Bashundhara girls won all their 12 matches with maximum 36 points
Newly crowned Bashundhara Kings concluded their maiden Women’s Football League campaign with the same dominance that they have maintained throughout as they thrashed Uttar Bango 14-0 Wednesday riding on five-goal haul from captain Sabina Khatun.
Bashundhara girls won all their 12 matches with maximum 36 points while netting a total of 119 goals. On the other hand, Sabina Khatun extends the record of most goals scored in a single competition to 35 by smashing hat-trick of hat-tricks in last three matches.
Nasrin Sports Academy, who ensured second-place, defeated Jamalpur Kacharipara Akadas by 5-1 on the same day to earn 27 points with a game in hand. They scored a total of 44 goals the fact clearly illustrates the difference between the top two teams.
Sabina completed her hat-trick in the first half before adding only one after break. Krishna Rani Sarkar and Sheuli Azim also netted a treble each while Tohura Khatun added two more.
The third edition of women’s league that rolled back after seven years will be concluded on Sunday next week.