Sabinara on the way to Bafuf by open-top bus

Sabinara on the way to Bafuf by open-top bus
Sabinara on the way to Bafuf by open-top bus

A group of women on the way to Bafuf in an open-top bus. Photo: Collected

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A group of women on the way to Bafuf in an open-top bus. Photo: Collected

Bangladeshi girls have made history in SAFF Championship. The girls beat hosts Nepal to win the crown of excellence in the region. An open-top bus has been arranged to make the champion girls return home with the trophy. Sabina-Sanjidara left for the Bangladesh Football Federation (BAFFE) from the airport in this open-top bus.

Gholam Rabbani Chotan’s team set foot in Dhaka on Wednesday afternoon. After landing in Dhaka, they received floral greetings at the airport. Minister of State for Youth and Sports Zahid Ahsan Russel, officials of Bangladesh Football Federation and representatives from various circles welcomed the girls.

Then Sabina Khatun came in front of reporters at the airport before the joy ride in the open-top bus. Holding up the trophy, the captain said, ‘Thank you very much to everyone. To welcome us like this. This trophy is for the people of our country. The success we’ve had in the last four years is all in it.’

After the press conference, the team left for Bafuf by an open-top bus at around 3:30 p.m. They were welcomed by a band playing outside the airport.

From the airport Sabinader Chadkhola bus will reach Bafufe Bhavan via Airport, Kakli, PM Office, Vijay Sarani Flyover, Tejgaon, Mogbazar via Mouchak-Kakrail-Fakirapul-Motijheel. After that, President Kazi Salahuddin will welcome the players at Bafufe Bhavan in Motijheel.

Bangladesh women’s team beat Nepal 3-1 in the SAFF final on Monday. Bangladesh scored two goals in the first half of the final at Dasharath Rangshala Stadium in Kathmandu. And got the third goal at the end of the second half. Shamsunnahar Junior scored one goal and Krishna Rani Sarkar scored two goals each.


The article is in Bengali

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