Hosts Vietnam delivered a convincing performance in their rematch against U19 Myanmar and their persuasive 4-1 victory earned them a ticket to the final clash with U19 Japan of the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) U19 Nutifood Cup.
Japan yesterday came from behind to beat Viet Nam, 3-2, to emerge as the top team in Group B of the ASEAN Football Federation U19 Nutifood Cup.
Japan's 4-3 win over Australia on Sunday has pushed the winner and hosts Viet Nam to the semi-final round of the Ha Noi's ASEAN Football Federation U19 Nutifood Cup.
Hung Vuong An Giang dissolvedHung Vuong An Giang have been dissolved after their relegation from V-League to V-League 2 this season.
The U19 Australian team arrived in Hanoi on September in preparation for the Nutifood Cup opening match with U19 Vietnam on September 5.
U19 Vietnam admitted their first bitter defeat during their European tour after losing 9-0 to U10 Tottenham Hotspur in a friendly on March 18.
The ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) has announced Vietnam will play host to the 2014 AFF U19 Youth Championship due to take place at Hanoi's National My Dinh stadium from September 5-13.
Japan trounced hosts Vietnam 7-0 during the second round match of an international U19 football tournament (Nutifood Cup) in HCM City on January 8.
The U19 Tottenham and U19 Japan teams arrived in Ho Chi Minh City on January 4 ahead of the upcoming Nutifood Cup (January 6–10).
Viet Nam will play AS Roma in an international under-19 football tournament, the Nutifood Cup, which will kick off in HCM City on January 6.