World News – AU Highlights – ISL 2020-21: Bengaluru FC beat Kerala Blasters 4-2

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Sunil Chhetri scored Bengaluru FC’s fourth goal against Kerala Blasters FC in the Indian Super League on Sunday. – ISL / SPORTZPICS

This is Sportstars ISL 2020-21 LIVE coverage of the game between Bengaluru FC and Kerala Blasters FC on Sunday.

90 3 ‘At the end of the first half four minutes of added time have been added! This is where the Bengaluru FC players started using their time consuming strategies. The Kerala Blasters FC players now look absolutely desperate.

90 ‘BOOK! BFC’s Harmanjot Khabra receives a yellow card for committing a foul during a KBFC attack. SUBSTITUTION! Wungngayam Muirang replaces Ashique Kuruniyan in the middle for Bengaluru.

88 ‘FREE-KICK FOR BENGALURU! Dimas Delgado will take over the standard situation. He lashed a cross to the far post, where Francisco Gonzalez made contact. But his header flies far over the bar.

86 ‘OFFSIDE! Once again, the linesman hoists his flag during a Kerala Blaster attack. Gary Hooper was a little too eager to get a Vicente Gomez pass this time around.

84 ‘CORNER FOR KBFC! Vicente Gomez crosses the ball towards Gary Hooper. But BFC center-back Juanan comes to the ball first and clears it away. However, Kerala missed the opportunity to equalize.

82 ‘KERALA BLASTERS CHANCE! Gary Hooper sent a cross into the box. Jordan Murray was quick enough to respond. But his header goes far. However, the goal would not have counted as it is an offside.

80 ‘SUBSTITUTION! Two more substitutions from Kerala manager Kibu Vicuna here. Seityasen Singh and Sandeep Singh enter the field, replacing Lalruatthara and Facundo Pereyra. Can the fresh legs cause a change in happiness?

78 ‘YELLOW CARD! Nishu Kumar of Kerala Blasters FC, a former Bengaluru FC player, enters the referee’s book to tackle an opposing player horribly. It’s now or never for KBFC.

73 ‘TWO CHANGES FOR KERALA NOW! Head coach Kibu Vicuna replaces Rohit Kumar and Prasanth Karuthadathkuni with Jessel Carneiro and Jeakson Singh in the middle.

69 ‘DOUBLE REPLACEMENT FOR BENGALURU! Manager Carles Cuadrat brings Udanta Singh and Francisco Gonzalez for Kristian Opseth respectively. Suresh Wangjam.

65 ‘GGGGOOOOAAAAALLLLL !!!!!! SUNIL CHHETRI SCORES !!! BENGALURU 4 – 2 KERALA BLASTER! Harmanjot Khabra with a brilliant move on the right. He finds his captain with a centimeter cross. Chhetri jumps higher than KBFC’s Prasanth Karuthadathkuni and heads the ball towards the far post to restore his team’s lead with two goals.

61 ‘GOAAAALLLL !!! JORDAN MURRAY SCORES !!!! BENGALURU 3 – 2 KERALA BLASTERS !! KBFC has now withdrawn one. Facundo Pereyra scored a free kick for KBFC. He sent a cross in the box. Vicente Gomez links up with a header and Murray gets the all-important finishing touches when the ball hits BFC keeper Gurpreet Singh and finds the back of the net.

57 ‘YELLOW CARD! Kerala Blasters FC’s Lalruatthara is the man who receives the booking. He pushes Bengaluru FC’s Kristian Opseth from behind and is punished by the referee.

53 ‘GGOOOAAAALLL !!! DIMAS DELGADO SCORES !! BENGALURU 3 – 1 KERALA BLASTERS !!!! Another mistake from Lalruatthara here. Cleiton Silva expropriates him. Silva passes it on to Kristian Opseth, who sets up Dimas Delgado at close range. The BFC midfielder shoots one behind Albino Gomes.

51 ‘GOAAAALLLLLLL !!!!!!! KRISTIAN OPSETH SCORES !!! BENGALURU 2 – 1 KERALA BLASTERS! Ashique Kuruniyan is played on the left by Cleiton Silva. He drills a low cross and Kristian Opseth, who is not marked, takes the ball home to take the lead for his team.

