Bangladesh smartly reached the final of the seven-nation 6th SAFF Women's Championship' 2022 with an all-win record crushing Bhutan 8-0 in the first semifinal at the Dasharath Stadium (Rangasala) in Kathmandu Friday afternoon.
In the day's goal feast, Bangladesh clearly dominated the first half by 4-0 goals.
This is the 2nd final berth for Bangladesh in the SAFF Women's Championship after 2016 meet held in the Indian town of Siliguri.
Bangladesh will play the final on September 19 against the winners of five times champions India and host Nepal, in the 2nd semifinal today (Friday) at 5:45 Bangladesh time.
Bangladesh dominated the day's match from very beginning to last whistle to earn a convincing victory where Bhutan failed to make any good attempt.
In the day's one-sided semis, captain Sabina Khatun made a hattrick while Sirat Jahan Swapna, Krishna Rani Sarkar, Ritu Porna Chakma, Masura Parvin and Tohura Khatun netted one shot each.
Forward Swapna opened the floodgate for Bangladesh in the very 2nd minute after dodging past opponent custodian (1-0).