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Bangladesh lost by scoring a goal in the last period

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But overtime was not saved. Defender Mitchell Tarmanini got the ball from the head of the substitute Islam Bartan in the cross of Palestine defender Musab. Easily 1-0 in his placement.

The Palestinian team could not create such easy chances in the first half. But they tried. Bangladesh played several passes in the defensive third to create a way to take a shot at goal. Two shots were taken. But Mitul Marma was ready. Mitul made two good saves in this half.

44 minutes Jamal Bhuiyan through to score a goal. But Faisal Ahmed Fahim could not use it. His shot hits the Aguan goalkeeper. Apart from this attack, Bangladesh created dangerous situations at least 4-5 more times. But the goal could not be obtained from it. Once Faisal Ahmed's placement goes out. If Faisal could have been a little more prudent, the goal would not have been impossible. Apart from this, captain Jamal's two free-kicks went out. Bangladesh attacked in the same way in the second half. But what about that, goals must be scored. That goal was never seen again.

Javier Cabrera's XI for Kuwait's match against Palestine on March 21 was questioned. Tapu Burman was not the traditional centerback that day. Right back Bishwanath Ghosh is kept as center back. Bangladesh was defeated 5-0 in that match. This time, Bangladesh coach Javier Cabrera did not make a mistake. Made two changes to the XI for the return match in the World Cup qualifier against Palestine. Another traditional center back Shakil Hossain has been kept with Tapu Burman at center back.

Important changes were brought in midfield. Senior Sohail Rana was absent from the previous match due to a card ban. Today he returns in place of junior Sohail Rana. Junior Sohail Ranai wasted Bangladesh's best goal chance in the Kuwait match. Today, leaving him out, the coach chose the experienced Sohel Rana. Everything was fine, but the end was not good for Bangladesh. Palestine lost their seventh match in a row. The first match between the two teams was only a draw, that too in 2006.

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