Aung Thu (L) of Myanmar vies for the ball with Mohamad Zein El Abidine Tahan (R) of Lebanon during the 2018 World Cup qualifying Group G football match between Myanmar and Lebanon in Bangkok on October 8, 2015. AFP PHOTO / PORNCHAI KITTIWONGSAKUL
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Miodrag Radulovic's side are currently on six points in Group G, three back of their regional rivals, who fell to a 1-0 loss to leaders South Korea (12) Thursday.Khalil was particularly impressive in the Cedars goal, delivering an assured performance which saw him cope ably with Myanmar's rare forays into the Lebanon 18-yard box.But despite the mass alterations made to the starting lineup by Radulovic, it was a familiar face who got Lebanon's evening up and running. Maatouk, so often Lebanon's principal source of attack, once more demonstrated his value to a team that has so often been found wanting in front of goal.
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