Three ASEAN clubs progress to quarters
A total of three ASEAN clubs have made it to the quarterfinals of the AFC Futsal Club Championship 2019 in Thailand.
Out of the four clubs representing ASEAN countries in the tournament — Indonesia, Myanmar, Vietnam and hosts Thailand — three teams sealed their place in the next round with only Myanmar’s Victoria University College crashing out after finishing bottom of their group.
The clubs that made it are; Thailand’s Port Futsal Club, Vietnam’s Thai Son Nam Futsal Club and Indonesia’s Vamos Futsal Club.
Port secured their progression to the knockout stages after winning Group A ahead of China PR’s Shenzhen Nanling Tielang, who progressed as the runners-up, Kyrgyz Republic’s Osh EREM and Korea Republic’s FS Seoul.
Meanwhile last year’s runners-up, Thai Son Nam won Group B after recording three wins from three matches, progressing alongside Uzbekistan’s FC AGMK.
Group C was won by Lebanon’s Bank of Beirut, but Indonesia’s Vamos FC progressed as the runners-up claiming two wins from three matches.
In Group D, Japan’s Nagoya Oceans and IR Iran’s Mes Sungun FSC made it to the last eight.
The quarterfinals of the AFC Futsal Club Championship 2019 are set to be held on 14 August.