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Bangladesh is thinking about the Pakistan match by putting off the ‘celebration’

Bangladesh is thinking about the Pakistan match by putting off the ‘celebration’
Bangladesh is thinking about the Pakistan match by putting off the ‘celebration’

However, heavy exercise was not done. Running, stretching, light exercise – they completed the preparation. The Bangladesh coach has worked a little on those who did not play in the Maldives match. The girls were also in a good mood. A few people are running in a corner of the field, and nearby Sabina Khatun and Ankhi Khatun are making a small mess and gossiping. After a light practice, Krishna Rani Sarkar stepped into the role of a photographer – a scene seen most of the time.

The Maldives match is the reason why the decision to rest and fall into preparation! With three points, the SAFF Championship has got the satisfaction of auspicious start, but the dissatisfaction of the coach remains for not getting more goals. Chhotan did not want to sit down completely with the Pakistan match ahead of him.

The players also understood the coach’s attitude after the Maldives match. Sabina-Mariara spoke about the Maldives match in the tone of preparation, it became clear that they are not taking this victory for granted! Captain Sabina said that they will celebrate after achieving the goal.

“There is nothing to celebrate…if you want to celebrate after winning against Maldives, how will it be done? We are happy to have won the first match, but it is not yet time to masti. Our goal has not been achieved yet. If we win the semi-final then we will celebrate.”

Maria Manda thinks the same. Setting the tone in midfield in the Maldives match, the 19-year-old midfielder was also the source of the attack for Masura Parveen’s goal. He also does not want to be swept away by the complacency of a victory.

“Honestly…as we have our second match against Pakistan, there’s no point in getting too happy right now. We will be happy after playing two matches.”

Masura, who scored a goal in the Maldives match, explained in a few words that the team has reserved the celebration for the big occasion.

“The win against Maldives…wasn’t celebrated like that, I’ll do it after the goal.”

Bangladesh will play their second match in the group stage against Pakistan at Dashrath Stadium in Kathmandu on Saturday to fulfill their primary goal of playing in the semi-finals. Team manager Amirul Islam Babu said that in last night’s team meeting, there was more discussion about the Pakistan match than the victory of the Maldives match.

The article is in Bengali

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