Hun Sen Cup semi-finals, making a mockery of my pre-match prediction. Preah Khan will be cock-a-hoop after their 4-0 success with Golden Boot awardee Khuon Laboravy netting twice in the 2nd half after goals from Sam El Nasa and Sok Rithy had given them the interval lead. It was a pretty dull affair but you won't find PKR worrying too much about that. To be honest I kept nodding off during the game and it was all PKR after Sam El Nasa bent down low to head in a Tum Saray cross after just three minutes. Naga made two changes before the interval but to no avail as Sok Rithy headed PKR two-up three minutes before the interval, nodding in a Prak Mony Udom free-kick. Khuon Laboravy had a quiet first-half but he came alive after the break as Naga got tired and left themselves exposed at the back. Lay Raksmey sent Laboravy away and he whacked in his 2oth goal of the Hun Sen Cup competition on 68 minutes. Twelve minutes later he was on his bike again, outpacing everyone else and firing past Mak Theara for goal number 21. Moments earlier he had a perfectly good goal chalked off by a linesman who wasn't up with play. The final action of the day involved Rithy, who pulled back Chim Chom as he broke through, but stayed on the pitch as the referee incredulously produced only a yellow card. Naga hit the bar with the final kick of the game but by then they were well and truly demoralized and well-beaten.