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And finally… double-miss of the week

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 The Guizhou Renhe forwards didn’t do their team any favours in their recent 3-2 home defeat to Guangzhou Evergrade. If the first miss doesn’t leave you baffled as to how quite he manages it, the second certainly will…

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