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I-League Round 26 : Salgaocar lost 1-2 to Churchill brothers in Last match.

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CB: Own Goal 6', Balwant 62'
SAL: Duffy 16'

SAL : Karanjit, Foschini, Chika, Augustin, Brian, Rocus (c), Clifton, Gilbert, Rosario, Dudu, Duffy
CB : Lalit, Satish, Dharmaraj, Naveen, Raju, Jaison, Micky, Lenny (c), Thangjam, Balwant, Wolfe

FULL TIME. Churchill Brothers beat Salgaocar. So, Mohammedan Sporting relegated from I league
88':Brian's shot, went wide
83':Flood Lights On, Match kicks Off. 10 minutes delay
83': The lights have gone off in the Salgaocar-Churchill Brothers match
81': Salgaocar is still pressurizing to Churchill box for a score but the score remain 2-1 for Churchill.
74': Substituion of Churchill: Zeleny in place of Jaison
The defending champions of I League and the Federation Cup,Churchill Brothers saved the threat of relegation when they beat the third positioned team in the I League Salgaokar by a margin of 2-1 at Goa today.

It was a must win situation for Churchill as they were at the bottom of the table before the start of the match. A loss or even a draw would place them in the relegation zone as they were on 22 points behind Rangdajied and Mohammedan Sporting. But a win today against Salgaokar placed them in the 11th position with 25 points. Churchill advances in the initial stages after Augustine Fernandez scored a same side goal which was equalized by Darryl Duffy just before the breather. Balwant Singh scored the all important goal in the 65th minute to put Churchill in a safer zone in the 7th I League.

The win of Churchill Brothers place the Kolkata outfit Mohammedan Sporting at the bottom of the I League table, who are now relegated. Mohammedan are the winners of Durand Cup and IFA Shield could not avoid the downfall in spite of their win against Mumbai FC yesterday. It can be considered as the saddest part of the I League history that Mohammedan being relegated in the second occasion in the year after they qualified to play in the I-League.
67': Substitution for SFC: Aslon in place of Rosario
62':GOALLLLLLLLLLLLL Churchill Brothers scored through Balwant
60': Still 1-1 is going on at Goa.
60': 9th Corner kick to Churchill but wasted.
58': Sub for Salgaocar FC: Karma in place of Gilbert
56': Another brilliant save by Lalit,denies a powerful shot by Dudu diving towards his right
50':What a brilliant save by Lalit Thapa to deny Darryl Duffy once again
47': Till time Salgaocar got 2 and Churchill got 3 positive chances to score but both finished 1 each so far.
46' Starts of 2nd half match in Goa.
HALF TIME : It's half time in Goa and the scoreline is 1-1.
45': 8th Corner to churchill but no impact.
40': Brilliant save of Lalit to deny Duffy a certain goal, rebound ball headed out by Dudu
40':Still in Goa the result between Salgaocar and Churching is 1-1 running.
35': Micky's powerful shot just outside the box, just went wide
34': More and more attack of Churchill is going on earned more 2 back to back corners.
30':Duffy now scored 14 goals equals with Sunil Chhetri. Who will be top scorer?? Stay with us!!
28': Churchill earned 5 corner kicks so far but unable to score from those.
25': Now the scoreline is 1-1 in Goa.
20': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLL Salgaocar Equalized the score line through Duffy by a brilliant header
16': Still the score line is 1-0 for Churchill.
13': Balwant's powerful shot from inside the box, saved by the keeper Karanjit
11': In the mean time Churchill own 2 coner kick while Salgaocar only 1 but no core from those.
10': Now Churchill Brothers is leading 1-0 Via own goal of Salgaocar .
6':GOALLLLLLLLLLLLL Karanjit saved Wolfe's penalty but a rebound ball finds the net by their defender. bad clerance

I-League Round 26 : Sporting Goa lost 1-2 to Bengaluru FC in Last match.

 Sporting Goa Vs Bengaluru i-league 2014

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SCG : Ravi, Keenan, Kalu, Mauvin, Rojen, Chandrashekar, Cajetan, Velito, Royston, Boima, Joyner.
BFC : Curtis, Gurtej, Johnson, Robin, Sunil, Rino, Darren, Siam, Keegan, Soram, Vineeth.

