Indian women team won the 5th SAFF title
The Indian women team, performing strong, defeated Nepal 3-1 on Friday to win the SAFF Women's Football Championship for the fifth consecutive time. With this victory, India's unbeatable record in the history of the tournament has been 23 matches. On behalf of the guest team against Nepal, Dalima Chhibber, Grace Dangmei, and Substitute Anju Tamang scored for India in the Shaheed Rangshala Stadium in Virat Nagar. India defeated Bangladesh in the semi-finals.
In the 26th minute of the match, India got a free kick, and from 30 yards distance, Dalima Chhibber gave a great goal to the team. In the 34th minute, equalizing for Nepal, Sabitra scored through the header. The second half also remained strong for India. Grace Dangmei scored in the 63rd minute to give the visiting team a lead again. After the replay of the match, the Indian team did not look back and Anju Tamang ensured India's victory in the 78th minute.
Indian women's football team made another record by winning the SAFF Football Championship for the fifth consecutive time. India defeated hosts Nepal 3-1 in the final. With this win, India reached its record of 23 matches without losing any match in the history of the tournament.

For India, Dalima Chhibber (26th minute), Grace Dangmei (63rd minute) and transferable Anju Tamang (78th minute) scored goals. India defeated Bangladesh in the semi-finals. In the 26th minute of the match, India got a free kick and from 30 yards distance, Dalima gave the team an edge over the spinners.
Six minutes later Ratanbala Devi tried to double India's edge, but the opponent goalkeeper foiled her effort. For Nepal, Sabitra scored the equalizer in the 34th minute of the game. In the second half, Grace scored the goal in the 63rd minute to give India a 2-1 lead. After 15 minutes, Anju (78th) secured the ball in the goal and ensured India's victory and trophy.

India defeated Nepal 3-1 to win Saif Women's Football Championship for the fifth consecutive time. This victory made India's unbeatable record in 23 histories in the history of the tournament. For India, Dalima Chhibber, Grace Dangmei, and Substitute Anjum Tamang scored the goal. India defeated Bangladesh in the semi-finals.

This is the fifth SAF Cup title of Indian women's football team. In this tournament, India has won 23 consecutive matches so far. In the 26th minute of the match, India got a free kick, and from 30 yards distance, Dulima gave the team an edge when they scored a magnificent goal. In the 34th minute, equalizing for Nepal, Sabitra scored through the header. The second half also remained strong for India. In the 63rd minute, Grace gave the team a lead again.

After the replay of the match, the Indian team did not look back and in the 78th minute, Anju ensured India's victory.