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Stephen Constantine former India boss creates history for Pakistan

 

 

 

Due to progress, Pakistan will participate in Round 2 in Group G, which also includes Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Tajikistan.

 

After an eight-year break, Pakistan played their maiden home game at Jinnah Stadium. The game was in a perfect position ahead of a historic contest in Islamabad after the first leg ended in a 0-0 tie.

 

In the first five minutes of the game, the visitors nearly destroyed the homecoming. But Chanteaka of Cambodia lost a fantastic chance from six yards out. He had lots of room after a cross into the box, but he was unable to get the ball in the goal.

 

Cambodia looked at ease in control as they worked the ball expertly down the left side. Pakistan had to maintain their composure, relying on goalie and captain Yousuf Butt to make crucial stops to keep the score tied.

 

Throughout the first half, the hosts had very few opportunities, although

 

Once again, a tremendous opportunity presented itself to Cambodia. When Orn Chanpolin got the ball on the edge of the box, he shot it wide.

 

Since the half, the hosts’ confidence had grown, requiring Kimhuy to make a few set piece saves. Pakistan persisted in applying more pressure, but Cambodia made it clear that they were still very much in the race for the win.

 

But with 68 minutes remaining, Kimhuy was defeated and Pakistan took the lead thanks to a well-placed shot from the edge of the box by Harun Hamid. The home team was able to maintain their one-goal advantage and advance to the followin

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