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FIFA WORLD CUP 2022- QATAR
ROUND GLASS PUNJAB FC WINNERS OF JSW YOUTH CUP
JSW MEDIA RELEASE-28.3.22: A 90th minute strike from Manglenthang Kipgen saw RoundGlass Punjab FC crowned champions of the U18 JSW Youth Cup, at the JSW Township, with a 2-1 win over Reliance Foundation Young Champs in the final. Earlier, Supratim Das’ first-half header had given RFYC the lead, only for Avaneesh Kamath’s own goal (78’) and Kipgen’s free-kick (90’) to inspire a comeback for the side from Punjab.
The Young Champs were in full throttle in the first half, creating the first chance of the game straight from kick-off, with a cross coming in for Rashid CK. The striker’s first-time effort went over the crossbar. RFYC continued to pile the pressure by putting in dangerous balls into the 18 yard-box from set-pieces and open play.
RFYC found the opener past the half-hour mark when Supratim found himself at the end of a cross in the box, leaping highest to nod home from close range. RoundGlass responded immediately after Konsam Singh’s shot deflected off a Reliance defender and rattled the crossbar. The Young Champs held their composure and kept the lead into the break.
Konsam Singh was in the thick of the action once again in the opening stages of the second half, attempting an acrobatic shot which found the side netting on 50 minutes. RPFC pushed for the equalizer, which finally came when Tekchem Abhishek Singh’s cross was put into the back of his own net by RFYC defender Avaneesh, whose attempted clearance was wayward.
With the game heading into injury time, RPFC won a free-kick just outside the 18-yard-box for an infringement. Kipgen, whose movements had caused problems all evening for the Young Champs, smacked a shot goalward that had too much on it and was fumbled by Malhar Mohol in the Young Champs’ goal, spilling it over the line to give the hosts the lead.
The referee’s final whistle saw RoundGlass Punjab FC crowned champions of the inaugural edition of the U18 JSW Youth Cup. Earlier, a strike from Lalthangliana had handed Bengaluru FC a 1-0 win in the third-place match, against Dempo SC at the same venue.
JUAN FERNANDO TO CONTINUE AS HEAD COACH OF ATK MOHUN BAGAN FOR THE UPCOMING SEASON
24.03.22: The management of ATK Mohun Bagan finally decide to continue with Juan Farnendo as the Head coach for the upcoming AFC Cup and 2022-23 season after a prolonged discussion. This was intimated by the club in a Press Release.
In the Press Release ATK Mohun Bagan stated, they are satisfied and confident with the performance of Juan Fernando after he took charge midway in Indian Super League. ATK Mohun Bagan lost only 2 out of 16 matches after Fernando took charge in ISL.
ATK Mohun Bagan will going to prepare for AFC Cup at Yubabharati Kriangan, Kolkata from 1st April.
Juan Fernando had a detailed discussion with the principle owner of the club Dr Sanjeev Goenka regarding the preparation of the AFC Cup and forth coming 2022-23 season.
BYJU’S OFFICIAL SPONSOR OF FIFA WORLD CUP QATAR
FIFA MEDIA RELEASE:24.3.22: BYJU’S, a world-leading EdTech company, has been announced as an Official Sponsor of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.
As an Official FIFA World Cup 2022™ Sponsor, BYJU’S will gain access to a global platform to further champion the integration of learning and sport.
Through this partnership, BYJU’S will leverage its rights to the FIFA World Cup 2022 marks, emblem and assets, and run unique promotions to connect with passionate football fans around the world. It will also create engaging and creative content with educational messages as part of a multifaceted activation plan.
FIFA’s Chief Commercial Officer,Kay Madati said, “FIFA is dedicated to harnessing the power of football towards the goal of enacting positive societal change. We’re delighted to be partnered with a company like BYJU’S, which is also engaging communities and empowering young people wherever they may be in the world,”
With corporate headquarters in Bengaluru, India, and offices in 21 countries, BYJU’S products are present in over 120 countries. They aim to instil curiosity in learning, create self-learners and aid in better learning outcomes. BYJU’S is changing the way students learn and teachers teach through the unique blend of digital and physical learning along with cutting-edge innovations in learning experiences.