Bangladesh clinched the six-nation maiden SAFF U-18 Women's title with all-win record beating Nepal by 1-0 goal in the final at the Changlimithang Stadium in Thimphu of Bhutan on Sunday, reports UNB.
Masura Parvin scored the match-winner for Bangladesh at the 48th minute by a header from close, off a long free kick of his team mate (1-0) to score the 24th goal for Bangladesh in the just concluded meet.
This was the 2nd consecutive victory for Bangladesh team against Nepal in the ongoing SAFF Championship after beating the Himalayan nation by 2-1 goals in group match.
Siraj Jahan Shopna of Bangladesh was adjudged the highest scorer of the tournament scoring eight goals.
Bangladesh reached the final eliminating hosts Bhutan 4-0 goals in the 2nd semifinal last Friday while Nepal reached the final denying the South Asian giant India beating them by 3-1 goals in a penalty shootout in the 1st semifinal after 1-1 draw in the stipulated period and also in the extra time.
Meanwhile, president Abdul Hamid congratulated the girl's team over their victory.
In a message he said, "This victory will remain as a glittering start in our history and will take the country's football forward."