The last match of the futsal competition was held in Malaysia

Futsal Tournament-2022 Organized by “Youth Bengal Club” Malaysia was held in Malaysia to fortify the obligation of congruity in the diaspora and increment the feeling of fraternity among all.

BDFC Malaysia brought home the championship by overcoming International Islamic University 3-2 in the last match held at KSL Indoor Stadium in Kuala Lumpur Stapak on Sunday (July 17) nearby time.

Something other than playing in a 30-minute battle, the objective was to reinforce the obligations of companionship in banishment. Antar scored 1 objective following 5 minutes in the primary half for International Islamic University and midfielder Saif Uddin scored for BDFC Malaysia following 8 minutes. Saif Uddin scored one more objective in 12 minutes or less. BDFC went into the break with a 2-1 lead.

IIUM expanded its hostile edge from the very outset of the final part. The game was warmed on the counter-assault. At such at such critical times a fall in cadence. Only one moment before the finish of the game, IIUM’s protector Fahim scored a self destruction objective while halting the assault of BDFC Malaysia footballers. What’s more, with that, BDFC Malaysia left the field with a 3-2 win. Saif Uddin scored two objectives for BDFC Malaysia and Antar scored two objectives for International Islamic University.

IIUM’s Antar Wins Player Of The Tournament Award And BDFC’s Saif Wins Man Of The Final Award

Afterward, the main visitor of the occasion, Mia Mohammad Kiamuddin, First Secretary, Passport and Visa Wing, Bangladesh High Commission in Malaysia, gave over the top dog prize to the triumphant group.

likewise exhort sportspersons to include themselves in different games and social exercises to keep up with great psychological well-being other than turning out vigorously professionally.
Toward the finish of the game, the top dog prize was given to the triumphant group and peaks and awards were introduced to the players of both the groups.

Mustafa Imran Raju, an individual from the coordinator ‘Youth Bengal Club’, said, We have coordinated such a game plan to reinforce the scaffold between the ostracize players. It is ideal to have the option to coordinate a wonderful occasion with the assistance of everybody. He said thanks to every one of the people who upheld in different ways, particularly the people who supported NZ World Travels, KM Cargo, Pithaghar, Abul Kalam Sporting Club, Eight Square, Ilma Service Group.

Ali Haider Mitu, Dulal Ahmed and Nahid Munshi, the main facilitator of the competition, were available at that point. A sum of 16 groups took part in this two-day game directed by nearby refs and 31 matches were played.