China scored the first two goals, then the Azkals managed to put one courtesy of Misagh Bahadoran strike. But it was all downhill for the Philippines since then. Chinese goals
Manila-based Philippine National Football Team fan group Ultras Filipinas chants “Azkals!” during the Azkals’ game against Indonesia in the AFF Suzuki Cup in November 22 last year at the Philippine
Is the Philippines’ highest achievement in football? Looks like it is, based on my reading, this is the farthest that any Philippine national football team has reached in all
Philippines versus Nepal in AFC 2019 Asian Cup Qualifier game on March 28, 2017 at Rizal Memorial Football Stadium. Game startes at 8:00 PM.
Watch the full game replay between the Philippines and Malaysia in their international friendly game last March 22, at the Rizal Memorial Stadium in Metro Manila. You can also prefer
Youtube user or channel Nevarei, recently uploaded a video compilation of the Azkals’ first choice goalkeeper, Neil Etheridge. Though the compilation is his best as a club goalkeeper.
I chanced upon the Ultras Filipinas singing and chanting inside the chartered bus I was in going to the Philippine Sports Stadium in Bocaue, Bulacan last November 22, during the
United Football League Cup: Stephan Schrock debut as lefwing for Ceres FC, Carli de Murga scored twice and this is his first competitive match after more than a year injury layoff.
Misagh Bahadoran’s first goal against Bahrain wasn’t a fluke. He did it again, at the expense of six sleeping Yemeni defenders.
Misagh Bahadoran has been the favorite subject in online memes, and even fans call him Lord Misagh for being all speed and just good looks but lacks goals. But that bashing has been proven wrong that he indeed can score a goal even against stronger teams.
New Azkals recruit Iain Ramsay gave his share of a goal and his first for the Philipines during the Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifying match against Yemen on June 16, 2015 held in Doha, Qatar.