131 DURAND CUP - 2022 RESULT
BENGALURU FC LIFTS THEIR MAIDEN 131st DURAND CUP
18.09.2022 : MUMBAI CITY FC 1-2 BENGALURU FC (FT)
BFC: SHIVASHAKTI NARAYANAN(10'), ALAN COSTA (60')
MCFC: APUIA RALTE (30')
MCFC : Phurba Lachenpa, Sanjeev Stalin, Mourtada Fall, Rostyn Griffiths, Mandar Rao Dessai, Ahmed Jahouh, Apuia Ralte, Vinit Rai, Lallianzuala Chhangte, Bipin Singh, Greg Stewart
BFC : Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, Sandesh Jhingan, Aleksandar Jovanovic, Alan Costa, Prabir Das, Bruno Ramires, Jayesh Rane, Sunil Chhetri, Roy Krishna, Sivasakti Narayanan
REFEREE : CR SRIKRISHNA.
Golden Ball - Greg Stewart (Mumbai City FC)
Golden Boot - Lallianzuala Chhangte (Mumbai City FC)
Golder Glove - Dylan D'Silva (Odisha FC)
A goal in the either half helped Bengaluru FC to lift the 131st Durand Cup. In a truely contested encounter at Kolkata Bengaluru FC defeated Mumbai City FC by a margin of 2-1 in the final. Though Mumbai City FC enjoyed the advantage of 59% ball possession in the match but Bengaluru FC utilised the opportunity and prove themselves as the winner of the tournament.
Bengaluru FC had the lead at the initial stages of the match when ShivaShakti scored after a long run down the middle. This was Shivashakti's fifth goal in the tournament.
Mumbai City equalised at the 30th minute when Apuia scored of a defection from Gurpreet. It was a defensive error on the part of Bengaluru FC as they kept Apuia totally unamarked inside the danger zone. Bengaluru FC scored the winning goal when the Brazalian defender Alan Costa's powerful header of a corner from captain Sunil Chetri finds the target.
Mumbai City FC created pressure at the later stages of the match had some good openings and earned free kicks inside the danger area. A good defensive organisation by Sandesh Jhingan and Alan Costa prevents Mumbai City FC to create any danger. With this Durand Cup victory, Bengaluru FC have won all the major tournaments in India since the club came into existence in 2013.
HOW THE GOALS SCORED
60': GOOOAAALLLLLLLLLLL.. BFC leading 2-1. A corner from the right by Sunil Chetri and Alan Costa came from behind with a powerful header to the back of the net.
30': GOOOAAALLLLLLLLLLL.. MCFC equalised 1-1. Apuia scored of a defection from Gurpreet. Stewart's free kick was partially saved by Gurpreet and Auia places the ball in the net.
10': GOOOAAALLLLLLLLLLL.... ShivaShakti scored after a long run down the middle. He beat Fall in speed and lobs the ball over the head of the goalkeeper. BFC leading 1-0.
131 DURAND CUP - 2nd SEMI FINAL
15.09.2022 : HYDERABAD FC 0-1 BENGALURU FC (FT) BFC: ODEI ZABALA (OG-30')
HFC : Anuj Kumar, Akash Mishra, Chilensena Singh, Odei Zabala, Nikhil Poojary, Joel Joseph, Jao Victor, MOhammed Yasir, Hitesh Sharma, Holicharan Narzary, Bartholumeo Ogbechey,
BFC : Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, Parag Satish, Sandesh Juingan, Alexander Jovanovic, Roshan Singh, Prabir Das, Bruno Almeida, Jayesh Rane, Rohit Kumar, Roy Krishna, Sunil Chetri.
REFEREE : A ROWAN.
An own goal at the half-hour mark by Spanish defender Odei Onaindia Zabala, was enough for Bengaluru FC (BFC) to overcome the challenge of Indian Super League (ISL) champions Hyderabad FC (HFC) and make the final of the 131st IndianOil Durand Cup. It was a largely cagey second semi-final played here at the Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan (VYBK) with HFC having the lion’s share of chances as well as possession and their star striker Batholomew Ogbeche being wasteful for once, but in the end The Blues did well enough to win the battle of ISL heavyweights.
