help lead the Azkals - who failed to qualify for the tournament's previous staging - to a 2-0 victory over then-defending champions Vietnam in the 2010 Suzuki Cup group stage. The win would help propel the Philippines to that year's semifinals. While it would be the Azkals' only win during that tournament, it was a landmark moment in Philippine football history, as it effectively jumpstarted the sport's popularity in the country.  Eight years and a day later, team captain Younghusband and Assistant Coach Greatwich, as well as the rest of the Philippine Azkals look to score another landmark win for Philippine football.  Kick-off time is at 8:30 PM, Manila time. .....»»

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Azkals gird for ‘Miracle in Hanoi’

Patrick Reichelt, who delivered the Philippines’ first-ever goal in the Asean Footbal Federation Suzuki Cup semis, rued how the Azkals’ attitude problem hastened their fall in a 1-2 setback to Vietnam in the first leg Sunday at Panaad Stadium in Bacolod......»»

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Coach Eriksson rues PH Azkals& rsquo; porous defense

Coach Eriksson rues PH Azkals& rsquo; porous defense.....»»

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Azkals bow to Vietnam in Suzuki Cup semis

MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine Azkals failed to capitalize on a home pitch advantage as they fell to Vietnam, 1-2, in the 2018 ASEAN Football Federation Suzuki Cup semifinals on Sunday, December 2, at the Pana-ad Park and Stadium in Bacolod.  Vietnam leads the home-and-away semifinals series and the Philippines ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsDec 2nd, 2018Related News

Suzuki Cup: Azkals fall to Vietnam in first leg of semis

The Philippine Men's Football National Team absorbed their first loss in the 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup, falling to Vietnam in the first leg of the semifinals, Sunday evening at the Panaad Park and Stadium in Bacolod.  The top-seeded team in Group A, Vietnam came out strong and took an early lead courtesy of Nguyen Anh Duc in the 12th minute.  Reichelt came up big once again for the Azkals as he hit the equalizer just before heading into the halftime break.  It wouldn't take long for Vietnam to regain the lead, as Phan Van Duc put the visitors back in the drivers' seat in the 48th minute.  More chances came the way of both sides but at the end of 90 minutes, the score stood, giving Vietnam a crucial win on the road.  Down a goal on aggregate, the Azkals now head to Hanoi for the second leg of the semis, which happens on December 6th.  It' do-or-die for the Azkals as they try to avoid another semifinals exit. .....»»

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Azkals bow to Viets in first leg of semis

Vietnam sent the Philippine Azkals to the brink after hammering out a 2-1 victory last night in the first leg of the Asean Football Federation (AFF) Suzuki Cup semifinals at Panaad Stadium in Bacolod City......»»

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Azkals fall to Vietnam

The Philippine Azkals will be forced to pull off a sequel of the “Miracle in Hanoi” after absorbing a 2-1 defeat against Vietnam in Sunday’s first leg of the AFF Suzuki Cup semifinals at the Panaad Stadium in Bacolod City. Azkals fall to Vietnam Source link: Azkals fall to Vietnam.....»»

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Eriksson: Azkals semis stint feels like World Cup

  MANILA, Philippines – Having called the shots for England in two World Cups, Philippine team coach Sven-Göran Eriksson shared that steering the Azkals to the 2018 ASEAN Football Federation Suzuki Cup semifinals felt familiar.  "No two games are ever the same but the feeling certainly [the same], whether you go ........»»

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