Nepali heros shine in AFC Solidarity Cup; Nepal reaches to finale eliminating Laos by 3-0

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Kathmandu / Nov 12: Nepal made it to the finals of the AFC solidarity Cup football championship, edging Laos 3-0 in a match played today at the Negeri Stadium in Kuching, Malaysia. The match was decided through penalty shoot-out.

Goalkeeper Kiran Kumar Limbu helped Nepal secure a win by saving two penalty kicks from the opponent Laos players.

Likewise, another shot from a Laos player was charged beyond the goalpost. As for Nepali team, all three players Heman Gurung, Bikram Lama and Sujal Shrestha did not miss the target.

Before ending up in a tiebreaker, the two teams played a 2-2 draw in the stipulated 90 minutes and extra time.

Laos started on a high spirit, scoring an opening goal in the 18th minute of the first half. However, Nepal equalised when Bimal Gharti Magar scored a head goal in the 47th minute of the second half. Magar made use of a pass from Bharat Khawas to turn it into a score.

Likewise, Ananta Tamang from the Nepali team had cheered up entire Nepali audiences and football supporters by registering a second head goal in the 104th minute in extra time, leading the game 2-1.

However, Nepal’s hope was shattered shortly when Laos scored a goal just three minutes before whistle, ending the match at a 2-2 draw.

Meanwhile, Macau will take on Brunei on Tuesday in the semi-final. Nepal will play against the winner for the winner title. RSS

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