Brothers Union snapped a seven-match losing streak in the Bangladesh Premier League with a goalless draw against Rahmatganj MFS as the league resumed following a one-month break.
The falling giants from Gopibagh, who had endured a record seven match losing streak in the professional league since their 1-0 win over Mohammedan in their second match, kept the Old Dhaka outfit at bay to earn a valuable point which took them off the bottom of the table.
With four points from 10 matches, Brothers are now in 12th position, a point above Team BJMC, who will play their 10th match against Arambagh KS tomorrow in Mymensingh. Rahmatganj, on the other hand, remained in ninth position with nine points from 10 matches.
Meanwhile, Saif Sporting Club moved to 20 points from 10 matches and are now in fourth position following a 1-0 win over newcomers NoFeL SC at the Rafiq Uddin Bhuiyan Stadium in Mymensingh in the other match of the day.
Korean forward Park Seung-Il scored the all-important goal in the 12th minute, slamming home a left-footer after a well-worked free-kick from the edge of the box. Following the defeat, NoFeL SC remained in 10th position with eight points.