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Dhaka, September 23: For the first time in the history, the Bangladesh football team has achieved the excellence of women's football in South Asia. Since then captain Sabina Khatun and other players have been showered with praise. Sabina stepped into Satkhira for the first time after their SAAF win and received a warm welcome on arrival.
Dhaka, September 22: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has announced monetary awards to all the players of the Bangladesh women's football team in recognition of winning the title by defeating Nepal 3-1 in the SAFF Women's Championship.
Dhaka, September 21: The victorious women's football team received a warm welcome in Dhaka. After landing at the airport, State Minister for Sports Zahid Ahsan Russell MP welcomed the entire team by eating cake and wearing flower garlands.
Dhaka, October 14: In a heartbreak for the Bangladesh football team and its fans, the team lost a place in the SAFF Championship final after ending the match 1-1 against Nepal at the Male stadium on Wednesday. Nepal, trailing for 86 minutes, staged a comeback, following a controversial penalty chance, which they converted into a goal.
Dhaka, October 5: After a 1-0 win against Sri Lanka in the opening match of SAFF Championship, Bangladesh managed a point in the next fixture. Against India, Jamal Bhuyan and his managed a 1-1 draw on Monday.
Dhaka, October 2: Bangladesh started their SAFF Championship campaign with a 1-0 win against Sri Lanka at the Male National Stadium in Maldives on Friday.