Hong Kong VS Myanmar LIVE Football Score 21/09/2022
Hong Kong will host Myanmar in a friendly double-header this month, with the first game scheduled on Friday at the Mong Kok Stadium. The Strengths will continue their preparations for the 2023 Asia Cup, for which they have qualified, although their form has been disastrous lately. Jorn Andersen’s side have lost five of their seven competitive games this year, including their last four without scoring. Myanmar, meanwhile, failed to qualify for next year’s showpiece after losing their three group games in the third round. However, the Chinthe will be in action at the AFF Championship in December and will hope to prepare for the same by faring well here.
The Strengths have called up 25 players for this month’s double header against Myanmar, including two uncapped players – Ng Wai Him and Alexander Jojo. Kitchee forward Alex Akande is just two goals away from entering the team’s top ten goalscorers of all time. Manager Jorn Andersen hasn’t picked any players based in mainland China, including Matthew Orr, Tan Chuk-lok, Yu Tze-nam, Vas Nunez and Leung Nok Hang. The Chinthe have called up 25 players for the Hong Kong friendlies, of which eight are uncapped. The experienced David Htan is set to join former Myanmar international Zaw Min Tun as the only players to have earned at least 70 caps for the national team.
Hong Kong is hosting Myanmar is an International friendly match on 21st September. Hong Kong are fining their tune for the upcoming AFC Asian Cup in 2023. Whereas, Myanmar will be looking to prepare for AFF Championship in December.
This will be the only third meeting between these two sides as the have met only twice before this match. In the first match between these two teams back in November 2015, Hong Kong defeated Myanmar 5-0.
However, after seven months, Myanmar avenged with a 3-0 win over Hong Kong.
The host have called up 25 players for this month’s double header against Myanmar, including two uncapped players – Ng Wai Him and Alexander Jojo.
There is no any injury concerns for the home side.
The Myanmar side have called up 25 players for the Hong Kong friendlies, of which eight are uncapped.
The experienced David Htan is set to join former Myanmar international Zaw Min Tun as the only players to have earned at least 70 caps for the national team.
The Hong Kong Football Association (HKFA) is delighted to announce that an agreement has been made with the Myanmar Football Federation, of which the Hong Kong Representative Team will face the Myanmar National Team on September 21 and 24 at home. The matches serve as a preparation for the AFC Asian Cup 2023™.
The first match will be held at the Mong Kok Stadium at 8pm on Wednesday, September 21. The match will be held behind closed doors and there will be no ticket sales. The second match will be held at the Hong Kong Stadium at 8pm on Saturday, September 24, and the match will be opened to spectators. Tickets will go on sale on September 22.
HKFA Chief Executive Officer Mr. Joaquin Tam said, “We are excited for the friendly which is the first home match for the Hong Kong Representative Team after its success at the Asian Cup qualifiers and the first since 3 years’ time. We deeply appreciate the HKSAR Government’s coordination and assistance, so that fans can cheer for the Hong Kong team at the stadium. I look forward to an exciting match between the two teams.”