Manish Dangi’s Debut Goal against Iraq

Manish Dangi made a remarkable start to his international career by scoring his first goal for Nepal in his debut match against Iraq.

Manish Dangi is a Nepali football prodigy who was born on September 17, 2001. He began playing football as an elite academy player for Sinheung Middle School U15 in South Korea. Dangi started learning football in earnest in the fall of 2015, and his skills soon caught the eye of coaches and scouts.

Despite his talent, Dangi faced some obstacles to playing in official matches due to regulations for registration as a foreign player in Korea. In 2021, he was called up to the senior national team camp for the first time. On May 29, 2021, Manish Dangi made his international debut against Iraq and scored a goal. He became only the second Nepali player after Bharat Khawas to achieve this feat in his debut match.

Dangi’s playing style has been compared to that of Korean footballers, with his impressive pace and dribbling skills. He has shown incredible footwork on the field, making him a valuable asset to any team.

Watch Manish Dangi’s Debut Match for Nepal
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Dangi’s rise to success is a testament to his hard work and talent, and he has become a role model for young Nepali footballers. With his star on the rise, many are eager to see what the future holds for this talented player.

His dedication to the football, impressive skills, and perseverance have earned him recognition both nationally and internationally. Manish Dangi’s ongoing efforts to refine his abilities and advance in his career are bound to serve as an inspiration for young footballers. He is setting a fine example for the upcoming generation to follow.

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