48 ‘MISSED PENALTY !!! Skipper Sunil Chhetri misses the free kick for BFC. It was poor. He tried to go for the Panenka but KBFC goalkeeper Albino Gomes held his own and saved with absolutely ease.

47 ‘SPOT-KICK !! Bengaluru FC win a penalty against Kerala Blasters FC very early in the second half. Bakary Kone brings Kristian Opseth into the box.

Both goals tonight were due to mistakes. Kerala Blasters FC’s mistake looked even worse. Lalruatthara’s lack of focus provided Bengaluru FC’s Cleiton Silva with a great equalizer.

Rahul K. . P. . gave KBFC the lead during a staggering counterattack. However, the team had lost 16 points from the winning positions last season. It’s going to be an interesting finale in 45 minutes. Stay tuned!

45 ‘Two minutes of added time at the end of the first half! Ashique Kuruniyan carries out a flawed attack on Jordan Murray. TICKETING! The referee shows the Bengaluru a yellow card.

43 ‘GOOD TACKLE! Sunil Chhetri passes the ball to his BFC teammate Kristian Opseth, who tries to get into the box. However, Lalruatthara undertakes one final attack to avert danger to KBFC.

41 ‘CROSS! Ashique Kuruniyan sends a low cross into the box towards Kristian Opseth. But Kerala goalkeeper Albino Gomes comes to the ball in front of the Bengaluru striker and equalizes.

38 ‘YELLOW CARD! Juanan is the first player to be booked in the game. The Bengaluru center-back pushes Gary Hooper down during a counterattack in Kerala.

35 ‘CHANCE! Harmanjot Khabra regains possession for Bengaluru. He sends the ball forward to Cleiton Silva, who puts a cross into the penalty area. Suresh Wangjam comes to the ball and hits it over the bar.

32 ‘Bengaluru FC have dominated the game so far when it comes to possession and passing statistics. However, Kerala Blasters did better in the final third.

29 ‘GOOOAAAAALLLLLL !!!!! CLEITON SILVA REACHES THE EQUALIZER !!! BENGALURU 1 – 1 KERALA BLASTERS! It was a repulsion from Gurpreet Singh. Nishu Kumar jumps up and heads the ball towards his own goal. Lalruatthara tries to clear it up, but makes a total mess of it. Cleiton Silva comes to the ball and finds the back of the net.

23 ‘OFFSIDE! Lalruatthara gets the ball in midfield for Kerala Blasters. He sees the Jordan Murray find near the box. But once again Murray was in an offside position.

20 ‘FREE-KICK FOR BFC! Jordan Murray brings Harmanjot Khabra out from behind. However, Bengaluru does not use the set piece. Kerala regains possession.

17 ‘GOOOOAAAAALLLLLL !!!!!! RAHUL K. . P. . RESULTS !!! KERALA BLASTERS 1 – 0 BENGALURU! This was a wonderful counterattack. BFC lost the ball on the other end. Gary Hooper intercepted a Bengaluru free kick and hurried forward with the ball. He has teammates on both sides. Waiting for the right time, the Kerala forward releases Rahul on the right. Rahul makes no mistake when he hits Gurpreet from a decent angle.

15 ‘CLOSE! Pereyra sends a pass to Jordan Murray who makes a touch and has a shot on target. WELL SAVED! Gurpreet Singh dives to his left and pushes the ball away.

12 ‘OFFSIDE! The Kerala Blasters duo of Gary Hooper and Facundo Pereyra is suddenly two on three. But Pereyra was a little too eager to get to Hooper’s pass when the linesman hoisted his flag.

10 ‘CHANCE! A brilliant run by Rahul K. . P. . On the right side. He uses all his pace to approach the box. BFC winger Ashique Kuruniyan, however, makes an equally impressive run to track back and block the attempted cross.

7 ‘SHOT! Kristian Opseth receives the ball right in front of the penalty area. He dodges an opponent and lets you fly with his left foot. But the ball goes far from the target.

5 ‘FREE-KICK FOR KBFC! Facundo Pereyra is on duty tonight. The box is absolutely overcrowded. His cross is good but none of his teammates in Kerala can make contact with the ball. In the end Gurpreet Singh collects the ball.

2 ‘Litter for BFC! Harmanyot Khabra will take it. He throws a long litter into the box. Erik Paartalu comes to the ball but cannot control it as the Kerala defense clears it away.