131 DURAND CUP - 1ST SEMI FINAL
BIPIN"S LATE GOAL PUT MUMBAI CITY IN THE FINAL IN THEIR MAIDEN APPREANCE
14.09.2022 : MOHAMMEDAN SC 0-1 MUMBAI CITY FC (FT)
MCFC: BIPIN SINGH (90')
MSC : Zothanmawia, Ousmane Ndiaye, Safiul Rahaman, Abhash Thapa, Abhishek Ambekar(Wayne), Shaheer Shaheen, Nuriddin Davronov, Pritam Singh, Sk Faiaz(Gopi), Marcus Joseph, Azhariddin Mallick(Abhishek Halder).
MCFC :Phurba Lachenpa, Amey Ranawade(Mandar), Rostyn Griffiths(Mehtab), Moratda Fall, Sanjib Stalin, Ahmed Jahouh, Vinit Rai, Greg Stwert, Lalrinzualla Chhangte, Gurkirat Singh(Nougera), Bipin Singh.
REFEREE : RAHUL KUMAR GUPTA
Mumbai City FC (MCFC) reached the finals of the 131st IndianOil Durand Cup, overcoming local giants Mohammedan Sporting (MDSP) 1-0 in the first semi-final played here at the Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan (VYBK). Bipin Singh got the all-important strike in the final minute of regulation time, courtesy a Lallianzuala Chhangte assist. This will be the Islanders first ever final in Asia’s oldest tournament in their very first appearance. It was an exciting match with the local side dominating for large parts, but the Islanders clinched the deal when it mattered.
90+3': FULL TIME: MOHAMMEDAN SC 0-1 MUMBAI CITY FC
90': 3 minutes added time.
90': GOAAAALLLL.. Bipin scored of a pass from Chhangte. MCFC leading 1-0.
86': MCFC are creating pressure in MSC defense.
80': Marcos cross of a pass from Ambekar saved by Lachempa.
76': chhangte's shot of a pass from Nourega went high over the bar.
69': A wrong pass from Ahmed. ..finds Halder on the way. His pass to unmarked Pritam but Pritam's shot was blocked by Fall.
67': Marcus shoots wide of a pass from Pritam from the left.
63': Marcus free kick from deep inside the MCFC half just went wide.
60': A brillant save by Mawia. .Stewart was inside the six yards of a pass from Gurkirat but Mawia punched the shot to save his team.
55': Ahmed's shot of a free kick from Stewart saved by Mawia.
54': YELLOW CARD to Ambekar, he pulled down Chhangte.
51': Abash shoots wide from inside the 18 yards of a pass from Faiaz.
49': Chance for MCFC. .Gurkirat's header of a cross from Chhangte missed the target.
46': Second session starts.
45+2': HALF TIME: MOHAMMEDAN SC 0-0 MUMBAI CITY FC
45': 2 minutes added time.
42': MCFC are controlling the match. A cross from Mandar to Gurkirat in an open space but Osmane once again save the situation.
38': Osmane cleared a cross from Bipin of a pass from Mander.
36': Faiaz's effort of a free kick from Marcus from the left went wide.
34': A wrong pass by Saiful finds Gurkirat on the way but Osmane came from behind to save the situation.
30': Chance for MCFC.. .Fall's shot of a corner from Ahmed blocked by Ousmane.
27': A curling cross from Pritam from the right to Marcus, but Marcus's effort went
24': MCFC yet to settle down, MSC creating pressure in MCFC defense.
18': MSC playing in short passes had a number of positive moves inside the MCFC half.
15': Stewart free kick blocked by MCFC defense.
14': Stewart brought down by Shaheen, free kick to MCFC.
13': A long ranger by Amberkar went wide of the target.
9': MCFC on a move, Bipin got past Saiful but his pass blocked by Shaheen.
7': A forward pass from Marcus to Pritam cleared by Rostyn.
