Shaikh Salman reiterates the AFC’s support towards FA Maldives
Manama: AFC President Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa met with the Football Association of Maldives (FAM) President Bassam Adeel Jaleel on Sunday to discuss the areas in which to strengthen the spirit of partnership between the AFC and the FAM in bringing to life the common ambitions for a better and brighter future for the Asian football family.
Shaikh Salman hailed the efforts of the FAM in developing the growth of the game in the country and acknowledged the participation of Maldives in regional and Continental competitions, and its continued cooperation with football authorities in Asia and across the world.
AFC Women's Asian Cup India 2022 Qualifiers - Group B: Tajikistan firmly in the race with win over Maldives
Dushanbe: Group hosts Tajikistan put themselves in contention for a place at the AFC Women’s Asian Cup India 2022 Finals with a commanding 4-0 win over the Maldives at Central Republican Stadium on Sunday.
The result means Tajikistan will qualify for their first ever continental Finals if they win Wednesday’s group decider against Vietnam, who registered a 16-0 win in their outing against the Maldives on Thursday.
Pezzaiuoli praises Bengaluru youngsters after AFC Cup win over Maziya S&R
Male: Head coach Marco Pezzaiuoli was full of praise for JSW Bengaluru FC after their emphatic 6-2 win over Maldives’ Maziya S&R in Group D of the 2021 AFC Cup at the Maldives National Stadium on Tuesday.
Bengaluru dominated from the start to lead 3-0 up at half-time, before Maziya found the net twice but the Indian Super League side powered to victory as Pezzaiuoli's side finished third in the standings with four points with Maziya ending their campaign with three defeats.
Group D: Bengaluru FC power past Maziya S&R to close AFC Cup challenge on high note
Male: JSW Bengaluru FC concluded their 2021 AFC Cup Group D campaign with a resounding 6-2 win over Maldives' Maziya Sports & Recreation on Tuesday.
With the hosts having not picked up any points going into the game, and India's Bengaluru only taking a point and scoring no goals, this match represented an opportunity to showcase their credentials without the pressure of getting a result, and the Karnataka-based side duly delivered.
Maziya S&R, Bengaluru target winning end to AFC Cup campaign
Male: India's JSW Bengaluru and Maldives’ Maziya S&R are equally confident of ending their 2021 AFC Cup Group D campaign on a winning note when the two clash at the National Football Stadium on Tuesday.
Bengaluru and Maziya go into the match still seeking their first win with both having already been eliminated from the competition.