INDIAN FOOTBALL : I-LEAGUE 2014-15 REPORT
ROL : Nikhil, Marlangki, Lawma, Seityasen, Reagen, Bekay, Kimkima, Loveday, Densill, Sena, Kim Song.
BEN : Ralte, Osano, Johnson, Rooney, Walker, Rooney, Thoi, Rino, Eugene, Vineeth, L'Mawia. ?
M.O.M.: Thoi Singh
FULL TIME Bengaluru FC beat Royal Wahingdoh in 4-0
90':5 minutes of added time
87':Yellow Card to Osano
82':Players Change in Wahingdoh: Meitei in place of Suting
81':Players Change in Bengaluru: Siam in place of Eugene
80':Kim Song's header deflected from post and went wide
78':GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL Thoi Singh Aagain scored for Bengaluru FC from a good counter attack.
: 77':Yellow Card: Eugene
74':Vineeth tipped the ball, but it went over the bar
72':Players Change in Wahingdoh: Jackichand in place of Bekay
70':Players Change in Bengaluru: Robin in place of Rooney
68':GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL Thoi scored for Bengaluru.
GOALLLLLLLLLL Eugene beat OFFSIDE trap and a cool finish to advance again.
60':After one hour play Bengaluru FC still leading 1-0
58':Vinneth's pass to find Rooney, cleared
51':Kim Song's shot, Osano blocked
46':Second half resumed
HALF TIME Bengaluru FC leading 1-0 against Royal Wahingdoh
45':2 minutes of added time
41':Sanga'a free kick, Ralte save the ball
40':Tackle against Kim, free kick to Royal Wahingdoh.
34':GOALLLLLLLLLLLLL Rino's cross and Vineeth header advanced Bengaluru FC.
32': Back to back two corner of Bengaluru FC. Cleared
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29':Osano's long pass to Sunil, but he is in OFFSIDE position
26':Kim's shot, went wide
25':Kim's header from free kick, Ralte saved the ball
24':Yellow Card to Thoi for his tackle to Seityasen
21':Close Chance, Johnson's header cleared by Bernard
20':Bengaluru FC's corner.
17':Kin Song's shot, deflected form post.
13':Yellow Card: Lalchawnkima of Royal Wahingdoh
12':First corner of Bengaluru, cleared in defence
5':Seityasen cross for Kim whose header went wide
THE LEAGUE LEADERS TO PLAY THE DEFENDING CHAMPIONS
The defending champions Bangaluru FC will meet against the League leaders Royal Wahingdoh in an important match of I League at Jawharlal Nehru Stadium, Shillong. Royal Wahingdoh are having a dream run in the league as they had won all the three matches they had played so far.On the other hand Bangaluru FC are yet to register a win in I league after their Federation Cup trimph.
In a pre match press conference at Shillong , Bangaluru FC coach Astley Westwood said, "The mood's good as is the morale. If you look at the last nine games, it's just two that we've lost. It's not disastrous form. It's just that our two losses have been compounded because they are back to back. There’s no reason to be down and not confident. We are I-League and Federation Cup champions."
Royal Wahingdoh, the at the top of the League table with 9 points from 3 matches has showcased an example of improvised performance. Santosh Kashyap boys not only bagged three points at the Shillong Derby, they also won the match against Salgaokar at Goa in their last encounter. The Royal Wahingdoh coach Santosh Kashyap in the pre match media meeting said, "It is an excellent beginning for us and we have been playing some good football.
Bengaluru may have not had the best start but that doesn't mean they are easy opponents. We all know the kind of set up they have. Also, they are coming on the back of a Federation Cup win so it's going to be tough on Saturday.
Though Bangaluru FC are yet to register a win at Shillong since their entry in Indian Football, but it is the must win situation for them on Saturday in order to come back in the tournament.