Shahlyla Baloch Pakistan football team striker passed away in a car accident last night on Wednesday at Karachi.

Shahlyla Baloch Pakistan football team striker passed away in a car accident last night on Wednesday at Karachi.

Shahlyla Baloch Pakistan Women’s football team striker passed away

Shahlyla Baloch Pakistan football team striker passed away in a car accident last night on Wednesday at Karachi.

She was heading to her home and was sitting just next to the driver at the time of accident. Accidental death of Shahlyla Baloch is confirmed by her family member. Pakistan football team striker was passing through DHA Phase VIII area during the incident. Family member confirmed “She was sitting on passenger seat when car slipped”.

Pakistan women’s football team had a big lost last night.

Pakistani women footballer icon was the daughter of Rubina Irfan, President Pakistan women’s football Federation. Moreover star player was the sister of Raheela Zarmeen, Manager of Pakistan women’s football team ann Balochistan United FC. Although she belonged to a sports family, in all honesty, those skills were never seen before.

According to Pakistan women’s football federation “Shahlyla Baloch was the finest striker of Pakistan women’s football team we ever had”

South Asian Football Federation’s “Women Football Championship 2014 in Islamabad” was the last International event played by Pakistan Women’s Football team. Shahlyla Baloch represented Pakistan for the last time in South Asian Football Federation’s “Women Football Championship 2014 held in Islamabad”.

Achievements of Shahlyla Baloch

Baloch was a talented footballer and a lead striker of Pakistan football team. Shahlyla Baloch represented Pakistan in Pakistan football team in different international events.

20 years old Shahlyla Baloch was a striker of domestic circuit’s Balochistan United FC.

Shahlyla Baloch’s achievements for Nation

Moreover, Shahlyla represented Pakistan in 2014 SAFF Women’s Championship held at Maldives. Additionally, Shahlyla Baloch bought Pakistan a victory of 4-1 over Bhutan there in 2014 SAFF Women’s Championship. Besides, victory for Pakistan, Shahlyla Baloch is the first Pakistani women footballer owe Pakistan women’s football team a hat-trick while playing abroad.

Shahlyla’s death left many in shock

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