The women's competition of KELME 2018 AUSF Football Cup continued in Jinjiang of Fujian on the evening of November 3. In the second round of the group stage, Mongolian State University of Education (MSUE, Mongolia) played against Beijing Normal University (BNU, China) on the football field of Jinjiang Yangzheng Middle School. After an exciting match, MSUE was defeated by BNU with the score 0:9.
After the match started, BNU showed more skilled team efforts. In the 4th minute, their No.9 Xie Ting shot as the defenders of MSUE were not fully prepared, helping her team to take the lead early. BNU 1, MSUE o.
Soon after this strike, in the 6th minute, BNU's No.12 Zhao Yingying also got the chance to shoot. She also succeeded in scoring, doubling the lead for her team.
After this goal, BNU firmly controlled the ball in MSUE's half and waited for opportunities to attack.
In the 9th minute, through team efforts, BNU's No.9 Xie Ting sent the ball into the net again and scored her brace. 0:3, BNU was leading comfortably.
Remarkably, Xie Ting celebrated her hattrick in the 17th minute, becoming the best scorer of this match.
In addition, BNU's No.10 Duan Xingyan, No.16 Zhao Xindi and No.12 Zhao Yingying scored respectively in the 15th minute, the 22nd minute and the 28th minute. In the 27th minute, MSUE's No.1o Khongorzul Davaasuren even sent the ball into her own goal in a chaos.
In the second half, as the gap between the two teams was evidently, BNU substituted five players at one time.
In the 61st minute, BNU's substitution No.5 Han Yixue also scored a goal.
After that goal, both sides didn't change the score. After the final whistle, MSUE was defeated by BNU with the score 0:9.
"Today we learnt a lot from our opponents. BNU is a strong team, while we are a team formed not long before. We are still in the process of getting familiar with each other. So today our tactics emphasized defense. We planned to defend well and then make some attempts in attacking. Actually we think that our defense was good, we still lost by a large margin." MSUE's coach Ankhbayar Dashtseren said after the match, "We are here mainly for exchanges and learning from our opponents. In addition, this tournament is well-organized. Our volunteers take good care of us."
"We come here with goals, and hope to get a good result. This is also our first time playing against a foreign team in a tournament for university students, so we also have to learn about our opponents during the match." BNU's coach Bi Yan told the reporter that she also watched matches of other teams, "For next matches, we will make our tactics according to our opponents."