The host Vietnam drew 0-0 against Myanmar in the final match, showing its weak points in physical strength and precious finishes.

Earlier, Indonesia “rocketed fires” on Taiwan (China) rivals with a 11-0 win.

Photo: Hai Anh
In the finals, U15 Indonesia pulled top rank with 7 points after 2 wins (4-1 over Myanmar, and 11-0 over Taiwan-China) and 1 tie (1-1 to Vietnam), bringing in a trophy, gold medals and USD3,000 prize in cash; while the runner-up host Vietnam received USD1,500 prize in cash with 5 points (a win 5-2 over Taiwan; two ties 1-1 to Indonesia, 0-0 to Myanmar), and U15 Myanmar placed third for a USD1,000 prize in cash.

Vietnamese goalie Nguyen Van Viet was honoured with the best goalkeeper title.

Taking place from June 14th-18th, the event lured four teams from Vietnam, Taiwan (China), Myanmar, and Indonesia, playing in a checking point-robin module.

Vietnamese head coach Vu Hong Viet said that this was a really good chance for his students to practice their skills, in preparation for the upcoming U15 Southeast Asia Football Championships 2017 and the U16 Asia Championships.

The free entrance-tour also aims to develop a new generation of players for Vietnam’s national team./.