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Nepali Football Team to Play A Friendly Match with Bangladesh!

The friendly match will pave the way for the selection of the FIFA World Cup second round.
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Nepali Football Team to Play A Friendly Match with Bangladesh!

Nepali national football team left for Dhaka to play a friendly match with Bangladesh national football team on November 13 and 17. The friendly match will pave the way for the selection of the FIFA World Cup second round.

The All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) had bid a farewell to the 34-member team at the Tribhuvan University International Airport on November 05, 2020.

The ANFA has selected eight new players for the 34-member team in place of regular national players who tested positive for COVID-19. In addition, national player Rohit Chand was also dropped from the team due to an injury.

Nepali National Football Team:

Main Players Additional Players
Ajit Bhandari Navayug Shrestha
Ananta Tamang Pujan Uparkoti
Anjan Bista Ranjit Dhimal
Arik Bista Ravi Paswan
Bharat Khawas Saroj Dahal
Bikas Khawas Sesehang Aangdembe
Bikram Lama Suvas Gurung
Bimal Rana Sujal Shrestha
Bishal Shrestha Suman Aryal
Darshan Gurung Tej Tamang
Deep Karki Tshering Gurung
Dilen Loktan
George Prince Karki
Kiran Chemjong

Bal Gopal Maharjan is the main coach, Kiran Shrestha is the assistant coach, and Bikas Malla is the goalkeeper trainer for Nepal.

Nepal National Football Team

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This will be the first match for Nepal against Bangladesh after the SAF Championship in 2018. In the match, Nepal had won over Bangladesh.

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