7:25 pm: The players are out! Nishu Kumar will meet his former side Bengaluru FC for the first time since joining Kerala Blasters FC.

#KeralaBlasters is looking for his first win of the #ISL season. Can the Kibu Vicuna team get past #BengaluruFC today? #BFCKBFC live: https: // t. co / hbNob8DQVx – Sportstar (@sportstarweb) 13. December 2020

#KeralaBlasters is looking for his first win of the #ISL season. Can the Kibu Vicuna team get past #BengaluruFC today? #BFCKBFC live: https: // t. co / hbNob8DQVx

Kerala Blasters FC players performing their training exercises ahead of the game against Bengaluru FC in Goa. – ISL / SPORTZPICS

Kerala Blasters FC players performing their training exercises ahead of the game against Bengaluru FC in Goa. – ISL / SPORTZPICS

The duo Pratik Chaudhari and Harmanjot Khabra from FC Bengaluru before the game against Kerala Blasters on Sunday. – ISL / SPORTZPICS

The duo Pratik Chaudhari and Harmanjot Khabra of Bengaluru FC ahead of their game against Kerala Blasters on Sunday. – ISL / SPORTZPICS

BFC XI: Gurpreet Singh Sandhu (GK), Pratik Chaudhari, Juanan, Erik Paartalu, Harmanjot Khabra, Dimas Delgado, Cleiton Silva, Suresh Wangjam, Kristian Opseth, Sunil Chhetri, Ashique Kuruniyan.

KBFC XI: Albino Gomes (GK), Bakary Kone, Nishu Kumar, Lalruatthara, Prasanth Karuthadathkuni, Jeakson Singh, Rahul KP, Vicente Gomez, Jordan Murray, Facundo Pereyra, Gary Hooper.

6:20 pm: Bengaluru and Kerala have played six times in the ISL and BFC dominated the game with four wins as opposed to KBFCs one win. The Blasters are playing for the seventh time in the league while the Blues are playing for the fourth time. This is where you’ll find essential stats, head-to-head records, and players to watch out for while playing. (READ MORE)

6:00 p.m .: Former champions Bengaluru come into play after a 2-2 draw against NorthEast United, while Kerala Blasters lost 3-1 to FC Goa. KBFC has drawn two and lost as many games. Two points have been collected in four games so far. BFC, on the other hand, has six points from four games and is fifth in the ISL points table. This is how the teams could line up today. (PROVIDED XIs)

5:40 pm: Shyam Vasudevan and Aashin Prasad discuss the ups and downs of the third week of the Indian Super League in the full-time show.

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The Indian Super League (ISL 2020-21) marks the return of major league competition in India following the nationwide lockdown to keep the COVID-19 outbreak from first imposing in March.

The seventh edition of the ISL began on May 20. November in a bio-bubble in Goa.

During the four-month tournament, 11 teams will play against each other in a league and playoff format at three venues. With the addition of SC East Bengal, 115 games will be played this season, up from 95 last season.

Life at the end of the table can be very tough and worrying. Kerala Blasters FC, who are in ninth place in the eleven-person rankings, are determined to change something when they face former champions Bengaluru FC in the Hero Indian Super League (ISL) at Fatorda Stadium on Sunday.

Blasters head coach Kibu Vicuna knew that the team needed to improve in every department of the game, which will be the fifth for both southern teams.

“We’re trying to improve all aspects of the game. We have to improve defensively, we have to improve offensively, especially in the last third. We’re working and we hope that everything will be better in the next game, ”said the Spaniard.

After midfielder Sergio Cidoncha returned to Spain from an injury the other day, the Blasters suffered yet another setback as he will be without defender Costa Nhamoinesu a 3-1 defeat after the defender received a red card in the last game against FC Goa.

“I think they have a very good team, very good Indian players, most of them internationals and very good foreigners. You work well and improve day by day. They have changed their formation in the last two games. It will be a big challenge for us, but we are improving, we are about to be a good team, ”said the Spaniard.

Bengaluru – with just one win from four games – will also be desperate, especially after a last-minute goal conceded that allowed NorthEast United FC to escape in a 2-2 draw.

« We are working on getting the points and I think we got very close to have more points. We have six now, but it could have been eight or ten. We will try to improve, ”said BFC head coach Carles Cuadrat.

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