Nepal Police Club rout Chaudandigadhi 6-0Army will look for their first win when they take on Waling Municipality on Sunday. Nepal Armed Police Force Club will meet Biratnagar Metropolitan City later on the same day.
Rekha Paudel and Srijana Khadka netted twice each as Nepal Police Club thrashed Chaudandigadhi Municipality 6-0 in the National Women’s League on Friday.
Paudel opened the scoring in the 28th minute for the departmental side to begin the rout at the ANFA Complex. Paudel converted a pass from former national team captain Niru Thapa with a one touch finish.
Amrita Jaisi doubled the lead in the 41st minute when her shot from outside the d-box went straight into the net. Police were four goals ahead before the break, both coming in the 45th minute. Khadka scored the third and Nirmala BK made it four in the injury time.
Poudel then got her brace in the 89th minute and Khadka also found the net again in the added time of the second half, which gave Police their first league win and four points from two games. Police had earlier played a goalless stalemate against another departmental team Tribhuvan Army Club in the opening fixture on January 20.
Police coach Sanjeev Joshi was happy the team won. “It is always good to win. They players played really well,” he said.
But Chaudandigadhi coach Dipak Thapa was still positive despite the embarrassment. “We conceded four goals in the first half that ruined our game. Our team lack experience, yet we are happy an outsider team like us are competing in the national league.”
“Hopefully, we will do better in the next matches,” he added.
Army will look for their first win when they take on Waling Municipality on Sunday. Nepal Armed Police Force Club will meet Biratnagar Metropolitan City later on the same day.
There will be no matches on Saturday.