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Inspiring Performance: Pakistan’s Semifinal Success in Norway Cup

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Pakistan’s street child team surged into the Norway Cup 2023 final, displaying remarkable prowess by outplaying Bremnes 2-0 in a resounding triumph during the semifinals held on Friday in Oslo.

Abid Ali and Abdullah emerged as the heroes, skillfully finding the net for the Men in Green during the exhilarating semi-final clash.

Pakistan showcased their unyielding dominance by securing their seventh consecutive victory in the tournament, and their undefeated streak remains unscathed. With an impressive tally of 28 goals scored and merely two conceded, they’ve left a trail of brilliance on the field.

With a determined stride, Pakistan stands on the precipice of glory, teetering on the edge of realizing the dream that had tantalizingly eluded them in Doha last year, where they narrowly missed the coveted title of the Street Child World Cup.

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In the quarter-finals earlier today, Pakistan convincingly bested Sandviken 2-0, sealing their path to the semifinals with finesse and flair. Faisal showcased his artistry by expertly netting both decisive goals.

This remarkable journey is a testament to their skill, echoed by their resounding 4-0 victory against Trsyil FK in the pre-quarter-final on Thursday (August 3), securing their rightful place in the subsequent round.

The Pakistani contingent experienced a heartening moment of encouragement as Saadia Altaf Qazi, the Ambassador of Pakistan to Norway, graced their presence on Tuesday (August 1). With words of commendation, she applauded the team’s remarkable journey in the tournament so far.

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Participating under the banner of Muslim Hands, a charitable organization, Pakistan embraces the identity of Muslim Hands FC in the Norway Cup. Their participation echoes a larger movement, as a staggering total of 2,350 teams and around 30,000 players converge in this sprawling tournament, competing across diverse categories.

It’s worth highlighting that Pakistan’s spirited performance earned them the runners-up position in the Street Child World Cup held in Doha the previous year. Throughout the intense tournament, they stood unbeaten, only to narrowly succumb to Egypt in a penalty shootout during the final (4-3).

Their legacy extends beyond, with another runners-up title in the previous edition in Russia (2018), and a proud third-place finish in Brazil (2014). As they surge forward in the Norway Cup, Pakistan’s indomitable spirit and remarkable skill continue to shine as a beacon of hope and inspiration.

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