Team Nepal won Team India to reach the finals


Team Nepal has advanced to the final of the sixth Women’s SAFF Championship after beating India. On Friday, Nepal beat India 1-0 at Dasharath Stadium in Tripureshwar.

Team Nepal has advanced to the finals of the SAFF U-20 Women’s Championship, which is currently taking place in Bangladesh.

Nepal advanced to the final after defeating India 3-1 on Tuesday at Dhaka’s Bir Shrestha Shahid Sepahi Mustofa Kamal Stadium.

Team Nepal won thanks to goals from Anjali Chand, Priti Rai, and Amisha Karki.

India’s Narjari scored the winning goal.

Nepal beat India after overcoming a one-goal deficit.

Najali Narjari scored the game’s first goal in the 20th minute, giving India an early lead.

Nepal, on the other hand, returned to the game in the second half.

Anjali Chand scored in the 48th minute of the game to tie the game at 1-1.

Captain Priti Rai converted a penalty in the 69th minute of the game, giving Nepal a 2-1 lead.

Then, in the 89th minute, Amisha Karki scored to give Nepal a 3-1 win.

Nepal now has 6 points after three games. Nepal has also gone to the top of the rankings.

India is in second place with four points after three matches. India is also quite likely to make the final.

However, India must await the outcome of the match between Bhutan and Bangladesh.

Bangladesh is in third place with four points. Bhutan is still without a point.

The competition included Nepal, the host country Bangladesh, India, and Bhutan.

The tournament’s top two teams will play for the title in a round-robin format.

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