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Nepal's commander Anu Malik and Niru Thapa scored their second particular objectives of the competition.
The solid Nepali squad could have drawn their first blood in the principal moment of the match however were denied by a splendid recovery by Maldivian goalkeeper Aishath Abdul Razzaq.
Nepal assaulted dynamically and kept up greater part of the ownership from the get-go. Sabitra Bhandari thought of a crackling shot for Nepal in the 30th moment however her endeavor was splendidly spared by the Maldives caretaker Aishath Abdul Razzaq.
Nepal's lead at long last came in the 36th moment with Sabitra by and by in real life, encouraging a figured ball to Anu Lama for her second objective of the competition. The forward line climbed the pitch taking after a counter assault as Nepal's captain tapped in a simple objective from the pass.
The Maldives' first corner in the 44th moment brought about a scramble inside the case that saw them verge on scoring no less than three times before the ball was cleared. At the break, Nepal kept up a thin yet persuading objective lead.
After a great show against India in their last match, the Maldives at the end of the day protected well however the weight on them showed up an excessive amount to handle.
In the 61st moment, Sabitra Bhandari created an aerobatic bike kick that scarcely missed the objective. The definitive objective came in the 89th moment when Niru Thapa scored taking after an omission in the Maldivian protection, bringing about an agreeable 2-0 win.
"I am cheerful the way the group played. We could have scored numerous objectives. Our objective is to win and win gold," an elated mentor of Nepal Dhruba Bahadur said at a match question and answer session after the match.
With two straight wins, Nepal will confront the protecting champions India on February 11.
"I saw the Indian-Maldives goalless match. I trust we will have the capacity to win the against India however amusement is diversion nothing can be said off the ground," Dhruba said.
Nepali's captain Anu Lama said, "We are not dreadful against the Indian group but rather we will play our best to beat them. Our group arrangement is to crush each group."
Crediting her two back to back objectives in two matches to her group, Lama said, "I will likely score in each match yet this can happen just with the collaborations."
Maldives mentor Naoko Kawamoto said that she was not disillusioned with the outcome as she trusts her group has enhanced in the course of the last diversion against India.
"I am not disillusioned and the group has kept Nepal from scoring numerous objectives," Kawamoto said.
Approached about the Maldives methodology for next match against Bangladesh (February 9), Kawamoto said, "subsequent to the extreme matches against India and Nepal are over at this point. We will be looking towards a more forceful methodology against Bangladesh and Sri Lanka in their up and coming matches," she said.