Singapore beat Myanmar to reach Tiger Cup final

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:47 IST

Singapore defeated Myanmar 4-2 in an incident filled second leg of their Tiger Cup semi-final on Sunday.

Singapore:

Singapore defeated Myanmar 4-2 in an incident filled second leg of their Tiger Cup semi-final on Sunday to win the tie 8-5 on aggregate and reach the tournament final. Four Myanmar players were sent off in the match and they were reduced to eight on-field players in extra-time, when co-hosts Singapore scored three times to seal their place in the final. Singapore reached the final of the Tiger Cup for the first time since 1998. They will face the winner of Monday's second-leg semi-final between Malaysia and Indonesia. (AP)

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