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ileague 2015-16 report

27.01.2016 : MUMBAI FC ( 2-0 ) BENGALURU FC (FT)
MFC: Izumi Arata 5', Min Chol Son 12'
MOM : Min chol Son - MFC

MFC : Pawan Kumar, Clyde, Taisuke, Brown, Min-Chol-Son, Pratik, Ashutosh Mehta, Jayesh Rane, Izumi Arata, Sushil Singh, Ryuki.

BFC : Ralte, Rino Anto, Osano, Johnson, Chhuantea, Lyndoh, Alwyn George, Shankar, Sunil Chhetri, Vineeth, Kim Song Young.
FT : Mumbai FC win over Bengaluru FC 2-0 in home. Mumbai's Min Chol Son declared Man of the Match today.

ileague 2015-16 report

90': 3 MINUTE ADDED TIME.
75': SCORE LINE : MFC 2-0 BFC
66': Cornrt to BFC, Vineeth's effort from Udanta's kick cleared.
58': CHANGE BFC : LYNDOH OUT AND ZUALA IN.
57': Lyndoh slight injured.
52': Still home side Mumbai FC is leading 2-0 over Bengaluru.
47': CHANGE BFC : Udanta Singh and Thoi have been brought on for Chhetri and Alwyn.
46': STARTS of 2nd HALF MATCH.
HT : SCORE LINE : MFC 2-0 BFC
45': 3 minute added time.
BFCPRESS RELEASE : An out-of-sorts Bengaluru FC crashed to their first defeat of the season after a pair of freak goals from Arata Izumi (5) and Minchol Son (11) gave Mumbai FC a 2-0 win at the Cooperage, on Sunday.

Bengaluru got off to the worst possible start when a stroke of luck saw Arata hand the hosts a lead in the 5th minute. A scramble in the box that the Bengaluru defence failed to get rid of allowed the ball to fall to Arata. The midfielder’s shot took a big deflection and rolled past a wrong-footed Lalthuammawia Ralte to make it 1-0.

It took only seven more minutes before the Blues conceded another freak goal, this time the ball catching defender Son’s outstretched leg and looping over Ralte, who was off his line, from 35 yards out.

Looking to wipe out the deficit, Bengaluru began stitching moves in the final third only to carelessly give away possession. Curtis Osano had a brilliant moment in the 17th minute when he set off on a run through the middle that saw the defender beat as many as four Mumbai players only to see his strong shot on target being saved by a diving Pawan Kumar.

Westwood, in a bid to swing things around, started the second half with two changes – Udanta Singh and Thoi Singh for Sunil Chhetri and Alwyn George. And both the substitutes had the best chances of the second half only to inexplicably fire wide from close after working themselves into good positions.

Bengaluru were forced into a change after Eugeneson Lyngdoh limped off following a rash tackle from Mumbai defender Shrikant Ramu. With 18-year-old Malsawmzuala partnering Shankar Sampingiraj, Bengaluru switched flanks to deliver some good crosses into the area but were unable to apply the finishing touch as Mumbai held on for a win.

The defeat does not change the way the table looks with Bengaluru still leading with 9 points from 4 games but Westwood’s boys would do well to shrug off the setback as they travel to Kolkata where they play East Bengal on Saturday.

34': CHANGE : Aashutosh out and Srikant Ramu in.
32': Free kick to BFC, Chhetri's shot no impact as Pawan saved Vineeth's shot from Chhetri.
30': TABLE TOPPER BENGALURU FC IS TRAILING OVER MUMBAI FC 0-2 IN AWAY.
29': Chettri's header from Lyndoh free kick went out.
20': SCORE LINE : MFC 2-0 BFC
17': Well effort of Bengaluru, Osano's Shot went to Pawan.
12': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL 2-0 to MFC, Min Chol Son scored from a long ranger.
6': SCORE LINE : MFC 1-0 BFC
5': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL 1-0 to Mumbai FC. Arata Scored.
3': Bengaluru in red and white and Mumbai FC in ywlow Jersey.
1': Match starts.