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Thứ tư, 25/05/2022

Vietnam overtake Malaysia, getting closer to AFC Champions League ticket

Thứ năm, 22/08/2019 17:21 (GMT+7)
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Hanoi FC’s 3-2 win over Altyn Asyr means Vietnamese clubs are now having chance to get a ‘direct ticket’ to AFC Champions League.

Defeating Altyn Asyr at Hang Day match (20 August), Hanoi Club is largely advantageous ahead of AFC Cup return leg semi-final.

Vietnamese clubs, then, likely benefit from this sweet result as the AFC bases on national league’s representatives for rankings and AFC Champions League official eligibility.

According to Footy Ranking, Vietnam overtook Malaysia, slightly behind Philippines on the rankings. Vietnam will stay at 7th position, just behind Japan, South Korea, China, Thailand, Australia and the Philippines.

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That was absolutely a big achievement of Vietnamese clubs. Back to March 2019, Vietnam ranked 10th with only 11,333 points, behind Malaysia with a difference of 4000 points. Then, hitting new heights thanks to Hanoi FC and Becamex Binh Duong’s impressive contributions, Vietnamese clubs officially shorten their path to AFC Champions League.

Being inside the Top 6, Vietnam can both keep a position straight to AFC Champions League group and raise their status in Asian arena.

TT Đội Vàng Bạc Đồng Tổng
1 Việt Nam Việt Nam 205 125 116 446
2 Thái Lan Thái Lan 92 103 136 331
3 Indonesia Indonesia 69 91 81 241
4 Philippines Philippines 52 70 104 226
5 Singapore Singapore 47 46 73 166
6 Malaysia Malaysia 39 45 90 174
7 Myanmar Myanmar 9 18 35 62
8 Campuchia Campuchia 9 13 41 63
9 Lào Lào 2 7 33 42
10 Brunei Brunei 1 1 1 3
11 Đông Timor Đông Timor 0 3 2 5

Cập nhật lúc: 07:35:09 25/05/2022