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Miodrag Radulovic remains the man to take Lebanon forward despite the Cedars' painful exit from the Asian Cup group stage. Lebanon, who needed to win by four clear goals to finish as one of the best four third-placed sides, bowed out on the fair play tiebreaker after demolishing North Korea 4-1 in Sharjah Thursday.Lebanon's campaign was a valuable learning experience for a country that, prior to 2019 Asian Cup, had never qualified on merit for the quadrennial event.The win over North Korea was another first for Lebanon at the Asian Cup, while their goals and points tally from 2000 were also improved upon in the Gulf. Three points and negative one goal difference among third-place finishers would usually do the trick.The Cedars' form over the past two years also saw them embark on a 16-match unbeaten run, which included 16 points from six matches in qualification.
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