AizawlFC 0-1 Bengaluru FC


BENGALUU FC BEAT AIZAWL FC AWAY IN 2ND GAME

16.01.16 : AIZAWL FC ( 0-1 ) BENGALURU FC (FT)

AFC : Poirei, Lalbiakthanga, Lalrinmuana, Vanlalremdika, Jaryan, Lalbiakhlua, Lalramchullova, Lalruatthara, Tluanga, Lallawmawma, KimKima.

BFC : Ralte, Courtis Osano, Keegan Pereira, Rino Anto, John Johnson, E. Lyngdoh, Udanta Singh, Thoi Singh, Vineeth, Kim Yong, Sunil Chhetri.

FT : Match end. BFC keeper Ralte declared Man of the Match. 2nd win of Bengaluru FC now reach top of the table to beat Aizawl FC in away by 1-0.
90+3': 11th Corner to Aizawl FC but unable to score from any corner while Bengaluru earned 3 corners.
90': 4 minutes added time.
90': SCORE LINE : AFC 0-1 BFC
90': 9th corner kick to Aizawl FC.
88': 8th Corner to AFC.
88': CHANGE - AFC : Yonezawa in and Brandon out.
85': 1-0 leading by Bengaluru FC.
82': CHANGE : Len in Kim Song out.
80': SCORE LINE : AFC 0-1 BFC
80': Chance -- Vineeth shot and Song's header went out.
78': 7th corner to Aizawl FC.
74': CHANGE - AFC : Lalbiakthanga and Lalbiakhlua are replaced by Albert and Lalrunpuia.
68': Yellow card - Aizawl FC.
63': CHANGE - BFC : Thoi out Alwyn in.
61': 5th corner to Aizawl FC.
60': Yellow card to BFC - Thoi Singh.
55': SCORE LINE : AFC 0-1 BFC
50': 2nd corner kick to BFC. NO score from Thoi Singh's corner.
48': Up and down attacking going on.
46': Starts of 2nd half match.
HT : SCORE LINE : AFC 0-1 BFC
45+1':Free kick to BFC.
45': 3 minute added time.
45': SCORE LINE : AFC 0-1 BFC
44': Goal kick to AFC from an attack of Sunil.
40': Goalkick for BFC from David's attack.
38': Bengaluru got their 1st corner kick. No impact from Keegan Perira's kick
35':1-0 leading by Bengaluru FC.
33': Aizawl won 3rd corner kick which hits the post. Chance missed to Aizawl.

32': In first Game Aizawl FC lost 1-3 to Mohun Bagan.
32': In first Game Bengaluru won 2-1 over Salgaocar.
30': SCORE LINE : AFC 0-1 BFC
26': GOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL 1-0 to Bengaluru FC. No Keegan took the free kick and header of Ossano finally scored from the Free kick.
26': Free kick for Bengaluru as Lyndoh to take.
25': Yellow card - AFC.
20': 0-0 is the Score Line.
18': 2nd corner for AFC.No score yet.
15': SCORE LINE- 0-0
14': Corner to Aizawl as David's shot saved by Ralte..
10': Attack of BFC-Udanta's cross went wide.
6': Yellow card - Johnson fouled Alfred - BFC.
5': SCORE LINE- 0-0
3': Shot of BFC's John Jonson went wide.
1': Match starts in Aizawl FC home Ground.


BFC PRESS RELEASE : Bengaluru up against a keen Aizawl

A confident Bengaluru Football Club side will look to take full points once again as they face I-League debutantes Aizawl FC in their second clash of the 2015-16 campaign, at the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, in Aizawl, on Saturday. Ashley Westwood’s Blues side, riding high on a 2-1 opening day win over Salgaocar FC, will be without midfielder Joshua Walker, who missed the game against Salgaocar and is yet to recover from a knee injury.

There will be considerable support for the Blues as four of the squad’s five Mizoram natives have traveled with the squad. Coming up against a new side, Westwood said there was no room for complacency.

“Like most times tomorrow’s game will be a combinationof our style and the strategy we adopt depending on our opponents. We’ve seen just one game of Aizawl and I can tell you that they definitely deserved a draw if not more against Bagan,” said Westwood.

On being asked whether he can guarantee a win – “there are no guarantees in football but what I can assure you is that every player who pulls on a BFC shirt represents the club and me and will give nothing short of 100 percent,” Westwood replied.

Skipper Sunil Chhetri scored a sublime winner off a free-kick to give Bengaluru three points in a 2-1 opening day win over Salgaocar FC, after CK Vineeth’s opener had been canceled out by a Darryl Duffy penalty at the Tilak Stadium in Goa.

Aizawl FC, on the other hand, went down 3-1 against defending champions Mohun Bagan at the Barasat Stadium, in Kolkata, in their first ever I-League fixture last Saturday and the Manuel Retamero Fraile-coached side will be looking to make an impression against the Blues.

The city of Aizawl is buzzing with a historic first home clash in the I-League beckoning and Fraile said it would not be just the team who will be in action tomorrow.

“The boys played their heart out against (Mohun) Bagan and we showed our true potential. But tomorrow, it won’t be just the eleven players in action; Mizoram will be there. The players know that they are representing not only the city of Aizawl, but Mizoram as a whole,” said Fraile.

Kick off at the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium is at 1 pm.