Faisal Al-Huseni Stadium, Al Ram, Palestine - 21 May 2013
1. 00:00 Wide shot of flags
2. 00:05 Various of Palestinian women's football team (red shirts) playing Chinese Taipei women's football team (blue shirts)
3. 00:14 Wide shot of fans
4. 00:18 Various of match
5. 00:53 SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Yaheah Salieh, 44 year-old Palestinian fan from Ramallah:
"Frankly, the Palestinian team need to be fitter and more aware tactically in their play and we can see that the Chinese team has better fitness and are sharper tactically, so they are playing better than the Palestinian team."
6. 01:12 Wide shot of fans
7. 01:17 SOUNDBITE (English) Jonathan Schaller, sport analyst from Freiburg, Germany:
"I think the Palestinians are better than they seem to be maybe or maybe they even think of themselves. So, an argument for that is, for example, the balls that go out and forward very fast and uncontrolled. Even when they conquer the ball, they should try to hold the ball, to pass the ball, to play the ball and it seems obvious that there is some nervousness among them, so if they get cooler in this point they will be even more successful in the future."
8. 01:52 Wide shot of fans
9. 01:57 SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Sahar Salieh, 28 year-old Palestinian fan from Ramallah:
"I want to say, as a Palestinian woman, it's great to see Palestinian women participating and playing football. For sure, they need more training and support, but in the future they will become better."
10. 02:15 Wide shot of Palestinian national women football team with the Palestinian prime minister Salam Fayyad and the chairman of Palestine Football Association Jibril Rajoub
11. 02:20 SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Israa Alzabon, striker, Palestinian national women's football team:
"We are not happy with the result of the game, 6-0, but the body fitness and the experience of the Chinese players had an effect on this result. For the first 37 minutes they make the first goal and in the next few minutes they had another three goals, so this deflated our spirits."
12. 02:42 Various shots of the match
13. 02:48 Wide shot of screen in English reading TPE 6 PAL 0 at 90 minutes
14. 02:54 Wide shot of teams shaking hands at the end of the game
Palestine has begun hosting qualifying matches for the 2014 AFC Women's Asian Cup for the first time, with Group D fixtures taking place at Al Ram's Faisal Al-Huseni International Stadium from Tuesday (21st May) until Saturday (25th May).
Palestine, Chinese Taipei, Myanmar and India will play each other in Al Ram over the course of this week, with the group winners progressing to the AFC Women's Asian Cup finals in Japan next year.
The opening match at the Faisal Al-Huseni Stadium was between Palestine and Chinese Taipei.
It was no surprise that the three-time continental champions won the encounter - 6-0 the scale of Palestine's defeat.
Chinese Taipei went ahead after just five minutes and never looked back.
"Frankly, the Palestinian team need to be fitter and more aware tactically in their play and we can see that the Chinese team has better fitness and are sharper tactically, so they are playing better than the Palestinian team," said spectator Yaheah Salieh from Ramallah.
Fellow fan Sahar Salieh was just pleased to see the Palestinian women's team participate at such a high level.
Lin Ya-han, who opened the scoring, netted twice more in the second half to complete her hat-trick.
"We are not happy with the result of the game, 6-0, but the body fitness and the experience of the Chinese players had an effect on this result," Palestinian striker Israa Alzabon said later.
In Tuesday's other match, Myanmar beat India 2-0.
Palestine take on Myanmar on Thursday (23rd May) in the second round of matches before they complete their programme against India on Saturday.