DT outclassed Sangbad 3-0 with player of the match and captain BM Fazley Rabbi Moon, Baizid Haque Joarder and Emdadul Islam scoring one each as the reigning champion ended their group stage campaign with maximum six points from two matches
Defending champion Dhaka Tribune swept into the Kool-Bangladesh Sports Journalists Association Media Cup Football Tournament 2019 quarter-final after finishing as Group E champion at the BFF artificial turf in Motijheel, Dhaka Thursday.
DT outclassed Sangbad 3-0 with player of the match and captain BM Fazley Rabbi Moon, Baizid Haque Joarder and Emdadul Islam scoring one each as the reigning champion ended their group stage campaign with maximum six points from two matches.
Tribune will lock horns with Bangla Vision in the last eight at the same venue Friday at 10:30am.
Meanwhile, Bangladesh Protidin, Jago News, The Daily Star, Channel i, Baishaki TV and Samakal also qualified for the quarters from their respective groups.
Bangladesh Protidin emerged as Group A winner after beating Jugantor 2-0, player of the match Sohag and Mahbub scoring one each.
In Group B, Jago topped the standing following their 4-1 win over Bangla Tribune, captain Moniruzzaman Ujjal leading the way with his second hat-trick of the tournament.
Reigning champion @DhakaTribune were off to a winning start in the Kool-Bangladesh Sports Journalists Association Media Cup Football as they beat Maasranga TV 3-2 at the BFF artificial turf in Motijheel Wednesday.https://t.co/REoIg7ITU1#BFF #FOOTBALL #DHAKATRIBUNE #DT #BSJA— Dhaka Tribune Sports (@Sport_DT) October 2, 2019
Saeed netted the other for the winning side while Rony bagged the consolation for BT.
Jago are in ominous form having scored half a dozen goals in their first match.
From Group C, The Daily Star confirmed a quarter-final berth following their 1-1 draw against Kaler Kantha.
Captain Samama got himself on the scoresheet for The Daily Star while player of the match Sakhawat netted for Kaler Kantho.
Channel i advanced to the last eight from Group D after beating Channel 24 3-0, Noufel, Milon and Arif scoring one apiece.
Baishakhi had already progressed from F so Thursday's stalemate between ETV and BSS was all but a mere formality.
BSS’ Pinto was adjudged player of the match.
Bangla Vision qualified from Group G, therefore rendering Thursday's match between Deepto TV and Daily Independent insignificant.
Deepto won 3-0 with player of the match Mirza bagging a brace and Mehedi scoring once.
In Group H, Samakal finished top after defeating Naya Diganta 2-1.
Borhan was named player of the match for his brace while Bayezid netted the consolation.
Former Bangladesh football team captain Hasanuzzaman Khan Bablu and former national footballer Sheikh Mohammad Aslam were present among others during the third day’s proceedings.
In the last eight clashes Friday, Bangladesh Protidin will take on The Daily Star, Jago will face Channel i and Baishakhi will face off against Samakal.