Indian football action resumes in the state of Goa and Saturday saw Ashley Westwood’s Bengaluru FC get the better of Salgaocar FC in match 2 of the Hero I-League 2016. The Blues registered a hard-fought 2-1 victory against their Goan opponents at the Tilak Maidan in Vasco da Gama. Goals from CK Vineeth and Sunil
A brace from Daniel McBreen saw Bengaluru FC succumb 2-0 to South China in the AFC Cup. In spite of putting up a decent performance, the Blues failed to capitalise. The loss now sees Ashley Westwood’s men knocked out of the AFC Cup. Sunil Chhetri and John Johnson miss out Sunil Chhetri was relegated to
Uttam Rai scored the equalizer as Dempo SC held Bengaluru FC to a 1-1 draw at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Fatorda, Goa. Robin Singh opened the scoring shortly after the hour mark, only for his opener to be cancelled out by Uttam. While Dempo are closer to survival, all eyes will be on the
Bengaluru FC moved to the top of the I League with a 3-1 win over Salgaocar. In spite of Darryl Duffy’s equaliser in the second half, Eugeneson Lyngdoh and Curtis Osano put the result beyond Salgaocar. The win sees Ashley Westwood’s men on top of the I League table, ahead of Mohun Bagan by 3
Shillong Lajong forward Uilliams Silva successfully converted a penalty as the Reds shared two points with Bengaluru FC. The draw sees the title hopes of Bengaluru FC take a hit as they now find themselves on par with Mohun Bagan. Both sides attack with intent From the opening second of the match, both sides showed
Mumbai FC’s goalkeeper Nidhin Lal put up a world-class performance as Mumbai FC held on to a 1-1 draw against defending champions Bengaluru FC at the Cooperage Ground. Bengaluru FC Dominate First Half, Eugeneson Lyngdoh Scores: Sitting pretty at third place on the I League table, the Blues had to face Mumbai without Robin Singh.
A helpless Thangboi Singto watched his side go down to a resilient Bengaluru F.C in the 2014-15 football Federation Cup at the Tilak Maidan Stadium in Vasco, Goa. With the victory, the Blues regained the top spot in Group B. As for Shillong Lajong, their federation cup campaign is all but over with the Reds