- Michael Udebuluzor (10', 16')
- Shinichi Chan (28')
- Tenzin Norbu (35' OG)
- Vasudeva Das4
- Fernando Baiano12
Hong Kong Stadium
1:00 PM, 12 October 2023
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
- Razlan Joffri Ali
Match ends, Hong Kong, China 4, Bhutan 0.
Second Half ends, Hong Kong, China 4, Bhutan 0.
Substitution, Hong Kong, China. Sun Ming Him replaces Michael Udebuluzor.
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