shillong Lajong 0-2 Bengluru FC

BENGALURU FC WIN AGAINST LJONG IN AWAY

02.3.16 : SHILLONG LAJONG 0-2 BENGALURU FC - (FT)
BEN: Udanta Singh 36', Kim song 82'

BFC : Amrinder, Osano, Johnson, Rino, Chhuantea, Shankar, Thoi, Collins, Chhetri, Udanta, Kim

SLFC : Vishal, Aibor, Nongrum, Bipin, Pritam, Konsham, Shadap, Lalmuanpuia, Pena, Penn, Haokip.

shillong Lajong 0-2 Bengluru FC

FT : BENGALURU FC WIN 2-0 IN AWAY AGAINST SHILLONG LAJONg. UDANTA SINGH OF BENGALURU FC DECLARED MAN OF THE MATCH.
90': 6 minute added time.
85': SCORE LINE LAJONG 0-2 BENGALURU
82': GOAAAALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL 2-0. Kim Scored from Corner.
73': Out of 16 corner kicks, Bengaluru earned 11.
46': corner for Lajong. No sccore.
46': 2nd half starts.
HALF TIME SCORE : LAJONG 0-1 BENGALURU .
45':2 minute added time.
43': 5 th corner to Bengaluru out of total 7.
36': GOOOOOOOOOOOOALL 1-0. Udanta Singh scored from Osano's free kick in his 2nd attempt for Bengaluru.
30': 0-0
26': 2nd corner : LAJONG. 0-0.br> 20': 0-0
17':Collins free kick. No impact.
15': Y/C - Vishal- GK of Lajong who fouled Udanta.
15': 0-0 still.
5': Shot of Udanta went wide.
3': No score.
1': Match stsrts.

BFC PRESS RELEASE: Bengaluru FC turned up with a stellar display, just the kind the situation demanded; after goals from Udanta Singh and Kim Song gave the Blues a 2-0 win over Shillong Lajong at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, in Shillong, on Wednesday. The win, Bengaluru’s first against Lajong away from home, took Ashley Westwood’s side to within a point of leaders Mohun Bagan who played out a 1-1 draw with Sporting Clube de Goa on Tuesday.

Udanta, handed another start by Westwood after the win over Aizawl, justified the gaffer’s faith with a man-of-the-match display that saw him score one and assist the other goal. After an assured spell of dominance, Bengaluru got their lead in the 36th minute. Having won a free-kick in his own half, Curtis Osano launched his take in the box that was brought down for Udanta by Song Yong’s header. With two defenders around him, Udanta’s attempted strike on the swivel didn’t quite connect. But with the ball still at his feet, the youngster grabbed a second chance gleefully, slotting past ’keeper Vishal Kaith.

The Blues could have had a definite second two minutes to half-time but it needed Kaith to pull off a fantastic save from a free-kick that Sunil Chhetri had done everything right to bend over the wall and send homeward. Bengaluru’s second came from one of their many corners on the night when Song Yong rose to nod in Udanta’s take, making it his fourth goal in the League. The striker had scored a brace when Lajong had traveled to the Kanteerava earlier in the season.

Westwood has constantly been talking of rotating the squad given the punishing schedule and Wednesday saw the gaffer swing as many as four changes to the starting XI that beat Aizawl FC on Sunday, in Bengaluru. Kim Song Yong, Thoi Singh, Lalchhuanmawia and Shankar Sampingiraj replaced Len Doungel, CK Vineeth who didn’t make the trip with a sore groin, Malsawmzuala and Keegan Pereira. Amrinder, who didn’t have much to do all night, was called into action keeping out a Fabio Pena shot after the Brazilian capitalized on Thoi Singh failing to clear before stealing from the midfielder and firing on target.

Earlier, Samuel Lalmuanpuia’s shot ricocheted off the crossbar in the 47th minute, but spare these two chances, Lajong had no say at all with the Blues’ defence giving absolutely nothing away to Pena and Samuel in attack. Bengaluru next make the trip to Goa on Thursday where they take on Sporting Clube de Goa on Sunday.