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Shandong Beat Dong Tam Long An 3-2
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China's Shandong Luneng rallied to beat Vietnam's Dong Tam Long An 3-2 in their AFC Champions League second leg in Vietnam's southern Long An province on Wednesday evening.

Chinese Super League champions Shandong Luneng have acquired 12 points after beating Australia's Adelaide United 1-0, South Korea's Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma 2-1, and Dong Tam Long An 4-0 in the home match and 3-2 in the away game consecutively to remain the first place of the Group G.

The Vietnamese side enjoyed a stunning start when Tshamala scored only 14 minutes into the game. China's U-21 star forward Wang Yongpo leveled the score for Shandong 14 minutes later. But Thuong's goal lifted Dong Tam Long An to 2-1 lead on 36 minutes. Thuong was then red carded in the 41st minute.

After the interval, the Chinese national squad's striker Li Jinyu got the equalizer in the 49th minute and the winning goal in injury time.

(Xinhua News Agency April 26, 2007)

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