The reigning champions of Bangladesh have once again proved their dominance in the Bangabandhu Cup International Kabaddi, maintaining their perfect winning streak as they emerged victorious over Nepal with a resounding score of 40-24. The thrilling match took place at the Shaheed Nur Hossain Volleyball Stadium on Thursday, and captivated the audience with Bangladesh’s skill and determination. The team, led by Tuhin Tarafder, showcased an impressive display of aggression and tactical gameplay, as Nepal posed a much stronger challenge compared to their previous adversaries, Poland and Argentina. This third consecutive win has propelled Bangladesh to the top of Group A, accumulating nine points in the process, and placing them in a prime position to advance to the coveted last four.
In an exhilarating display of skill and strategy, the Bangladesh team showcased a cautious yet effective approach in notching regular points from raids while remaining watchful in defense during their recent match. Tuhin was a standout performer, expertly eluding Nepali defenders and securing multiple points. The duo of Al Amin and Razib, known for their long legs, consistently kept the scoreboard ticking with their exceptional raids. Bangladesh’s measured approach paid off as they established a comfortable lead, finishing the first half at 21-9. As a testament to his performance, Russell was declared the man of the match. As the competition intensifies, Bangladesh is set to face England for their fourth match on Friday at 2pm. In other exciting match results, Kenya celebrated their first victory after defeating Indonesia 65-33, and Thailand continued their winning streak by besting Malaysia 25-14 in their third consecutive win.