Pakistan beat Japan 1-0 in their first game. -File photo by AFP

LAHORE: Munir Baloch’s 26th minute strike helped Pakistan beat Sri Lanka 1-0 in the SAFF U-14 Football Exchange Programme at the Tokinosumika Sports Centre in Tokyo on Wednesday. With two victories to their credit now the green shirts will take on Maldives at 0630 Hours PST tomorrow, Thursday.

Meanwhile a spokesman of PFF termed Pakistan team's second win a great achievement on part of the team which is showing consistency in the event.

“We are very glad the way the team is performing and we are confident that it will maintain the flow of its victories,” he said.

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