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SINGAPORE FOOTBALL TEAM NEVER LOSE AGAINST CHINA, FIGHT UNTIL DRAW 2-2

Singapore Displayed Resilience and Spirit in a 2-2 Draw Against China in Ogura’s First Game

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According to an article by CNA, in the third match of their World Cup qualifying campaign, Singapore, led by coach Tsutomu Ogura, put up a strong fight against China at the National Stadium on Thursday (Mar 21), resulting in a 2-2 draw.

Went 2-0 down but fought back

Despite the initial setback of Wu Lei’s two goals, Singapore managed to battle back, thanks to substitutes Faris Ramli and Jacob Mahler.

The Lions were able to make a remarkable comeback, demonstrating their determination and discipline.

China, ranked 88th in the world, dominated the first half of the match, leaving Singapore trailing behind. However, the team’s resilience was evident when Hassan Sunny made a vital save, denying Wu Lei a goal from a penalty.

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This seemed to have given Singapore a much-needed boost, as they continued to press forward, launching several attacks.

Despite the odds, Singapore never gave up, and their efforts were rewarded when Faris Ramli scored a crucial goal in the 53rd minute, giving the team a glimmer of hope.

The hosts continued to push forward, and with only 10 minutes remaining on the clock, Jacob Mahler scored the equalizer, sending the crowd into a frenzy.

Seems like there is some hope for them after all

The Lions’ performance on Thursday proved that they can compete against highly-ranked teams and emerge victorious.

The result was a significant turning point for Singapore, demonstrating their capacity to hold their own against the best in the world of football.

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Although the draw means that Singapore remains at the bottom of their group, the result instills hope that the team can continue to progress and improve.

With their determined spirit and resilience, the Lions prove that they are a force to be reckoned with in the world of football.

Image source: Football Association of Singapore

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