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Phanti staged final, Bangladesh and Laos joint champions

The movie is about before the match. Captain Afsasala, captain of Bangladesh, Laos captain with Moushumi Photo: BFFF
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The final match of the 'Bangamata U-19 Women International Gold Cup' was scheduled to start at 6pm on Friday at the Bangabandhu National Stadium. However, the match did not make the ground due to the rain that started under the influence of cyclone Fanny. Ultimately, the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF), host of the tournament, declared the two champions Bangladesh and Laos as joint champions.

Today, on Friday evening, at 6pm, BFF Senior Vice President Abdus Salam Murshedi told reporters that all preparations for the final arrangements were in the Federation. But due to the situation of the cyclone, the decision was taken to cancel the final meeting with the organizing committee and the overall situation. The two teams of the final are being declared joint champions.

Earlier, in the group stage and the semi-finals, Laureus went on to win the final. The team scored 18 goals in total. After losing 5-0 goals to Mongolia in the group stage, they lost to Tajikistan 6-0. Laos's girls will make the final by defeating Kyrgyzstan 7-1 in the semi-finals. On the other hand, Bangladesh reached the semifinals, losing the United Arab Emirates 2-0 and Kyrgyzstan 2-1 in the group match. Bangladesh girls beat Mongolia 3-0 in the semi-finals to ensure the final.

In the final, the football fans had hoped for a fight. But this final match, not discussed in the field due to the cyclone, could not be made. The cyclone crosses the Odisha coast of India early this morning. The storm could cross the southwestern region of Bangladesh at midnight. Due to the storm, there has been heavy rains in the capital Dhaka since before noon. So BFF has decided not to organize the final match with the risk.
                

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