INDIAN FOOTBALL : I-LEAGUE 2014-15 REPORT
I-LEAGUE 2014-15 : Sporting Goa held Royal Wahindow 0-0 at home
07.04.2015 : SPORTING GOA -- 0-0
MOM : Sandesh Jhingan ( SCG)
SCG : Rabi, Mahmoud, Jovel, Pratesh, Cajetan, Clemente, Sandesh, Garcia, Victorino, Wolfe, Odafa
ROL : Bernard, Naoba, Reagan, Lalmangaihsanga, Bewar, Lalchawnkima, Loveday, Theobald, Kim, Godwin, Jackichand,
Ten men Sporting Clube de Goa was held to a goalless draw by Royal Wahingdoh in the HERO I-League at PJN Stadium, Fatorda on Tuesday. Sporting Goa created three great chances in the opening five minutes, with Odafa Okoli, Anthony Wolfe and Victorino Fernandes coming close. Royal Wahingdoh were literally pinned back into their own half for the whole of the first half.
In the second second session Wahingdoh started to open up a little and play with some risk. Sporting Goa upped the tempo midway through the half with the introduction of creative midfielder Brandon Fernandes . In the closing stages, Sporting Goa was reduced to ten men when defender Jovel Martins was sent off after receiving his second yellow card.
Sporting Goa defender Sandesh Jhinghan was adjudged the HERO of the match. PHOTO: Sporting Clube de Goa striker Victorino Fernandes tries to break through.
FT: SCORELINE IS 0-0.
88': RED CARD to Jovel MARTINS of SCG for 2nd yellow card.
80': YELLOW CARD to Brandon Fernandes of Sporting.
78': Still no score. 0-0.
77': Chance missed to Sporting as Sandesh's shot hits the post and out.
76': SCG's Mahmood shot but well saved by Bernard.
74': CHANGE - ROYAL : Lallawnzuala in and Naoba out.
68': CHANGE- SCG : Wolfe out and Brandon Fernandes in.
60': CHANGE - SCG : D'mello in and Victorino out.
58': CHANGE - ROYAL : Seityasen in and Kim out.
56': YELLOW CARD to Loveday OKECHUKWV of Royal to foul of Odafa.
46': 2nd half starts.
HT : 0-0 is the score line.
42': Chance Missed again to Royal as Bekay's shot missed the target.
40': 0-0 is the score line.
29': 1st corner for Royal, no impact.
23': Royal missed a chance through Godwin.
12': 4th corner to SCG?. Garcia's header saved by Bernerd.
9': Chance missed to SCG, as Odafa's shot hits the cross bar.
6': SCG attacked, Garcia's shot inside the box went wide over the cross bar.
5': 0-0 is the score line.
1': Match starts.
PREVIEW - SCG PRESS RELEASE : In what is set to be a pulsating battle, Sporting Clube de Goa take on Royal Wahingdoh FC in the HERO I-League at PJN Stadium, Fatorda on Tuesday. The kick off time is 4.30pm. Sporting Goa were recently held to a 2-2 draw by fellow Goan outfit Dempo Sports Club, while Wahingdoh were involved in a 3-3 thriller with Bengaluru FC.
The teams had clashed in the Federation Cup in January where Sporting Goa won 2-1, but when the two sides met in the I-League in February, Wahingdoh won 2-0. Jackichand Singh is the leading scorer for Wahingdoh with 4 goals, while Sporting Clube de Goa captain Anthony Wolfe has also netted 4 goals so far. Wahingdoh are currently 3rd in the standings with 21 points from twelve matches, while Sporting Goa has 6 points from the same number of games.
Current Wahingdoh players Reagan Singh, Godwin Franco and Samananda Singh have all donned the Orange jersey of Sporting Goa earlier in their career. PHOTO: SCG Coach Mathew Costa and Wahingdoh Coach Santosh Kashyap shake hands at the press confererence. Also seen is SCG Captain Anthony Wolfe (far left) and Wahingdoh player Marlangki Suting (far right).
07.04.2015 : SPORTING GOA -- 0-0-- ROYAL WAHINGDOH (FT.)