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Fans Club claims Bhim Narayan Goal Cup trophy

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Fans Club BRC, a Bhutanese refugee football team, has claimed the 10th Martyr Bhim Narayan Gold Cup trophy defeating the United Sporting Club of Morang 2-0 in Tudikhel of Dhankuta, Tuesday.

Fan Club players pose as they face a camera in Dhankuta (Picture courtesy:
Fan Club players pose as they face a camera in Dhankuta
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The Bhutanese team was awarded a cash prize of Rs 1,11,111 (equivalent US$ 1155) while the opponent received Rs 55,555.

Prakash Budathoki opened the scoring early in 15 minutes, which was doubled by Pius Kisambale securing a magic goal from the d-box area a minute after the resumption. Budathoki was named the best player of the tournament.

The 10th edition of the Bhim Narayan Gold Cup started April 2. Altogether eight teams – APF Sports Club, defending champion Birtamod Youth Club, Fans Club BRC (Bhutan), African United, FC Kathmandu, New Star (Sunsari), United Sporting Club (Morang) and host Dhankuta competed in the tournament.

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