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Jockey Club Girls U-15 Football

Bangladesh thrash Iran 8-1

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Members of Bangladesh National Under-15 Women's Football team pose for photo after defeating Iran National Under-15 Women's Football team in their second match of the Jockey Club Girls International Youth Invitational Football Tournament at Siu Sai Wan

Sports Reporter :
Bangladesh National Under-15 Women's Football team thrashed Iran National Under-15 Women's Football team by 8-1 goals in their second match of the Jockey Club Girls International Youth Invitational Football Tournament at Siu Sai Wan Sports Ground in Hong Kong on Saturday.
Bangladesh led the first half by five goals to nil.
Tahura Khatun of Bangladesh put his team ahead in the first minute of the play.
Tahura doubled the margin in the 13th minute of the game.
Tahura fulfilled her hat-trick in the 29th minute of the clash.
After three minutes, Anai Mogini made it 4-0.
Shamsunnahar increased the tally into 5-0 in the extra-time before the lemon-break.
Shamsunnahar scored her second goal in the 63rd minute of the match.
After four minutes, Shamsunnahar fulfilled her hat-trick.
Anu Ching made it 8-0 in the 77th minute of the play.
Iran reduced the tally into 8-1 just before the final whistle.
Earlier, Bangladesh crushed Malaysia by 10-1 goals in their first match at the same venue on Friday last.
Bangladesh will take on hosts Hong Kong in their last match at the same venue today. 

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