Sherpur, Oct 27 (UNB) – Sabujshena defeated Sribordi Upazila Krira Sangstha by 1-0 goal in the Saif Power Battery Sherpur District Football League at Shaheed Daroga Ali Municipality Park ground on Saturday.
After a barren first half in the keenly contested match, forward Shamimur Rahman scored the match winner in the penultimate minute by a powerful shot from the right side of the box.
A total of 12 teams have been taking part in the league which started from October 25.
Dhaka, Oct 27 (UNB) – Touring Bangladesh will play hosts Tajikistan in their last Group D match of the AFC Under-19 Women's Championship Qualifiers on Sunday at Hisor Central Stadium in Dushanbe in Tajikistan.
Bangladesh have already eliminated from the four-team Group D after suffering two consecutive defeats against Asian giant South Korea by 0-7 goals and Chinese Taipei by 0-2 goals.
Bangladesh’s encounter against Tajikistan is nothing but to complete group fixture as only six champions and two best runners-up will play in the next round of the meet.
Ahead of the match against Tajikistan, Bangladeshi players took part in a recovery session at Gym on Saturday.
Masura Parvin recovering well from her ankle injury, Sebina and Krishna Rani Sarker continuing their preparation for the match as they are now available for the last and final match after suspension, according to a message received here from Bangladesh Football Federation.
All players will undertake a short excursion this afternoon before a team meeting and planning for tomorrow’s game.
Dhaka, Oct 27 (UNB) – Bangladesh reached the semifinal of the six-nation SAFF U-15 Championship with one match to spare eliminating the Maldives by huge 9-0 goals in their first appearance at ANFA Complex in Lalitpur of Nepal on Saturday.
With the day’s humiliation, the Maldives eliminated from the meet with two successive defeats including 0-4 goals against hosts Nepal last Thursday.
With the day’s well merited victory, Bangladesh team dominated Group A table securing full three points from the first match with better goal margin of 9-0.
Nepal, which also assured the semifinal berth from the group, followed Bangladesh neck and neck also by securing full three points from one match, but went down due to poor goal margin of 4-0.
Touring Bangladesh will play Nepal on Monday (Oct 29) to decide the Group A champions.
Both the semifinals will be held on November 1 while the final match will commence on November 3 at 3:30 pm at the same venue.
In the day’s first match against the Maldives, Nihad Jaman made a hat-trict scoring four goals in the 11th, 19th, 23rd and 48th minutes, Rasel Ahmed struck twice in the 47th and 66th minutes, Ashiqur Rahman netted two in the 80th and 95th minutes while Mehedi Hassan netted the remaining goal in the 44th minute.
A good member of Bangladeshis thronged at the stadium to cheer for their team.
In the day’s other match, Pakistan topped the Group B list with all-win record collecting full six points from two matches outplaying Bhutan by 4-0 goals after beating their arch-rival India by 2-1 goals in the opening match on Thursday morning.
Earlier on Tuesday, a 32-member Bangladesh U-15 Football team reached Nepal to participate in the SAFF U-15 Championship where all the South Asian teams, except Sri Lanka are taking part.
Dhaka, Oct 26 (UNB) – Bangladesh have failed to qualify for the AFC Under-19 Women's Championship 2019 with their second successive loss in the four-team Group-D Qualifiers as they lost by 0-2 goals to Chinese Taipei at Hisor Central Stadium in Dushanbe, Tajikistan on Friday.
Bangladesh started their campaign in the qualifiers round conceding a 0-7 loss against two-time champions South Korea on October 24 and will wrap up an unsuccessful mission, taking on hosts Tajikistan in their last match on October 28.
Chinese Taipei found Bangladesh’s net once in each half with forward Lin Hsin-Hui scored first in the 44th minute while another forward Fw Chen Hsiu-Wen doubled the margin in the 51st minute.