Cambodian striker Khim Borey scored 2 penalties in the win over HAGL on Sunday Cambodia's match-winner was 17 year old substitute Prak Mony Udom
Goals win games and these are the faces of the goalscorers in Sunday's opening two matches in the BIDC Cup tournament being played at the Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh and involving two national U23 teams, Cambodia and Laos, and two Vietnam League club sides, HAGL and Vissai Ninh Binh. Cambodia fought back from a two-goal deficit to beat HAGL 3-2 thanks to 2 penalties from Khim Borey and a match-winner from teenager Prak Mony Udom. Khim Borey missed most of the recent CPL season with a nagging ankle injury and only played his first game in a parctice match on Wednesday during the team's training camp in Vietnam. His two calmly-taken penalties levelled the scores and set up the comeback, which the team's youngest player at 17, Prak Mony Udom, on as a substitute for Nov Soseila, finished off. The HAGL goals were scored by Bui Xuan Hieu and Khuat Huu Long. In the Cup's opening game, Sayavuthi Khampeng gave Laos a deserved lead, with VNB equalizing through Dang Van Thanh.
Sayavuthi Khampeng scored the 1st goal of the BIDC Cup after 10 minutes for Laos U23s Dang Van Thanh equalized for Vissai Ninh Binh against the Laos U23s
Labels: BIDC Cup, Khim Borey, Prak Mony Udom