AFC Challenge Cup 2012: Philippines-Azkals vs Mongolia Blue Wolves | Philippines won on aggregate 3-2

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The Philippine National Football team – Azkals will face Mongolia Blue Wolves for their the second leg of the AFC Challenge Cup qualifier to be held at Ulan Bator, Mongolia on Tuesday March 15, 2011 1PM.

The Azkals defeated the Mongolians, 2-0, in the first leg of the qualifier held last month at the Panaad Stadium in Bacolod City, Philippines. The Philippines just need to secure at least a tie to advance into the competition’s Group Stage.

If the Azkals progress to the AFC Challenge Cup Group Stage, the following will be the tentative schedule (all games to be held in Myanmar):

3/21 (Mon) – PHI 1 vs 1 Myanmar – DRAW;
3/23 (Wed) – PHI vs. Palestine, 3:30 p.m; and
3/25 (Fri) – PHI vs. Bangladesh, 6 p.m.

For the AFC Challenge Cup: Philippines-Azkals vs Mongolia Blue Wolves Live telecast, you can watch it at ABS-CBN’s Studio 23 Channel or you can watch it live stream online.

UPDATE: Philippines-Azkals advances to the AFC Challenge Cup 2012 Qualifying round with an aggregate goal score of 3-2 against the Mongolian Blue wolves even though Mongolia defeated the Philippines 2-1  in the 2nd leg of their qualifier.

Highlights of Philippines-Mongolia match 2nd leg 1st half


The Philippine Azkals may have lost the game to Mongolia, 1-2, but they still advanced to the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Challenge Cup group stage by winning the tie, 3-2, on goal aggregate.

The Philippines took an early lead via a James Younghusband goal in the third minute of their match that took place at the Mongolian Football Federation (MFF) Football Centre in Ulan Bator.

Mongolia, however, pulled one back in 21st minute through their skipper, Lumbengarav Donorov.

The hosts stormed ahead in the 34th minute, after Garidmagnai Bayasgalan scored on the rebound off a penalty.

The Azkals showed better defense in the second half to prevent another Mongolia goal. (Source: abs-cbnnews)

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