2005 South Asian Football Federation Gold Cup
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The 2005 South Asian Football Federation Cup was the sixth edition of South Asian Football Federation Cup. It was the second time the competition was held in Pakistan. The tournament was played in two cities, Islamabad and Karachi with People's Football Stadium in Karachi hosting group-stages and Jinnah Sports Stadium in Islamabad hosting knock-out rounds and the finals. The tournament started on 7 December and ended on 17 December.
|Dates||7 December – 17 December|
|Venue(s)||2 (in 2 host cities)|
|Champions||India (4th title)|
|Goals scored||38 (2.53 per match)|
|Top scorer(s)|| Ibrahim Fazeel|
(3 goals each)
India won their fourth title after defeating Bangladesh 2–0 in the finals. Both sides contested the finals in the 1999 edition with India coming out victorious with the same result and Bhaichung Bhutia scored in that finals as well.
|1||Maldives||3||2||1||0||11||1||+10||7||Advance to knockout phase|
|Umar Ali 11'
Ibrahim Fazeel 27', 45+2', 60'
Ali Ashfaq 32', 88'
Ahmed Thariq 45+3', 46', 86'
|Report||Sayed Maqsood 39'|
|G.P.C. Karunarathne 85'||Report||Hafizullah Qadami 35'
Abdul Maroof Gullestani 41'
|1||Bangladesh||3||2||1||0||6||1||+5||7||Advance to knockout phase|
|Ariful Kabir Farhad 42', 58'
Jahid Hasan Ameli 85'
|Baichung Bhutia 45'
Mahesh Gawli 51'
Abdul Hakim 64'
|Surendra Tamang 10'
Basanta Thapa 16'
Bijaya Gurung 29'
|Report||Bikash Pradhan 47'|
|South Asian Football Federation Gold Cup 2005|
- 3 goals
- 2 goals
- 1 goal
- Zlotkowski, Andre (6 March 2008). "South Asian Gold Cup 2005 (Karachi, Pakistan)". rsssf.com. RSSSF. Retrieved 6 January 2019.