London: An outstanding performance given by Pakistan street child players in the World Cup 2014 has started to deliver them fruits as four players have been offered to play for Britain Muslim Club.
Four players of the national team have received offer by the Britain Muslim club including Captain Sameer Ahmed, vice-captain Abdur Razak, Orangzaib and Shoaib.
They won the bronze medal after defeating United States in the third place playoff winning after a penalty shootout 3-2
Pakistan trounced defending champions India 13-0 in the opener, Kenya 2-0 and Philippines before losing to Burundi in the semifinals.
The green shirts played well against the US and beat them on penalty kicks in a closely contested match.
Pakistani boys were leading 2-1 at the end of the first half but the US team levelled the score 2-2 in the second half.
Extra-time was awarded but both sides were unable to score, forcing the game into penalties.
Pakistan won the match on penalty-kicks, which goal-keeper and captain Sameer Ahmed being outstanding.
The teenager blocked at least two attempts by the US strikers in full-time, while he stopped one penalty-kick during the shoot-out.
Tanzania emerged champions in the Boys final defeating Burundi 3-1 while Brazil edged out Philippines 1-0 in the Girls final.
Pakistan team got warm welcome when it arrived today at Karachi airport where footballs fans provided a great welcome to players.