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II Asian Beach Games - Muscat 2010
08 Dec 2010

Goals don?t miss opening day at the II Asian Beach Games


Beach Soccer has played its role as one of the key sports in this second edition of the Asian Beach Games, and has brought a great show onto the Al Musannah Sports City. In the first matchday of the competition, the eight teams from group C and D came onto the sand, and produced a 32 goals record for 4 matches, making clear what this sport is about. Some of the squads, besides, have already set clear they are definitely going for the medals.

One of them is Japan, who got rid of Thailand (8-2) in the opening games of the competition. The Nippon side, coached by Brazilian Rui Ramos, showed no mercy on their opponents, and they had already finished the game by the first period thanks to hits by Goto (2), Kawaharazuka, and the involuntary help by Saetiaw, with an own goal. That made things really uphill for Thailand, and, although Sonwist shortened the distance, their nightmares Goto and Kawaharazuka kept finding the way to net to turn what was a hard task into something actually impossible.

Iran joined the Japanese in the race for Group C’s head, and inflicted a solid victory to Lebanon (4-9) after a leveled first period. Ahmadzadeh became one of the heroes for his team slotting up to four balls in.

In Group D, China and Bahrain top the table, after their victories over Vietnam and Palestine, respectively. The Chinese, who get momentarily ahead thanks to a better goal register, managed a 5-0 run that had almost finished all Vietnamese possibilities when Dang Quoc Hung’s lads began their reply. Bahrain, although being earmarked as one of the favourites, found it really difficult to tear the Palestinian resistance, and it was not until the third period that hits by Aldoseri and Mubarak gave them the points.

The competition will go on tomorrow, featuring the teams from group A and B, with hosts Oman among them. The match schedule for tomorrow goes as follows:

 

Match Day Two (9 December 2010)

Match 5 - 15:00 - Uzbekistan vs. Qatar

Match 6 - 16:15 - Indonesia vs. Kuwait

Match 7 - 17:30 - Yemen vs. UAE

Match 8 - 18:45 - Syria vs. Oman

RESULTS & SCHEDULE
November 11, 2017 - November 18, 2017
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Group Stage - Group A
Team P W W+ L GF GA GD PTS
Universidad autonoma paraguay UAM 3 2 1 0 16 8 8 8
Logo bsww2016 calendar CUDP 3 2 0 1 15 12 3 6
Bolivia HAM 3 1 0 2 10 11 -1 3
Colombia DUH 3 0 0 3 8 18 -10 0
Group Stage - Group B
Team P W W+ L GF GA GD PTS
Sampaio correa fc logo SAMC 3 3 0 0 28 5 23 9
Monagas difalo futbol playa MDFL 3 1 1 1 11 22 -11 4
Graden club paraguay GDC 3 1 0 2 16 16 0 3
Logo bsww2016 calendar FERR 3 0 0 3 7 19 -12 0
Group Stage - Group C
Team P W W+ L GF GA GD PTS
Vascodagama VAS 3 3 0 0 24 6 18 9
Malvin MAL 3 2 0 1 11 16 -5 6
Universidad arturo prat UAP 3 1 0 2 14 16 -2 3
Delfin sporting club escudo DSPC 3 0 0 3 7 18 -11 0
Play-off for 11th Place
Play-off for 9th Place
Logo bsww2016 calendar FERR 3 - 5 DSPC Delfin sporting club escudo
Universidad arturo prat UAP 10 - 5 DUH Colombia
Play-off for 7th Place
Play-off for 5th Place
Bolivia HAM 3 - 5 MDFL Monagas difalo futbol playa
Logo bsww2016 calendar CUDP 2 - 9 SAMC Sampaio correa fc logo
Universidad arturo prat UAP 2 - 4 DSPC Delfin sporting club escudo
Monagas difalo futbol playa MDFL 3 - 8 SAMC Sampaio correa fc logo
Quarter-finals
Monagas difalo futbol playa MDFL 4 - 7 MAL Malvin
Universidad autonoma paraguay UAM 11 - 3 HAM Bolivia
Vascodagama VAS 7 - 4 CUDP Logo bsww2016 calendar
Sampaio correa fc logo SAMC 5 - 6 GDC Graden club paraguay
Semi-finals
Universidad autonoma paraguay UAM 4 - 5 (AET) MAL Malvin
Vascodagama VAS 10 - 4 GDC Graden club paraguay
Play-off for 3rd place
Graden club paraguay GDC 0 - 0 UAM Universidad autonoma paraguay
Final
Malvin MAL 0 - 0 VAS Vascodagama
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