Eugeneson Lyngdoh’s dipping shot ensured a much needed win for Bengaluru FC and confidence booster for Ashley Westwood. Stuart Watkiss on the other hand, felt hard done as his side were at the receiving end of the 1-0 defeat, their second of the I-League season. Abhijit Raghunathan from Sports Rediscovered was there at the press
With the raised tempo, the Bengaluru faithfuls raised their voice as well. Chants of “Oh When the Blues go marching in” engulfed the Kanteerava, perhaps inducing more direct and attacking play from the home side.
The 0-0 stalemate at the Balewadi Sports Complex is a mere understatement to the performance put up by both sides, as new entrants Bharat F.C held the mighty Dempo to show that they are in the I League to stay. Both Sides Name Strong XI’s In his first ever I League game as manager, Stuart
Following the successes of the Hero ISL and the Hero Federation Cup, the Indian football fraternity will now turn their attention to the country’s premier league- The I League. Eleven teams will fight for the prestigious trophy, with Bharat F.C the new direct entrant and Royal Wahingdoh, the newly promoted club from the I League