Under-15 girls cherish big win

Staff Correspondent | Published: 00:00, Aug 11,2018

 
 

Bangladesh Under-15 women’s football team players jog during a training session near the Army Basketball ground in Olakha, Thimpu on Friday. — BFF photo

Bangladesh Under-15 women’s football team on Friday were in jovial mood after crushing Pakistan 14-0 in the SAFF U-15 Women’s Championship-2018 in Bhutan.
Goalkeeper Mahmuda Akhter, who was the least busy person during the one-sided game, said they were looking forward to their next match against Nepal on Monday.
‘We are very happy after winning the first match against Pakistan by big margin, because our team played a tremendous match,’ said Mahmuda.
‘Now we are thinking for the second match to win against Nepal in a good style. Next match we all will give our full effort in the match to win the match,’ she added.
Midfielder Monika Chakma, who scored one goal in the previous match, expressed her happiness and reassured that they want to go the next round as the group champions.
‘First match we win in a big margin, I myself very happy & next match,’ said Monika, who was among the scorers.
‘I will give more effort to win the match and we want to be the group champions in the group stage,’ she added.
The Bangladeshi girls did not relax despite their big win and had three training sessions on Friday, which included walking, stretching and running.
They will face Nepal in their second match of the tournament at the Chalimithang Stadium in Thimphu on Monday.

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