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BD girls go over moon with big win against Kyrgyzstan in AFC qualifier

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 BD girls go over moon with big win against Kyrgyzstan in AFC qualifier

Bangladesh girls maintained their romping stance with a thumping 10-0 win over Kyrgyzstan to book a third straight victory in the AFC Under-16 Women`s Champions qualifiers.

The win comes after an easy 3-0 victory over Iran in the opener which was followed by a 5-0 rout of Singapore in their last match.

A hat-trick from captain Krishna Rani, braces from forward Anuching Mogini and defender Shamsunnahar and a goal each from Maria Manda, Marzia and Nargis Khatun buoyed Bangladesh in registering the win by the biggest margin in the group.

The home crowd enjoyed familiar scenes on Wednesday evening as Bangladesh put up another imperious display with the majority of their touches coming around Kyrgyzstan area.

In the first Group-C match of the day, leaders Chinese Taipei hammered Singapore 9-0 before Iran eased past the United Arab Emirates with a 5-0 win in the second at the Bangabandhu National Stadium.

Bangladesh will take on Chinese Taipei in their next match on Saturday evening.

Aug 31, 2016

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