3': Pritam's cross from the right cleared for a corner.
2': A forward pass from Pritam to Azhar at the age of the 18 yards cleared by MCFC defense.
0': Match started.
131ST INDIAN OIL DURAND CUP-2022 - QRF-4
MUMBAI CITY TO MEET MOHAMMEDAN SPORTING IN THE SEMIFINAL 1 ON 14TH
BENGALURU FC TO FACE HYDERABAD FC IN THE SEMIFINAL 2 ON 15TH
12.09.2022 (QR FINAL-4): RAJASTHAN UNITED 1-3 HYDERABAD FC (FT)
HFC: BARTHOLOMEW OGEBECHE (5'), AKASH MISHRA (44'), JAVIER SEVERIO(66')
RUFC: MARTIN NICHOLAS (P-27')
RUFC :Vishal Joon, Amritpal Singh, Aidar Mambrtaliew, Hardik Bhatt, Jagdeep Singh, Lalliansanga Ranthelie, Bektur Amangeldiew, Willam Pauliankhum, Remsanga, Youssef Atriss, Martin Nicholas.
HFC : Laxmikant Kattamani, Odei Zabala, Abdul Rabeeh, Nim Dorjee Tamang, Akash Mishra, Lalchungnunga, Hitesh Sharma, Borja Ganzalez, Mohammed Yasir, Javier Toro, Bartholomew Ogebeche,
REFEREE : C.R.SRIKRISHNA.
Reigning Indian Super League (ISL) champions Hyderabad FC (HFC), took their allotted slot in the semi-finals of the 131st IndianOil Durand Cup, defeating Rajasthan United FC (RUFC) 3-1, in the fourth and final quarter-final played here at the Kishore Bharati Krirangan (KBK), on a rainy Monday evening in Kolkata. Nigerian goal-machine Bartholomew Ogbeche opened the scoring for the ISL champions, with Akash Mishra and Javier Siverio getting the other two. Uruguayan Martin Chavez scored off a penalty for Rajasthan.
As a result, both semi-final lineups are now finalized with Mohammedan Sporting taking on Mumbai City FC on Wednesday, September 14, 2022, while Hyderabad go up against Bengaluru FC a day later. Both those games will be played at the Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan (VYBK).
11.09.2022 (QR FINAL-3) : MUMBAI CITY FC 5-3 CHANNAIYIN FC (FT)
MCFC: GREG STEWART (P-39',99',117'), LALIANZUALA CHHANGTE (77',94')
CCFC: PETER SLISKOVIc (58'), JOCKSON DHAS (88'), RAHIM ALI (111')
MCFC : Phurba Lachenpa, Amey Ranawade, Rostyn Griffiths, Mehtab Singh, Sanjib Stalin, Ahmed Jahouh, Vinit Rai, Alberto Nugera, Lallianzuala Chhangte, Bipin Singh, Greg Stewart.
CFC : Debjit Majumdar, Ajith Kumar, Vafa Hakhamaneshi, Narayan Das, Edwin Sedney, Julias Duker, Aniruddh Thapa, Kwame Karikari, Sajal Bag, Peter Sliskovic.
REFEREE : ADITYA PURKAYASTA
Mumbai City FC (MCFC) got the better of Chennaiyin FC (CFC) 5-3 in a thrilling third quarter-final of the 131st IndianOil Durand Cup here at the Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan (VYBK) in Kolkata, thanks to a Greg Stewart hat-trick and pair of goals from Lallianzuala Chhangte. Croatian striker Petar Sliskovic, Jockson Dhas and Rahim Ali scored for Chennaiyin. The match was decided in extra time. The Islanders therefore move on to play the first semi-final at the same venue against Mohammedan Sporting on September 14, 2022.
10.09.2022 (QR FINAL-2): ODISHA FC 1-2 BENGALURU FC (FT)
BFC: SHIVA SHAKTI (98'),ROY KRISHNA (120')
OFC: DIEGO MARICIO (115')
OFC : Lalthuamawia Ralte, Narendra Gahlot, Carlos Delgardo, Osamam Malik, Diego Maricio, Rayner Fernandez, Nandha Kishore, Subham Sarangi, Jerry, Saul Crespo, Sahil Panwar.
