Pakistan whip Bangladesh

Bangladesh were whipped 0-8 by Pakistan in the fifth spot concluding match of the Asia Cup Hockey in Jakarta, Indonesia on Wednesday.

Pakistan, positioned eighteenth on the planet, was the number one to dominate the game. Bangladesh, positioned 27th, couldn’t advance any genuine battle against the Asian adversaries and needed to make due with the 6th spot.

For Pakistan, Mubashir Ali scored a support while Rizwan Ali, Afraz, Abdul Shahid, Umar Bhutta, Ajaz Ahmed and Ghazanfar Ali tracked down the rear of the net one time each.

Bangladesh surrendered one objective in every one of the initial two quarters. In any case, things diverted desperate for Bangladesh from that point, as they surrendered six objectives in the leftover two quarters.

Rizwan opened the scoring for Pakistan in the eleventh moment from a punishment corner. Mubashir then scored two times in the sixteenth and 32nd moment. Afraz made it 4-0 in the 39th moment. After three minutes, Shahid made it 5-0.
Pakistan commander Umar scored in the 48th moment. Ajaz joined the party for Pakistan in the 53rd moment and Ghazanfar hit the last sign of Bangladesh’s eventual demise as of now of the game.

This is Bangladesh’s fifth consecutive loss to Pakistan in hockey. As of late, Bangladesh hockey group has gained ground in the rankings with prevails upon equivalent strength groups. Be that as it may, they are attempting to contend with higher positioned sides.

Bangladesh had before experienced 1-6 and 1-8 losses against South Korea and Malaysia separately.