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Bangladesh crush Thailand in Asian Games Hockey Qualifiers

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Bangladesh crushed Thailand by 5-0 goals in their first Pool-A match of the Asian Games Hockey Qualifiers at Muscat, the capital city of Oman on Friday night.
Sarwar Hossain put his team ahead in the 10th minute of the clash.
Hasan Jubaer Niloy doubled the margin in the 26th minute of the game.
Milon Hossain made it 3-0 in the 35th minute of the play.
Roman Sarker increased the tally into 4-0 in the 47th minute of the encounter.
Mamunur Rahman Chayan sealed the fate of the match (5-0) in the 51st minute of the match.
Today Bangladesh will take on Hong Kong in their second Pool-A match at the same venue.

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