TEAM        M	W  D  L  GF GA 	GD  PTS 
Bengaluru   6 	5  0  1  14 3 	+11 15 	 	 
New Radiant 6 	4  0  2  12 5 	+7  12   
Abahani     6 	1  1  4  5  12 	-7  4  
Aizawl      6 	1  1  4  5  16 	−11 4
16.05.2018 : Aizawl FC 2-1 New Radient(FT).
AFC : Dodoz 61' lONESKU 82'

ABH : Hassan 85'
AFC : Avhilash, Lonescu, Tlunga, Masih, Alfred, Rosanga, Valpuia, Tea, Dinliana, Puitrea, Dodoz


Bengaluru FC <b><font color=red> 5-0 </b></font> Aizawl FC
02.05.2018: Bengaluru FC 5-0 Aizawl FC (FT)
BFC: Sunil 16', Segovia 17', Udanta 30', Subhasish 62', Daniel 89'

BFC: Mawia, Rahul, Juan, Nishu, Subhasish, Erik, Perez, Boithang, Udanta, Segovia, Sunil.
AFC: Lalawmpuia, Laldinliana, Lalrosanga, Lalramhmunmawia, Lalthathanga, Jaryan, Lalrinmuana, Saighani, Ionescu, Lalkhawpuimawia, Dodoz.

BFC PRESS RELEASE : Goals from Sunil Chhetri (16’), Daniel Segovia (17’, 62’), Udanta Singh (30’) and Daniel Lalhlimpuia (89’) gave Albert Roca the reaction he wanted from his side as Bengaluru FC beat a hapless Aizawl FC 4-0 at the Kanteerava Stadium, to keep their hopes of a place in the knock-out stages of the AFC Cup alive.

In Wednesday’s other fixture, Group E leaders New Radiant of Maldives had little trouble against Abahani Dhaka Limited, beating the side from Bangladesh 5-1. Part of a two-horse race to progress to the zonal semifinal, Bengaluru will need to beat Abahani and hope that New Radiant either lose or draw against Aizawl in Guwahati, in what will be the last round of group stage games.

Bengaluru’s first chance at taking the lead came in the 11th minute when Udanta Singh blitzed down the right and sent in a delightful cross that Daniel Segovia brought down. But the Spaniard’s shot on goal was kept out by Lalawmpuia.

But the Blues didn’t have to wait for too long after Chhetri, who was brought down by Lalawmpuia in the box, stepped up in the 16th minute to score what was his 23rd goal of the season. Hurting from a disappointing defeat to New Radiant last week and having tasted blood with the skipper’s opener, Bengaluru took only a minute to score again. Erik Paartalu followed up a fantastic interception with a no-look pass that Segovia caressed past the ’keeper’s left.

Paartalu was then involved in Bengaluru’s third goal, picking Chhetri’s run with the perfect ball over the Aizawl defence. The Bengaluru captain took on a defender before squaring the ball for Udanta to tap home and make it 3-0. It was one-way traffic for all of the first half and the script didn’t change in the second. Segovia got his second of the night, a glancing header from a Subhasish Bose cross in the 62nd minute.

A second-half substitute for Boithang Haokip, Lalhlimpuia rounded of a quality performance with a fifth Bengaluru goal with barely a minute left on the clock. Chhetri, squirmed past an Aizawl shirt in the box before squaring a pass for the young striker who didn’t make a mistake with his shot on goal.

Bengaluru now travel to Bangladesh where they play Abahani Dhaka on May 16.


25.08.2018: Dhaka Abahani 1-1 Aizawl FC - (FT)
AFC : Anderi Lonesku 65'
DAB : Emeka 31'
AFC : Abhilash, Zordinliana, Rosanga, Valpuia, Tea, Masih, Alfred, Puitea, Dodoz, Addrei, Mapuia.


11.04.2018(AFC CUP): AIZAWL FC 0-3 ABAHANI - DHAKA (FT).
DAB : Rubel 2', Alson 17, Seyia 37'

AFC :Lalawmpuia , Masih Saighani, Lalkhawpuimawia, Leonce Dodoz, Albert Zohmingmawia, Lalchhuanawma Varte, Alfred Jaryan, Lalram Hmunmawia, Renthlei Laldinliana, Chawnghlut Lalrosanga, Hmingthan Mawia,


AIZAWL FC <b><font color= Green> 3-1 </b> </font> BENGALURU FC
05.04.2018(GR-E): AIZAWL FC 3-1 BENGALURU FC (FT)
BFC: Daniel Segovia (45+1’), Rahul Bheke (63’) and Daniel Lalhlimpuia (77’)
AFC : Leonce Dodoz

05.04.2018: BFC PRESS RELEASE : Goals from Daniel Segovia (45+1’), Rahul Bheke (63’) and Daniel Lalhlimpuia (77’) ensured Bengaluru FC maintained their perfect start to their Group E campaign of the AFC Cup with a 3-1 win over Aizawl FC at the Indira Gandhi Stadium, in Guwahati, on Thursday.

Trailing after an early setback, Albert Roca’s boys kept their calm and went about staging an assured comeback that now sees them with six points from two games. The Spaniard underlined the faith he had in the squad that has been getting more than just the job done for the Blues in this season’s continental campaign so far, by naming Sunil Chhetri, Gurpreet Singh and Udanta Singh among others, on the bench.

The Blues got off to a poor start under the rain conceding inside five minutes. Skipper Lalthuammawia Ralte, who rushed ahead to clear a through pass from Andrei Ionescu aimed at attacker Albert Zohmingmawia, found his effort come off striker Leonce Dodoz (5’) and roll into an empty net to give the hosts an early lead.

While Aizawl opted to protect their lead by sitting back, the next forty minutes saw Bengaluru press and dominate proceedings spare the odd attack on the counter from the hosts. The Blues finally made the huge chunk of possession count at the stroke of half time. Erik Paartalu’s header from a Bengaluru corner caught the hand of Dodoz in the box and the referee pointed to the spot. Segovia stepped up to calmly slot home his first goal since joining the club in the middle of the season, to make it 1-1.

Bengaluru and Segovia had a big chance to score a second minutes into the start of the second half, but the striker fluffed his lines from the spot after Subhasish Bose was brought down in the box. Segovia sent Avilash Paul the wrong way only to see his take come off the post and roll out.

But the Blues refused to let the miss dampen their chase for the lead and their wait wasn’t too long before they got the goal to send them ahead. A corner played short saw Alwyn George lose a man before sending in a cross that Bheke did well to nod home in the 63rd minute.

Second half substitute Lalhlimpuia who scored the winner in the Blues’ Group E opener against Abahani Dhaka Limited, got his second of the campaign in the 77th minute. Setting off on a run down the left with the ball, Bose squared the ball perfectly for Lalhlimpuia who took a touch before slotting past Paul who could maybe have done better to keep it out.

Lalhlimpuia could have got his second of the night after some fantastic work by George saw him tee up the striker. But this time, Paul got enough of a hand on the ball to keep it out.

Bengaluru now host Maldivian side New Radiant SC at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium on April 10.


14.03.2018(GR-E): NEW RADIENT 3-1 AIZAWL FC (FT)
RED CARD: Lalramhmunmawia
AFC : Lalramhmunmawia 35'
NRFC: Ali Ashfaq 40', 78', 85'

AFC : Opa, Chhuantea, Valpuia, Masih, Tea, Dinliana, Alfred, Andrei, Albert, Mapuia, Dodoz