|Full name||Tsagaantsooj Enkhtur|
|Date of birth||October 17, 1970|
|Place of birth||Mongolia|
Tsagaantsooj Enkhtur (born 17 October 1970) is a Mongolian international footballer. He made his first appearance for the Mongolia national football team in 2000.
|1||28 February 2000||Pakhtakor Markaziy Stadium, Tashkent, Uzbekistan||Uzbekistan|
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