National Desk: When was the last time there was such a celebration in Bangladesh football? If you want to find the answer to this question, you have to go back to the year 2003. Seva's boys came home with the title of Saaf Football Championship. This time the same title has come to the hands of the girls. The whole country is floating in the joy of winning that title. The general supporters from the Football Federation showered the victorious women with flowers one after another. Sabina-Sanjidara has certainly brought a big achievement in the country's football. After the 2003 Saaf victory, Bangladeshi football began to decline slowly. In the course of time, the people of the country turned away from football. It was hoped that Sudin would return to that fading football. The women's football team of Bangladesh gave wind to that hope. After the clear victory of the girls, everyone started keeping track again. Therefore, numerous supporters were seen throughout the airport. Who have come from far and wide to the airport to greet the girls. The girls of Bangladesh were supposed to set foot in Dhaka at 12:50 pm. As the flight was delayed, it touched the soil of Bangladesh around 2 pm. However, long before this, journalists, BAFFE officials and supporters took up residence at the VIP terminal of Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport. After the press conference, Sabina-Sanjida left the VIP terminal in their dream open-top bus. Which Sabina-Sanjidara never expected. Ahead of the final in Kathmandu, star footballer Sanjeeda said in a Facebook status, “It is not a title celebration in an open-top bus, but support from society. Their achievements may change society, encouraging more girls to take up football.” We will have to wait for a few more days to know whether the change will come. However, Bangladesh women's footballers are able to celebrate the title of the open-top bus. Sabina-Krishna was showered with floral wishes before leaving the airport. There, Buffe officials made them sweet. Captain Sabina Khatun is reluctant to keep the title in her hands even after soaking up her success.