With a sweet memory of crushing Malaysia 6-0 in the first match, Bangladesh National Women's Football team will play their superior Malaysia National Women' s team again in the 2nd match of the two-match FIFA Tier-1 International Women's Football Series on Sunday (June 26).
The match will kick off at 6pm (Bangladesh Time) like the previous match at the Bir Sreshtho Shaheed Shipahi Mustafa Kamal Stadium in Kamalapur.
In a pre-match press conference at the BFF House on Saturday, Head Coach of Bangladesh team Golam Rabbani Choton said, "We played one match against them according to our plan, now we will try to give our full efforts to win the (next) match playing a better brand of football with the entire satisfaction of the fans."
Bangladesh captain Sabina Khatun said, "We a made a good start in the last match and finished it successfully , now our target is to entertain the football fans displaying a better game":
Replying to a question, Sabina said, "We are happy that our senior team made a good result, it is a big achievement of the national team rather than personal record."
Bangladesh Women's Football is playing two FIFA Int'l matches as a part of their preparations for the 2022 SAFF Women's Championship to be held in Nepal on August 12-24 and as well as to improve their FIFA ranking.
Ankhi Khatun struck two, Sabina Khatun, Sirat Jahan Swapna, Monica Chakma and Krishna Rani Sarkar scored one each for Bangladesh, which dominated the first half by 4-0 goal in the first match of the two-match series last Thursday.
With the days well merited victory,, Bangladesh team not only boost up their morale for the SAFF Women's Championship in Nepal but also took revenge of their 1-2 goal defeat against Malaysia in a three-nation invitational football tournament in Singapore in February, 2017.
Bangladesh script history by crushing 61 ranked upper Malaysian National Women's team by 6-0 goal in the first match of the two-match FIFA Tier-1 International Women's Football Series last Thursday (June 23) and to level head to head winning record 1-1 .
Ahead of the Sunday's match, touring Malaysian team made their practices at the Kamalapur Stadium Saturday morning while Bangladesh team took part in the swimming session at the hotel on Saturday cancelling the day's schedule practice session at the turf in the afternoon.