In the final of the SAFF women’s championship, the Bangladeshi girls tasted the title for the first time after defeating the hosts Nepal by 3-1. And in this tournament, the highest scorer award was given to Bangladesh team leader Sabina Khatun.

Sabina single-handedly qualified for two hat-tricks in this year’s SAFF Championship tournament.

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Bangladesh played their first match against Maldives in the group stage. Sabina scored two goals that day. Bangladesh won by 3-0 goals. He completed the hat-trick in the second match against Pakistan. Bangladesh won that day with a margin of 6-0 goals. Chhotan’s students won 3-0 against India in their last match in the group stage. Sabina did not score.

In the semi-final, the leader of the Tigers once again shined. Completed his second hat-trick to win by a huge margin of 8-0 goals. However, Sabina did not see a goal in the final.

Bangladesh’s Sirat Jahan Sapna, India’s Anju Manong and Pakistan’s Nadia Khan have scored the second highest four goals in this tournament. And the third highest three goals scored by Indian star footballer Gras Dangmei.

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(19 September/MM)

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