PFF Press Release
Pakistan National U-12 Football Team’s Excellent Performance in International Football Festival at Tehran – Iran is highly appreciable: Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat President Pakistan Football Federation.
Pakistan National U-12 Football team while participating today in an International U-12 Football Festival in Tehran- Iran showed highly notable performance by winning 5 matches out of total 8 matches where as played 2 Draw matches and lost only 1.
Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat has congratulated the team players and officials and in his message said that after a glorious performance given by our National Football Team during 2 friendly matches’ series against India recently and against Bahrain Champion clubs, our U-12 team has also clearly shown its dominance over the other teams participating in the International Event.
This eradicates all doubts about achieving the larger targets set by the Pakistan Football Federation and the time is not for away when Pakistan will stand among the top football teams of Asia. Mr. Faisal Saleh Hayat further said that PFF is going all out for providing maximum facilities to the football players at all levels including youth and grassroots.
Lt. Col. Ahmed Yar Khan Lodhi General Secretary PFF at this occasion said that our National U-12 team has made us to feel very proud of them and PFF will ensure further grooming and development of the players who are our future stars and hopes of the Nation.
National U/12 Football Team results in International Football Festival at Tehran – Iran.
Pakistan U/12 team played 6 matches against Iran and 2 against Tajikistan as per following detail:-
1. 0 – 0 draw against Iran in 1st match
2. Pakistan won 3 – 1 against Tajikistan in 2nd match
3. Pakistan won 2 – 1 against Iran in 3rd match
4. 0 – 0 draw against Iran in 4th match
5. Pakistan won 2 – 1 against Iran in 5th match
6. Pakistan won 1 – 0 against Tajikistan in 6th match
7. Pakistan lost 0 – 1 against Iran in 7th match
8. Pakistan won 1 – 0 against Iran in 8th match
The subject tournament was 6 a side tournament and the duration of each
match was 10 minutes.