Dhaka, October 8: Burma
lost their last match to Oman
by 3-1 competing yesterday at the Bangladesh KriraShikhaProtishthan (BKSP) ground
at and secured fourth position in
5 nations U-21 Challenge Cup invitational hockey tournament.
The winners lid the first half by 2-1 with Al-Kulaibi and Al-Hasani scoring one
each in the 15the and 29th minutes respectively, while Yan
Myo Naing scored one for Burma
just a minute before the short whistle.
Al-Raisi sealed the victory in the
54th minute for Oman.
The U-21 Challenge Cup five nation hockey tournament organised by Bangladesh Hockey Federation (BHF) was kicked
off on September 30. In the first game of the tournament Burma
lost the host, Bangladesh,
3-0. In the second game, Burma
lost to India
7-0. Burma won
the third game over Afghanistan,
5 - 1. The fourth game that Burma
played at on the 6th of October,
it lost to Oman
by a solitary goal.
finished fourth in five nation competitions yesterday losing Oman
3-1 at the place-deciding match at the BKSP.
left Dhaka at
on Thursday as the first team, while Omanare scheduled to leave Dhaka
today morning and Afghanistan
will leave on Saturday.
moved into the final of the five-nation tournament after finishing first and
second in the league phase.
The U-21 Challenge Cup hockey tournament final between hosts
Bangladesh and India
yesterday was postponed due to the heavy rain.
Bangladesh Hockey Federation has rescheduled the final today
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