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Our very own Philippine Azkals will face tomorrow the depending 2006 AFC Challenge Cup Champion Tajikistan for the last and second spot of the semi-finals in the 2012 AFC Challenge Cup. A win against their opponents will take the Philippines to the semifinals of the tournament for the first time in the country’s history.
The Tajikistan national football team represents Tajikistan in association football and Tajikistan's home ground is Pamir Stadium in Dushanbe. The team won its first international tournament, the inaugural AFC Challenge Cup, in 2006, beating Sri Lanka 4–0 in Dhaka.
It's a Do or Die game in the 2012 AFC Challenge Cup by the Azlaks. The Azkals is currently ranked at the 156th in FIFA World Rankings and 26th in the FC while Tajikistan is ranked at 145th in World Rankings and 20th in the AFC. While the Tajikistan is a contender in the AFC Challenge Cup reaching the semi-finals in three straight times.
Tajikistan had an impressive records in the AFC Challenge Cup since its inception in 2006 wherein they were champions. Philippine Azkals pounced on their best chance for a victory in the AFC Challenge Cup group stages, gaining from Phil Younghusband’s brace in a 2-0 conquest of India that boosted their semis match at the Dashrath Stadium.
The Azkals is grouped with the 2006 Champions, Tajikistan; India the 2008 AFC Challenge Title-holder at the same time winner of the 2011 South Asia Football Federation. The toughest team belongs to Group B is the 2010 AFC Challenged Cup Champions, North Korea. The team was one of the Asian Finalist to the World Cup 2010 in South Africa.
The Azkals win against AFC champion and former 2011 South Asian Football Federation Champions that India is one of the biggest upset in the history of AFC. Don't miss the match between Philippine Azkals against Tajikistan is on for our national squad for the 2012 AFC Challenge Cup to be held at Kathmandu, Nepal Match 13,2012 Live.
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