In the final of the Women’s SAFF Championship, Bangladesh is fighting for the title dream against the hosts Nepal. In the game that started at 5:30 PM, the girls of Bangladesh scored a goal in the 14th minute. Second goal in 41 minutes.
Bangladesh is ahead by 2 goals
Experienced forward Sirat Jahan was worried about Sapna. After that apprehension, he was dropped in the first eleven. But after 10 minutes of falling in the mud, he felt pain again and was taken away. Shamsunnahar Jr. was brought into the field. He scored a goal after 4 minutes on the field and gave Bangladesh the lead.
The notable thing is that coach Golam Rabbani Choton used to field Rituparna Chakma instead of Swapna in the entire tournament; But today Shamsunnahar was brought to the field for the first time and he fought on the field. Became a super sub.
Captain Sabina got the ball from the counter attack in the 41st minute. From his pass, Krishna Rani Sarkar, who was standing in space in front of the goal post, got the ball and easily beat the Nepalese goalkeeper to score with a great placing shot.
When you enter all social media including Facebook, you see pictures of Bangladeshi girls and various comments about Women’s Saf Championship. Everyone congratulated the women’s football team in their own way.
Not only people from the football field, but also other sports and professional people were not left out of this list of good wishes. People have never seen such interest before any game.
The final of the Women’s Saf started in Kathmandu, Nepal at 5:30 pm Bangladesh time. Bangladesh and Nepal face each other in this historic final.
In the end, the experienced forward Sirat Jahan Sapna is in the final eleven. The head coach of the national women’s football team, Golam Rabbani Choton, has prepared the final team by keeping the eleven of the semi-finals unchanged.
Rupana Chakma under the goal post as usual. In front of him are four defenders Ankhi Khatun, Shiuli Azim, Shamsunnahar and Masura Parveen. Monika Chakma and Maria Manda in the midfield. Sabina Khatun, Sanjida Akhtar, Krishna Rani Sarkar and Sirat Jahan Sapna in attack.
The final of the 6th Women’s SAFF Championship between Bangladesh and Nepal will begin at Dasharath Rangshala Stadium in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal at 5:30 pm Bangladesh time. Nepal is playing the final for the fifth time.
Bangladesh is in the final for the second time. Whoever wins will be the first-ever champions of the South Asian women’s tournament. Private TV channel T-Sports will telecast the final live.
Rupana Chakma, Sabina Khatun, Shiuli Azim, Shamsunnahar, Ankhi Khatun, Masura Parveen, Monika Chakma, Sanjida Akhtar, Maria Manda, Krishna Rani Sarkar and Seerat Jahan Sapna (Shamsunnahar Jr.).