BFC : Gurpit Singh Sandhu, Parag Satish, Sandesh Jhingan, Jovanovic Aluksander, Roshan Singh , Prabir Das, Bruno Ramires, Javi Hernandez, Rohit Kumar, Sunil Chetri, Roy Krishna.
REFEREE : DIPU ROY
A goal with the last touch of the game by Roy Krishna and a strike from N. Siva Sakthi- his fourth of the tournament, saw Bengaluru FC (BFC) pull off a 2-1 victory over a 10-man Odisha FC (OFC) in the second quarter-final of the 131st IndianOil Durand Cup, played here at the Kishore Bharati Krirangan (KBK) on Saturday evening. Diego Mauricio got the equalizing goal for the Juggernauts. The Blues thus become the second team after local giants Mohammedan Sporting to make it to the semi-finals and have now made it to the last four stage in all their four appearances in Asia’s oldest football tournament.
131 INDIAN OIL DURAND CUP 2022
05.09.2022: RAJASTHAN UNITED 2-0 INDIAN NAVY (KBK- FT)
RUFC: Youseff 73', Barbosa 88'
RUFC: As Vishal, Amamgeldiev, Youseef, Martin, neihsial, Ragav, Melroy, Kh Fayas, Remsanga, Mambetaliev, Bhatt
INV : Vishnu, Abhishek Joshy, jijo, Sreyas VG, Thapa, Sarbjit, Vivek, Navjot, Hari, Pradesh, Aderes
Rajasthan United FC (RUFC) created history by qualifying for the quarter finals of the 131st IndianOil Durand Cup, beating the Indian Navy Football Team 2-0, here at the Kishore Bharati Krirangan (KBK). Second half strikes from Youssef Atriss and Sergio Barboza Junior, ensured RUFC claimed second spot in Group B. Mumbai City FC had already qualified as group toppers. ATK Mohun Bagan (ATKMB), who also finished with seven points in the group as the top two, bowed out on account of having lost to RUFC in the opening game of the group.
05.09.2022: NEROCA FC 0-2 CHENNAIYIN FC (IMPHAL - 6 PM)
CFC : Thapa 16', Vafa 71'
NFC: Sorm Poirei, James, Mang, Remi, Tondomba, John chici, Jakhonov, Thomyo, Simbo, Tangva, Ch. Sur
CFC : Debjit, Fallow, Narayan Das, Vafa, Ninthoi, Sliskovic, Rahim, Ajith, Anirudh Thapa, Sajal, Duker.
Chennaiyin FC (CFC) took their place in the quarter-finals of the 131stIndianOil Durand Cup, with a fluent 2-0 victory over local favourites Neroca FC (NFC), at the Khuman Lampak Stadium here in Imphal. The Group C game was the 40th and final of the Group stages, with the quarter-finals scheduled in Kolkata between September 9-12, 2022. Anirudh Thapa scored one and assisted in the other, to do the star turn for CFC in what was a game CFC could not lose and Neroca had to win, to survive in Asia’s oldest football tournament.
04.09.22: ARMY GREEN 0-1 ODISHA FC - (FT)
OFC : PEDRO 83'
03.09.22: ARMY RED 1-0 HYDERABAD FC - (FT)
ARMY : SURESH MEITEI 33'
ARMY : BHABINDRA MALLA THAKURI, SURESH MEITEI, SUNIL B, SHAFEEL PP , KAMARDEEP SINGH , P CHRISTOPHER KAMEI, SHUBHAM RANA , DEEPAK SINGH, LETHAOLEN KHONGSAI, SUSHIL SHAH, LITON SHIL,
HFC : LALBIAKHLUA JONGTE, CHINGLENSANA SINGH KONSHAM, MANOJ MOHAMMAD, SOYAL JOSHY, ALEX SAJI, AAREN D SILVA, SAHIL TAVORA , C LALCHUNGNUNGA , HALI CHARAN NARZAR,Y BORJA HERRERA GONZALEZ, MARK ZOTHANPUIA.
