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Saad Uddin aspirant about home match against India

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Saad Uddin aspirant about home match against India
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Saad Uddin, one of the forwards of Bangladesh national football team, is very hopeful to earn full three points against India in their home match to be held on November 12.

Bangladesh, who have already played four matches (three at away venues and one in home ground), left as many matches to play of the World Cup 2022 and the Asian Cup joint qualifying competitions.

In their last four matches, the one against India was very much momentous for the team when they narrowly missed the victory despite leading the match up to 88 minutes off stipulated 90 minutes time. It was unfortunate for the Bangladesh side to concede a goal to share points with one all draw. 

Saad Uddin was the hero for Bangladesh in that match who led the team early in the second half. The partner of key striker Nabib Newaz Jibon expects to earn full three points in home venue against India. 

Saad, when talking to the media of the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) through online on Saturday, expressed high hopes about his contribution with scoring goal to win the home match. 

Saad said, “All the home matches are very much important for us and the match against India will be very excited, we are highly cautious about the match, we will be prepared well to win the match.” 

“For my part, I will try my best to repeat my effort, as I scored a goal to lead the team in Kolkata against the crowds of 65/70 thousands at the Salt Lake Stadium,” Saad said about his thrilling strike. 

“Both the squads in Kolkata were strong, if we would have same squad in home ground and could perform as we did last few matches, I believe we could win the match. But it would be very hard match. We will try to earn full three points in our home ground,” he continued.

“I also think that it may be 50-50 chances for both sides, but we will obviously try to seize the home advantage,” Saad said.

Meanwhile, the FIFA and AFC, after calling off the matches due to Covid-19 pandemic in March, announced the fresh schedule last month to hold the matches in October and November when Bangladesh will play the home matches against Afghanistan on October 8, Oman on November 17, apart from taking India on November 12.

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