Giti Pasand’s Afzal eyes historic second title

In the captivating final in Nagoya, Japan, four years ago, the night belonged to the Thais as they beat their opponent 4-1 on penalties, the-afc.com reported. When quizzed on the learning lessons from that September night, Giti Pasand’s head coach …
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