REFEREE : UMESH BORA
02.09.22: NORTH EAST UNITED FC 2-0 SUDEVA FC - (FT)
NEUFC: D MIRDHA (63'), G NIGAM (P-90+4')
NorthEast United FC (NEUFC) ended their 131st IndianOil Durand Cup campaign with a win, overcoming Sudeva Delhi FC (Sudeva) 2 – 0, in a Group D match, played here at the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium. Captain Dipu Mirdha scored the opener for the hosts while Gani Ahmed Nigam, converted from the spot in stoppage time of the second half to round-off a well-earned victory. NEUFC with this win, finished fourth in the Group while finishing their campaign with three points while Sudeva finished at the bottom of the table with two points.
01.09.22: JAMSHEDPUR FC 2-1 INDIAN AIR FORCE
JFC: Piyush Thakuri((26'), Ruatmawai(84')
IAF: Soma (39')
01.09.22: TRAU FC 1-4 CHENNAIYIN FC
CFC: Sliskovic (1',55'), Karikari (P-20'), Vafa (51')
TRAU : Komron (45')
30.8.22: NEROCA FC 0-3 HYDERABAD FC ( IMPHAM - FT)
HFC : Joel 2', Ogbeche 17, 82'
30.8.22: BENGALURU FC 2-2 FC GOA ( VYBK-FT)
BFC : Sunil Chhetri 24, Siva 26'
FCG : Buam 53, Lesly 64'
BFC: Amrit, Parag, Alan costa, B. Ramires, P. Ibara, Sunil Chhetri, Danish, Rohit, Udanta, Hira Mondal, Bhutia
FCG: Hrithik, Deeshank, Mevan, Buam, Delton, Salman, Rayan, Mallikjan, Lesly, Lalhp
29.8.22: ODISHA FC 3-0 SUDEVA DELHI FC (FT)
OFC : Crespo 10', 38', Jerry 40'.
OFC : Ralte, Narender, Delgado, Malik, Mauricio, Raynier, Nandha, Jerry, Crespo, Sebastian, Sahil.
SFC : Kabir Kohli, Nischal Chandan, Kareem, Sukhan, Akbar, Sridarth, Nitesh, Hriivi, Maichael, Lawmna, L. Vaiphei.
28.8.22: TRAU 2-1 ARMY RED (FT)
TFC : Bodo 81, Milan 89'
ARM : Liton 35'
27.8.22: NORTH EAST UNITED 0-3 KERALA BLASTER (IMPHAL- FT)
KBFC : Aimen 28', 90', Ajsal 56'
NEU : jackson, Joni, Sampaw, Denis, Dipu, Muktasana, Madhujjya, Alfred, Gogoi, Bishnu, Basanta.
KRB : Sachin, Mavin, Tejas, Azhar, Vibin, Ajsal, gourav, Aimen, Basisth, Aritra, Gigi.
