Pakistan Football Create New History
Pakistan football created a new history in football and successfully qualified for the FIFA World Cup for the first time. A New Era in Pakistani Football by defeating Cambodia to get their first win in FIFA World Cup Qualifiers. Haroon Hameed Khan’s 68th-minute goal proved to be the difference between Cambodia and Pakistan at the Jinnah Stadium in Islamabad.
Football World Cup
After the initial success, the host team has now made it to the second round of the Football World Cup 2026. According to the report of the foreign news agency “Anadolu Agency”, the Pakistani team will now face Saudi Arabia, and Saudi Arabia, in the second stage of the Group G match. will face Jordan and Tajikistan.
The agency said that the first match between the two teams last week ended goalless. The victory in football coincides with the return of international football to the country where international football returned to the country after 8 years.
Pakistan Football Federation
It should be note that earlier in 2015, Pakistan play the last match on home ground. Against Afghanistan in Lahore, after that both of them play their home leagues. On neutral ground in two World Cup qualifiers. It should be remember that against Yemen in 2018. The first-round qualifier of the tournament was shifted to Bahrain due to security concerns in Lahore. Similarly, the home league against Cambodia in the 2022 edition was also shifted to Doha due to ongoing ups and downs in the Pakistan Football Federation.
Cambodia eventually won against Pakistan with a score of 4-1
Speaking to the media at the end of the match. Caretaker Information Minister Murtaza Solangi congratulated both the teams and termed today’s match a “football success”. Murtaza Solangi praise the performance of the Cambodian and Pakistani teams. And emphasized that football is widely popular and always loved throughout Pakistan. He also criticized political interference in the field of sports.
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