In a historic moment at the Ayub Stadium Quetta, Karachi’s police force achieved an unprecedented feat by clinching the men’s football championship title in the National Games.
They emerged victorious with a commanding 3-0 triumph over the formidable Pakistan Air Force (PAF) team, which was under the guidance of Pakistan’s head coach, Shehzad Anwar.With the venue buzzing with excitement on Sunday, the police team showcased their exceptional skills, outplaying the resourceful PAF side. Mohammad Hanif set the tone for Police as he struck the opening goal in the 14th minute, setting the stage for their dominance.
Mohammad Wasay then swiftly doubled their advantage in the 20th minute, and in a remarkable display of prowess, he secured two more goals in the 75th minute, sealing a resounding victory for his team.It is worth noting that Police had suffered a narrow 0-1 defeat against PAF in their previous encounter during the group stage. However, they made an impressive turnaround in the final, leaving no room for doubt about their championship credentials.Following this historic win, Sardar Rahim, the coach-cum-manager of the Police team, expressed his elation at securing the maiden crown for his side in the National Games.
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