Young forward Rabiul Hasan scored in the 83rd minute as Bangladesh beat Cambodia 1-0 in a FIFA Friendly in Phnom Penh yesterday.
The Arambagh skipper, who came on as a substitute in the 65th minute, stabbed home from close range after another second-half substitute, Mahbubur Rahman Sufil, cut the ball back after speeding into the box from the left.
The lone goal gave Bangladesh a much-needed victory at the Phnom Penh National Olympic Stadium as the men in red and green maintained their unbeaten record against the Southeast Asian Nation. Bangladesh had previously won two of their three matches against Cambodia, currently sitting 20 places above Bangladesh (192) in the FIFA rankings. The other encounter between the teams had ended in a draw.