The Philippine Azkals opened up their AFC Asian Cup qualifying campaign in emphatic fashion.
The Azkals are gunning for a victory against Nepal in their AFC Asian Cup qualifying campaign.
The Philippines and Malaysia settled for a goalless stalemate in a friendly match on Wednesday evening at the Rizal Memorial Stadium.
The Philippine Azkals are aiming to become one of the world's top-100 teams and the first Filipino squad to make it to the final stages of the Asian Cup.
Neil Etheridge, Javier Patiño, and Daisuke Sato are back to bolster the Azkals in a friendly against Malaysia.
The Philippine Azkals will take the field against Malaysia for a friendly match on March 22 at the Rizal Memorial Stadium.
With a spot in the semifinals of the AFF Suzuki Cup at stake, the Azkals are gunning for the victory that would assure them of that berth when they take on tournament favorite Thailand on Friday night.
It was a frustrating start for the Philippine Azkals in the AFF Suzuki Cup after being held to a 0-0 draw to an undermanned Singapore side on Saturday.
The Philippine Azkals improved their FIFA ranking despite a pair of losses in October.
The Azkals have scheduled a friendly against Kyrgyzstan on November 9 at the Rizal Memorial Stadium as part of their preparations for the upcoming Suzuki Cup.
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