A header from Bello Rasaq ensured that Mohun Bagan drew 1-1 against Bengaluru FC to clinch their first I-League title. In spite of a rather bright performance, the Blues will have to wait another year to regain their lost crown. Sunil Chhetri benched; Fans throng to Kanteerava Eyebrows were raised when Ashley Westwood’s decision to
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
Bengaluru FC stumbled to their first defeat in 12 matches with a 3-1 loss to Persipura Jayapura in the AFC Cup. In spite of going down by a goal in the first half, the Indonesian giants rallied to secure top spot in the group. BFC had already qualified for the next round of the AFC
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
Sunil Chhetri scored a brace as Bengaluru FC made their way into the knockout stages of the AFC Cup. A win by the odd goal in three (2-1), over Maldives club Maziya S&RC sees the Blues undefeated since the 10th of March. Team News Recent performers- CK Vineeth, Eugeneson Lyngdoh and Shankar Sampingiraj were all
A 76th minute wonder strike from Robin Singh saw Bengaluru FC manage a 1-0 win over Warriors FC. The win sees Ashley Westwood’s men consolidate their second position in Group E of the 2015 AFC Cup. John Johnson hobbles off; Gurtej Singh makes AFC Cup debut With a spot in the knockout stages almost guaranteed with a
Three goals apiece for Royal Waingdoh and Bengaluru FC at the Kanteerava Stadium saw the points shared. Realizing that a win would significantly boost their title chances, both sides played out of their skins. Despite the match concluding in a draw, the crowd at the Kanteerava were treated to perhaps one of the most entertaining
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.
“Who needs Batman when we have Robin?” This chant resonated through the stands of the West Block A throughout the title winning season of Bengaluru F.C. Robin Singh, Bengaluru F.C’s target man had a massive role to play in the I League win last season. Abhijit Raghunathan from Sports Rediscovered has been following Bengaluru F.C
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.