UAE And Myanmar To Engage In Friendly Game In Abu Dhabi
Are you a major fan of football? If so, there is some good news headed your way. The Gulf News has reported that UAE has invited Myanmar to play a friendly game in Abu Dhabi. The thrilling game, which will take place at the Mohammad Bin Zayed Stadium, will be held on August the 28th. Football fans throughout Abu Dhabi will definitely want to begin collecting their tickets as soon as possible, because they will not last for long.
Although the game is expected to have a friendly tone, it will be ultra competitive for one reason. It is expected to be part of the preparation process for the upcoming 2018 World Cup, as well as the Asian Cup, which will be held in 2019. Thus far, the White Angels have played two games. Unfortunately, neither went their way. The first ended in a 2-2 draw against Laos, while the second was a 2-0 loss to South Korea.
Of course, they’re not letting the setbacks hold them down. Radojko Avramovic’s crew will continue their quest to make it to Russia, when they play against Kuwait on September the 3rd of this year. Just recently, the MFF, Myanmar Football Federation, scheduled a friendly meeting against New Zealand for September the 7th. That game will take place at the Thuwunna Stadium in Yangon. As a true football fan, it is nearly impossible not to get excited about these upcoming games and the potential showdown between Myanmar and the UAE. Be sure to begin making preparations as soon as possible, so you do not miss out on the fun.