26.8.22: JAMSHEDPUR FC 1-0 FC GOA (IMPHAL)
JFC : TAPAN HALADAR
26.8.22: HYDERABAD FC 3-1 CHENNAIYIN FC (IMPHAL)
HFC : JOAO VICTOR 55(P), BARTHLOMEO OGBECHE64', 74'
25.8.22: ARMY GREEN 0-0 SUDEVA DELHI FC (IMPHAL - FT)
ARM : Roluahpu, Anurag Gusain, Soubhagyan Somraj, Roel Lepcha, Sochin Chhetri, Lallawmkima PC, Oinam Gautham Singh, Somesh Kothari, Vikas Zanje, Chabin Rabha, Sebin Varghese
SDC: Kabir Kohli, Nischal Chandan, Kareem Omolaja, Sukhandeep Singh, Akbar Khan, Sridarth Nongmeikapam, Seiminmang Manchong, Nitesh Darjee, Sinam Maichael Singh, R Lawmnasangzuala, Karthik Panicker
24.8.22: ARMY RED 0-0 NEROCA FC (IMPHAL - HT)
ARM : Bhabindra Thakuri, Suresh Meitei, Sunil B, Zothanpuia, Lithon Shil, Christopher Kamei, Jain P, Shafeel PP, Kamardeep Singh, Deepak Singh, Lethaolen Khongsai
NFC: Soram Poirei, James Singh, Lallenmang Sitlhou, Tondomba Singh, John Chidi, Thomyol Shimray, Lunminlen Haokip, Jonychand Singh, Paogoumang Singson, Tangva Ragui
23.8.22: ODISHA FC 2-0 KERALA BLASTERS (GUWAHATI - FT)
OFC : Issac 52', Crespo 74'
KBFC : Sachin, Marvan, Tejas, Azhar, Vibin, M.Ajsal, Gourav, Aimen, Basith, Aritra, Gigi
OFC : Dylan, Nitin Gahlot, Delgado, Pedro, Nandha, Shubham, Jerry, Saul Crespo, Thoiba, Denechandra, Issac.
Odisha FC (OFC) secured their second win in Group D by beating the Kerala Blasters 2 – 0 in the 131st Indian Oil Durand Cup here at the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium. They did not have it easy however, against a resilient Blasters side who held them goalless till half-time through astute tactical defending. OFC’s foreign recruits Diego Mauricio and Saul Pedro scored for the winners which would be a heartening sign for Spanish coach Josep Gombau. With this win, OFC go on top of the Group D table with six points from two games, while the Kerala Blasters have one point from the same number of matches.
23.8.22: BENGALURU FC 4-0 INDIAN AIR FORCE (KISHORE BHARATI - FT)
BFC : Roy Krishna 9', Sunil Chhetri, Shivasakti 71', Faisal 90+3'
BFC : Gurpreet, Sandesh, Jovanovic, Ramires, Suresh, Sunil Chhetri, Muirang, Rohit, Krishna, Bhutia, Prabir Das.
IAF : Shibin, Jijo, Danish, Arashpreet, Halder, Prabh, Vivek, Aqib, Mani, sourav,Siam.
Bengaluru FC (BFC) became the third team of the 131st IndianOil Durand Cup to pick up a second consecutive win in as many games, after they beat the Indian Air Force 4-0 in a Group B encounter at the Kishore Bharati Krirangan (KBK) in the southern fringes of the city. Roy Krishan opened the scoring in the ninth minute of the match while Sunil Chhetri got the second in the 23rd. The third was scored by Faisal Ali in the 71st minute, while young striker Siva Sakthi got the fourth in the third minute of stoppage time. As a result, BFC now join Mohammedan on six points in the group and both also have the same goal difference.
22.8.22: TRAU FC 0-2 HYDERABAD FC (IMPHAL - FT)
HFC : Hali 27', Borja 50'
HFC : Biaka Jongte, Sana, Yasi, Aaren, L.Chhangte, Hitesh, Hali, Borja, Nikhil, Manoj, Saji
TFC :L.Bishorjit, Gerrard, Netrajit, Kishan, Komron Tursunov, Naresh, Khanngan, Samte, Roshan, Arun,Jonshon
Indian Super League (ISL) champions Hyderabad FC (HFC) began their 131st IndianOil Durand Cup campaign with a dominating 2-0 win over local favourites Tiddim Road Athletic Union (TRAU) FC at the Khuman Lampak stadium in Imphal. This was TRAU’s second successive loss in the tournament. In the Group C encounter on in Monday’s first game, HFC scored two splendid goals through Halicharan Narzary in the 27th minute and Borja Herrera in the 52nd minute to seal three points.
21.08.2022: ARMY GREEN 3-1 NORTH EAST UNITED (IMPHAL-FT)
ARM : LALLWM KIMA-2, SOMESH KOTHARI
NEU : DIPU MIRDHA
20.08.2022: CHENNAIYIN FC 2-2 ARMY RED (IMPHAL - FT..)
