One promising note from the encounter was the fact that this was a much-changed Lebanon team.
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Despite a largely impressive performance, Lebanon will come away from Thursday's goalless draw with Uzbekistan feeling like they missed a trick.That goalkeeper Eldorbek Suyunov was far and away Uzbekistan's best player is testament to how well Lebanon played inside Robina Stadium in Queensland, Australia.A three-man backline was the fulcrum of Lebanon's disciplined shape, with Uzbekistan comfortably kept at arm's length throughout an uneventful first half.The alteration had an instant impact as Lebanon were able to prize open Uzbekistan's now vulnerable defense.
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