Dhaka Metropolis School XI emerged champions in the JFA Cup U-15 football contest with the 4-2 win over Tangail in the tiebreaker after law time finished 1-1 during the Bangabandhu National Stadium yesterday.
Jewel Rana put Tangail forward in the 3rd notation of the compare with the fantastic dipping shot from outward the risk section prior to Zahid leveled the domain with the side-volley in the 32nd minute. The rest of the law time unsuccessful to furnish the decider as Tangail goalkeeper Akash done dual shining diving saves in the second half to take the diversion to the true shootout.
Dhaka Metropolis School XI, comprising the most appropriate players of assorted schools of Dhaka city, enjoyed the lion’s share of receive though were denied due to the little shining fortifying from the Tangail backline. However, Tangail’s intrepid efforts were dismantled in the shootout as dual of their shots unsuccessful to find the target.
Tangail manager Atiqur Rahman Khan Jamil was confident with the opening of his boys though lifted questions about the fact of together with the organisation which is nurtured by the BFF coaching staff.
“From the unequivocally beginning, the boys feared teams similar to Dhaka Metropolis School XI as good as BKSP, though you am happy with the approach they played around the contest as good as reached the final as good as became runners-up,” pronounced Jamil adding which customarily the district teams should be given the eventuality in the JFA Cup.
“Dhaka Metropolis School XI were given the eventuality to exam their alleviation following the ask from the BFF School Committee, which has been nursing the organisation after picking them from the Dhaka Metropolis School Tournament,” pronounced BFF technical executive BA Jubair Nipu.
“Our boys were underneath effect in the final as good as could not fool around good due to the miss of preparation. But in the end, it is the immeasurable feat to spin champions,” pronounced BFF manager Jabid Hossain Apu.
Dhaka Metropolis School XI, notwithstanding carrying the tip palm in the game, found it tough to mangle the backline of Tangail. On the pick hand, Tangail gambled with the lineup as they didn’t proceed with dual of their most appropriate players — striker Ilias as good as midfielder Rana — the pierce which clearly did not work.
Before the final Ilias was the centre of all courtesy as he struck 8 goals together with dual hattricks in 4 matches, though unsuccessful to infer his sharpened skills after entrance off the dais in the 25th minute.
“I do not know given the manager kept me out of the starting eleven. If you were given the start, you competence have played better,” pronounced Ilias, who is forgetful of securing the place in the BFF age-level organisation after apropos the tip scorer of the tournament.
Abid of Dhaka Metropolis School XI was declared the player of the tournament.