AR: Lethaolen Khongsai 54', Liton Shil 90'+6'
CFC: Julius Duker 89', Edwin Vanspaul 90'+4'
CFC: Debjit Majumder, Fallou Diagne, Peter Sliskovic, Ajith Kumar, Anirudh Thapa, Sajal Bag, Narayan Das, Jockson Dhas, Julius Duker, Aakash Sangwan, Jiteshwor Singh
AR: Bhabindra Malla, Suresh Meitei, Sunil B, Zothanpuia, Liton Shil, Christopher Kamei, Jain P, Shafeel PP, Kamardeep Singh, Deepa Singh, Lethaolen Khongsai
131 DURAND : 2022
19.08.2022: FC GOA 1-0 INDIAN AIR FORCE (FT)
FCG : Nemil 8'
FCG : Hritik, Deeshank, Mevan, Ayush, P.Buam, Delton, Salman, Mallikjan, Lesly, Nemil, Lalhp
IAF : Sjibin, jijo, Danish, Ashrpreet, Halder, Vifek, Mandeep, Aqib, Sourav, Mani, Amal
Champions FC Goa bounced back in the 131st IndianOil Druand Cup after their loss to Mohammedan Sporting on the opening day, with a solitary Muhammed Nemil goal victory at a rainy, blustery Kishore Bharati Krirangan (KBK) here in Kolkata. They now join Mohammedan Sportig and Bengaluru FC with three points in Group A, even though the latter have a game in hand. Jamshedpur FC is the other team in the Group. The top two teams from each Group qualify for the quarter-finals.
19.08.2022: SUDEVA DELHI FC 1-1 KERALA BLASTERS (FT)
SUV : Md. Ajsal
KBFC : Mangku Kuki
KBFC : Sachin, Marvan, Tejas Krihna, Mohammed Azhar, Mohammed Ajsal, gourav, Mohammed Aimen, Basith PT, Aritra Das, Roshan Gigi
SFC : Kabir Kohli, Nischal chandan, akbar Khan, Mangku Kuki, Nitesh Darjee, Harivei, Ashray Bhardwaj, Maichael, Basit A, Lawmna, Karthik
Delhi’s Sudeva FC played out a draw with Indian Super League (ISL) side Kerala Blasters in a Group D game of the 131st IndianOil Durand Cup, at the Indira Gandhi Athletic stadium in Guwahati. Md. Ajsal drew first blood for the Delhi NCR based side, but a stunning strike from Mangku Kuki just three minutes later, ensured that both teams split points in their respective opening game of Asia’s oldest tournament.
131 DURAND : 2022
18.08.2022: MUMBAI CITY FC 4-1 INDIAN NAVY (VYBK - FT)
MCFC : Vikram 45+3, Stewart (p-65'), Chhangte 89', 90+1''
INV : Adersh 43'
MCFC: Phurba Lachenpa, Rahul Bheke, Amey Ranawade, Vikram Pratap Singh, Alberto Noguera, Rostyn Griffiths, Vignesh Dakshina, Greg Stewart, Bipin Singh, Pereyra Diaz, Lalengmawia Ralte
IN: Vishnu Kulathil, Abhishek Joshy, Pintu Mahata, Sreyas V G, Bibake Thapa, Vivekananda Sagayaraj, Novin Gurung, Navjot Singh, Harikrishna AU, Britto P M, Adresh Mattummal
Mumbai City FC sailed past Indian Navy 4-1 in the first Group B game of the 131st IndianOil Durand Cup at the Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan (VYBK), thanks to three second-half strikes including two by substitute and Man of the Match Lallianzuala Chhangte, in the final minutes. The Navy side took the lead through a fantastic Adersh Mattummal pile-driver in the 42nd minute, but the Islanders equalized just before the first-half whistle through Vikram Pratap Singh. Scotsman Greg Stewart put the Islanders ahead through a penalty in the 65th minute before Chhangte’s brace stamped their superiority.
