China, Iran and Uzbekistan preferred to remain tight-lipped about their teams’ chances for the Asian Cup Football Finals scheduled for July 7-29.
The international conference "Women and Sport" gathered over 50 young leader athletes, aged between 18 and 35, as well as specialists from different sport and social organizations, and disable young leaders who shared the operational experience in the sphere of women’s participation in sport from Myanmar, Malaysia, Latvia, Chili, Kazakhstan, Chinese Taipei, Kenya, Iran, Guatemala, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. Participation in this conference gave participants a chance to show, share, and further develop their leader potential.
Uzbekistan will face against second-seeded India in the quarterfinals of World Junior Cup Asia-Oceania under-14 girls tennis championship on Friday.
Rodrigo scored twice as Al Hilal moved within touching distance of a place in the last eight of the AFC Champions League with a 2-0 win against Pakhtakor at King Fahad International Stadium on Wednesday.
Uzbekistan’s Neftchi handed Qatar champions Al Sadd their third AFC Champions League defeat this season as they claimed a 2-1 victory at Fergana Stadium on Wednesday.
Group C leaders Neftchi enter Wednesday’s match against Al Sadd without either of their first-choice strikers but coach Yuri Sarkisyan believes that his team have enough firepower to down the Qatari side and cement their place at the top of the group.
Al Hilal have received a lift ahead of their crucial Group B showdown against Pakhtakor with Yasser Al Qahtani, Mohammed Al Shlhoub and Tareq El Taib back in training after recovering from injuries.
Uzbekistan U-15 claimed a trophy in international football tournament in Ukraine, which was attended by ten teams from Ukraine, Russia and Uzbekistan.
Neftchi continued their fine unbeaten run in the Uzbekistan League with a 2-1 win over Metallurg in the sixth round recently.