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Vietnam score late to secure win over Philippines and reach AFF Suzuki Cup final

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Vietnam book a place in the 2018 AFF Cup final against Malaysia following their 4-2 aggregate win over Philippines.

Two goals in the last seven minutes sealed Vietnam's place in the final of the AFF Suzuki Cup on Thursday as Park Hang-Seo's side defeated Philippines 2-1 to secure a 4-2 aggregate win.

Vietnam, 2008 title winners, will take on Malaysia over two legs in the tournament decider, with the first meeting on Tuesday in Kuala Lumpur after Tan Cheng Hoe's side saw off defending champions Thailand on Wednesday.

Vietnam were favourites to advance to the final after securing a 2-1 win in Bacolod in the first...

Vietnam take advantage with away goals vs. Philippines in AFF Cup

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Sven-Goran Eriksson suffered his first defeat as Philippines head coach on Sunday as visiting Vietnam secured a 2-1 first-leg advantage in their Asean Football Federation Championship semi-final.

Eriksson, who has signed a five-month contract with the Azkals and will lead them through the Asean Championships before overseeing their first-ever appearance at the Asian Cup in the United Arab Emirates in January, had won two and drawn two of his first four games in charge.

Yet the former England manager's...

Thailand, Sven-Goran Eriksson's Philippines qualify for AFF Cup semifinals

Singapore's Faritz Hameed shows his dejection as Thailand players celebrate in the background
Singapore's Faritz Hameed shows his dejection as Thailand players celebrate in the background.

Thailand beat Singapore 3-0 on Sunday to advance to next week's semifinals of the Asean Football Federation Championship along with Sven-Goran Eriksson's Philippines.

Singapore needed to win against the defending champions to force their way into the top two in Group B of the regional championship yet their three-goal defeat means Thailand finish top of the standings while the Philippines take second after a 0-0 draw with Indonesia.

Thailand will face Malaysia in their semifinal, which will be played...

Sven-Goran Eriksson has the Philippines living up to their street dog name

Thailand conceded late against Philippines, but remain top of Group B with superior goal difference.
The Philippines prevailed 1-0 over Singapore in Group B courtesy of a late winner by Patrick Reichelt.

Talk to fans in the Philippines and they casually refer to the national team by their nickname of "The Azkals" -- the Tagalog word for street dogs.

The moniker is rather apt under new coach Sven-Goran Eriksson, because the boys in white seem to be a little more streetwise and readier to bare their teeth.

On Wednesday, in the penultimate round of group games at the 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup, the Philippines hosted defending champions and regional top dogs Thailand. The home team may have only earned a...