ASEAN Wrap: Buriram extend lead, derby joy for BG Pathum
Kuala Lumpur: A fifth successive win in Thai League 1 helped Buriram United move three points clear at the top of the standings after their nearest rivals Bangkok United were beaten by BG Pathum United.
Bhayangkara remain top in Indonesia after edging Bali United, while there were also wins for Persib Bandung and Persija Jakarta.
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Champions again: Dordoi extend Kyrgyz Premier League record with 13th title
Bishkek: FC Dordoi are the champions of Kyrgyz Republic for a record extending 13th time in 18 years after they defeated Neftchi Kochkor-Ata in the penultimate round of the Kyrgyz Premier League on Sunday.
Alexander Krestinin’s side made sure the title race wouldn’t extend to the final day of the season, earning a 3-1 win to register their fourth consecutive domestic league title.
Abdysh-Ata had remained with a mathematical chance of overhauling Dordoi until Sunday, but they’ll now fight with FC Alga for second place after the holders extended their lead to six points.
Kuala Lumpur: The final 12-team cast for the greatest show in Asian women’s football is now in place after both Chinese Taipei and Myanmar secured qualification to the AFC Women's Asian Cup India 2022 on Sunday.
Chinese Taipei emerged victorious in qualifying Group A, while Myanmar’s 14 unanswered goals took them to the top of Group D, joining six other group winners from September as well as the four nations who qualified automatically for next year’s Finals.
The stage is now set for Thursday’s official India 2022 draw, to be staged in Kuala Lumpur, where the 12 qualified teams will be split into three groups ahead of the tournament’s January 20 kick-off.