Kathmandu University High School ladies team have suffered third straight defeat in Norway Cup.
KUHS was beaten badly by Molde FK 9-0 in the match played in Oslo on Tuesday evening.
KUHS lost 0-6 to Ulfstind in the opening match on Sunday while it went down 0-4 to Valerenga on Monday.
Around 32,000 young football players from all over the world are participating in annual Norway Cup, which makes it the biggest on record as the tournament celebrates its 40th anniversary.
56 nations are represented at this year’s Norway Cup, billed as the biggest youth football tournament in the world. The players aged 10 to 19 are housed in 35 schools and 11 hotels around Oslo, with 70 professional observers monitoring fair play and 400 referees judging the matches that are played on 71 fields around the capital.
The tournament represents an enormous effort on the part of organizers and supporters, volunteers and business sponsors and foreign aid sources that help finance travel and participation for the young players, who themselves have worked hard to qualify for tournament teams.
The vast majority of them enjoy a week of fellowship, football and cultural exchange.
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