Nine-man Bangladesh concede 91st-minute winner against India in SAFF U18 Championship Final

September 30, 2019

In the Saff U-18 Championship fabulous finale where Bangladesh U-18 football crew surrendered a difficult 2-1 defeat against their Indian counterparts, regardless of playing somewhat less than an hour with nine men.

Bangladesh started the game in the most exceedingly terrible conceivable way as India proceeded in simply the second minute through Vikram Pratap Singh.

Both the teams were then decreased to 10 men after a skirmish following a Bangladesh foul on an Indian player at the focal point of the field.

Bangladesh’s Mohammad Ridoy and India’s Gurkeerat Singh gotten their walking orders after the two teams settled down after the official’s mediation.

The force at that point swung Bangladesh’s way when skipper Yeasin Arafat acquired parity the 40th minute. Yeasin, however, observed a subsequent yellow card in the wake of lifting his pullover and covering his head to leave Bangladesh with nine men.

In spite of taking care of business not as much as India, Bangladesh battled valiantly till the end, enrolling one assault after another and opposing the resistance’s dangers, before debacle struck right at the death.

When it appeared the regulation time would end 1-1, India’s Givson Singh discovered the back of the net, starting wild festivals in the burrow.

It was second time unfortunate for the youthful booters in red and green as they additionally wrapped sprinters up in the past release in 2017.

The most significant player of the competition while three players — India’s Gurkirat Singh and Bangladeshi pair Tanbir Hossain and Foysal Ahmed — shared the top scorer grant with two goals each.


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