Yangoon, Myanmar: Chinese Taipei was the far more dominating team within the tournament as they proved it with a 30 goal difference to take the top spot at the concluding match at the Men’s Asian Challenge 2017, Yangoon, Myanmar. Throughout the tournament the team seemed as they did a metamorphosis and showed a persistent lust for goals. After defeating Brunei in the final they go on to become champions of this year’s tournament. The first goal came from Ching-Chieh on the 3rd minute of the first quarter. Ching-Chieh blasted the goal through the goal keeper via a penalty corner.
Other goals came from Chin Feng, Tzu Yu, Hsien Yi with a hatrick, Yu Chuan, and Cheng Hao.
The runners up match consisted of Myanmar defeating Hong Kong China by 5 goals. An impressive conclusion to the tournament.
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