FT : Bengaluru Win the match 2-1.
90': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL Bengaluru Fc is leading 2-1. Bekhokhei scored.
80': Still scoreline is 1-1.
60': Now scoreline is 1-1.
59': GOALLLLLLLLLLL Robin singh Equalized through Jonsn's cross.
52': Same score upto time 1-0 to Sporting Goa.
HT : Scoreline is Sporitng is leading 1-0.
40': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL Sporting scored through Boima. Scored his 11th goal.
32': Sunil Chhetri of Bengaluru and Glen of Lajong both scored 14 goals. Sunil wants only one to overtake him being an Indian Top scorer after Barreto and Raman vijayan.
30': No score 0-0. while Salgaocar and Churchill Brothers is 1-1.
21': Yellow card to Chinta of Sporting.
18': Sunil missed a chance to score, ball went for corner.
15': No score 0-0. while Salgaocar and Churchill Brothers is 1-1.
8': Still np score in the match. 0-0.
 Sporting Goa Vs Bengaluru i-league 2014
to celebrate the success of winning the I-League championship, Bengaluru FC will be organising an open-top bus parade in Bangalore city on April 29, at 4 pm followed by celebrations at the Bangalore Football Stadium.

The bus parade with the I-League trophy, will begin from Kamaraj Road junction, turns left on the Brigade Road signal then right to the Mayo Hall signal on to commissariat road, then left on Garuda mall junction only to U-turn on Hosmat signal before turning right on D'Souza Circle and finally on to the Bangalore Football Stadium.

The trophy will be presented to the team in front of the fans at the Stadium. The event will be followed by the BFC Awards Night at hotel Leela Palace on Old Airport Road. While the Awards Night is not open to the Media, there will be a designated red carpet area that the media will have access to for photographs and bytes between 7 and 8 pm. A host of celebrities from different spheres are expected to attend the Awards Night.

BFC PRESS RELEASE - 27.04.2014: : Bengaluru look to end season on a high. Chhetri On Course To Become Top Scorer As BFC Play Sporting In Last Game Of The Season.Margao: I-League champions Bengaluru FC make a return to Goa exactly a week after they rewrote Indian football history, taking on Sporting Clube de Goa at the Nehru Stadium, in Fatorda, Goa, on Monday. Ashley Westwood's history men became the first club in the Leagues history to win the championship in its debut season beating Dempo 2-4 at the same stadium and the Englishman will want his team to end the season on a memorable high.

With the title sealed, Westwood could be tempted to rest a few of his regular starters, making way for the younger lot. A suspended John Menyongar and Thoi Singh should see Darren Caldeira starting.

Goa has been a happy hunting ground for Bengaluru who have won three out of three games in the beach city and Oscar Bruzon's Sporting are well aware of the fact. Though the hosts cannot progress beyond 4th position, Sporting would be keen to exact revenge of the 5-3 defeat by Bengaluru in the Federation Cup. The only other game the two sides have played was a 0-0 draw at Bangalore in the League.

Much of Monday's focus will be on Bengaluru skipper Sunil Chhetri who stands the chance to finish the League as top scorer. Chhetri is tied on 14 goals with Shillong Lajong striker Cornell Glen who failed to build a lead, not scoring in Sunday's 1-2 loss to Mohun Bagan. The Incisive striker has been a revelation on the left a position he had never played in before Westwood decided to use him there.

"We are really looking forward to end the season in the same professional manner we have shown all through the campaign. It is going to be a good occasion for the players to play in, knowing they will be going into the game as champions. It's something that the players should really be proud of," said Westwood on the eve of the game.

BFC to have open-top bus parade, ceremony at stadium.I-League champions Bengaluru FC will raise a toast to its fantastic supporters from the garden city when they display the I-League trophy on an open-top bus parade that starts on Kamaraj Road before making its way to the Bangalore Football Stadium where the trophy will be on display followed by an interaction between players and the fans on April 29, Tuesday. The celebrations will end with the BFC awards night at hotel Leela Palace.