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Indian girls lose in final of SAFF U-15 football meet

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Dhaka: Members of Indian Women's U-15 team Monika Devi, Pratiksha Lakra, Susmita Tanty, Pakpi Devi, Pavithra Murugesan, Shilky Devi, Bannaya Kabiraj, Santhiya, Kritina, Sunita Munda and Priyanka Devi in Dhaka on Dec 17, 2017. India outclassed Bhutan 3-0 in the opener of the inaugural edition of the SAFF U-15 Championship being held at the Mohammad Mostofa Kamal Stadium in Dhaka, Bangladesh today. India will next face Nepal on December 19. (Photo: IANS) by .
Dhaka: Members of Indian Women's U-15 team Monika Devi, Pratiksha Lakra, Susmita Tanty, Pakpi Devi, Pavithra Murugesan, Shilky Devi, Bannaya Kabiraj, Santhiya, Kritina, Sunita Munda and Priyanka Devi in Dhaka on Dec 17, 2017. India outclassed Bhutan 3-0 in the opener of the inaugural edition of the SAFF U-15 Championship being held at the Mohammad Mostofa Kamal Stadium in Dhaka, Bangladesh today. India will next face Nepal on December 19. (Photo: IANS)

India went down 0-1 against hosts Bangladesh in the final of the SAFF Under-15 Women’s Championship … reports Asian Lite News.

Dhaka: Members of Indian Women's U-15 team Monika Devi, Pratiksha Lakra, Susmita Tanty, Pakpi Devi, Pavithra Murugesan, Shilky Devi, Bannaya Kabiraj, Santhiya, Kritina, Sunita Munda and Priyanka Devi in Dhaka on Dec 17, 2017. India outclassed Bhutan 3-0 in the opener of the inaugural edition of the SAFF U-15 Championship being held at the Mohammad Mostofa Kamal Stadium in Dhaka, Bangladesh today. India will next face Nepal on December 19. (Photo: IANS) by .
Dhaka: Members of Indian Women’s U-15 team. (Photo: IANS)

India went down 0-1 against hosts Bangladesh in the final of the SAFF Under-15 Women’s Championship here on Sunday.

In a closely contested game Shamsun Nahar’s individual brilliance is what took the game away from India. Her strike in the 41st minute was the sole differentiator between the two sides.

After blanking out Bhutan and Nepal, India had lost to Bangladesh in the group stages. But a much improved performance was on display by the eves. Despite the showing India fell short as the hosts bagged the title.