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Peshawar Combined FC and DFA Chitral battledserious fight at the Tehmas Khan Stadium to win the finale of the Ufone KPK Football Championship.

After a furious competition, Peshawar Combined FC has risen as the way better side and vanquished DFA Chitral on the premise of punishment shootout.

The coordinate had a sparkling begin as the players showed extraordinary ability on the field.

Within the 13th miniature, Peshawar won a punishment kick but Chitral’s objective attendant made a staggering spare.

In spite of colossal endeavors from both sides, not one or the other could score an objective within the, to begin with, half.

The same slant proceeded within the moment half; both groups attempted exceptionally difficult but were not able to score a point.

The champ was chosen on the premise of punishment shootouts. Peshawar vanquished Chitral by 5-4.

The ultimate coordinate was played beneath floodlights and was seen by thousands of nearby football devotees who poured in huge numbers to back their favorite teams.

After a reasonably comfortable win in their particular semi-finals, both Peshawar Combined FC and DFA Chitral knew that the ultimate coordinate will not be a simple errand subsequently they conveyed their best exhibitions to win the pined for the title.

The Chief Visitor of the occasion given over the trophy to the victors of the Ufone Football Championship and dispersed prizes among the players.

The celebration was taken after by a few important exhibitions by artist Saif Ali Khan and Peshawar’s singing sensation Gul Khan.

The competition builds on the victory of the past three versions of the same championship in Balochistan.

This year, in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 64 groups from 21 cities taken part to compete for the common trophy, 960 youthful footballers shown uncommon football ability amid the championship.

Ufone’s Brand Envoys and Baloch football star Jadeed Khan Pathan and Riaz Ahmed took an interest within the competition and given coaching and mentoring to the youthful footballers.