18.08.2022: NEROCA FC 3-1 TRAU FC IMPHAL - FT)
NFC : Tangva 16' , Thomyo 36', John chidi 50'
TFC : Komron tursunov 19'
NEROCA : Porei Soram, James Singh, L. Sitlhou, Remi, Bektur, Tondomba Singh, John Chidi, Thomyo, Lunminlal, Paogoumang, Tangva Ragui.
TRAU : Bishorjit singh, Pritam Gogoi, Gerrard Agustus, Kishan singh, Komoron Tursunov, L.Milan, Roger, Maresh Singh, K.Horam, B.Samte, Jonshon singh.
Neroca FC came away with the Imphal Derby bragging rights, posting a 3-1 victory over Tiddim Road Athletic Union (TRAU) FC at the Khuman Lampak stadium here, as the 131st IndianOil Durand Cup got off to a rousing start in the state of Manipur. Tangva Ragui put the Orange brigade ahead as early as the 16thminute, only for Komron Tursunov to equalize three minutes later. Thomyo then headed in to put Neroca ahead again, before Nigerian John Chidi took advantage of a defensive error to score the insurance goal, in the 50th minute of the second half. This was the first game in Group C and more importantly, the first ever football match in the state of Manipur.
131 DURAND : 2022
17.08.2022: JAMSHEDPUR FC 1-2 BENGALURU FC (KISHORE BHARATI-FT)
BFC: Sunil Chhetri 23', Roy Krishna 56'
JFC: Rishi 61'
RED CARD: Hira Mondal (BFC)
JFC : Mohit Dhami, Sandip Mandi, Vinil Poojary, Keisan Singh, Piyush Thakuri, Lenin Singh, Kojam Beyong, Saphaba Singh, Vikash Singh, Lalruatmawia, Aryan Sonowal
BFC : Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, Parag Shrivas, Alan Costa, Bruno Ramires, Suresh Singh, Sunil Chhetri, Danish Farooq, Udanta Singh, Hira Mondal, Leon Augustine, Prabir Das
A 10-man Bengaluru FC (BFC) edged past a young Jamshedpur FC (JFC) 2 – 1 in a Group A match of the 131st IndianOil Durand Cup, here at the Kishore Bharathi Kirangan in the southern part of the city. Captain and talisman Sunil Chhetri opened the scoring for the Blues early in the first half, with Roy Krishna doubling the lead on a Sunil assist, in the second. Substitute Rishi pulled one back for JFC from a free-kick, the result of a rash tackle by Blues defender Hira Mondal, which made referee Rahul Gupta give him the marching orders- a first for the tournament.
17.08.2022: NORTH EAST UNITED FC 0-6 ODISHA FC (IMPHAL- FT)
OFC : Jerry 15',38', Nandha 26', Issak 81', Diego 88', Thoiba 90+1'
NEU : Nikhil Deka, Sampow Rongmei, Denish Bodo, Dipu Mirdha, Muktasana, Madhujjya, Chiranjit Gogoi, Bimol, Bishnu Rabha, Basanta Boro
OFC : Ralte, Narender, Delgado, Pedro, Raynier, Nandha, Shubham, Jerry, Saul Crespo, Sahil, Issac
In what turned out to be a clinical and professional performance in the end, Josep Gombau’s confident Odhisa FC (OFC) rode on a first half-brace, which included three team strikes in 23 minutes, by Jerry Mawihmingthanga, to run out comfortable 6-0 winners against North East United FC (NEUFC), in Assam’s first ever IndianOil Durand Cup game at Guwahati’s Indira Gandhi Athletic stadium.
The first game of Group D meandered a little in the second half but with Isak’s late strike lightening it up, Odhisa put in another three-goal blitz in nine minutes to complete half a dozen.
The damage had been done in the first-half for Subam Rabha’s rebuilding side by the trio of Jerry, Nandhakumar Sekar and Spanish midfielder Pedro Martin primarily. The end just put an authoritative stamp on a story which had been written much before.
Had it not been for the good game that Nikhil Deka had under the bar for the Highlanders, thedamage could have been far greater.