World news – Highlights of ISL 2020-21: ATK Mohun Bagan beats SC East Bengal 3-1

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David Williams celebrates his goal for ATK Mohun Bagan against SC East Bengal in the 2020-21 Indian Super League on Friday. – ISL / SPORTZPICS

This is Sportstars ISL 2020-21 game blog about the Kolkata derby between ATK Mohun Bagan and SC East Bengal that was played at Fatorda Stadium on Friday.

90 2 ‘At the end five minutes of stoppage time were added to the second half! Prabir Das from ATK Mohun Bagan replaces Manvir Singh on the field.

89 ‘GOOOAAAAALLLLLL !!!!!!!! JAVI HERNANDEZ SCORES !!! ATK MOHUN BAGAN 3 – 1 SC EAST BENGAL !!!!! Roy Krishna did all of the hard work here. The Fijian striker won the ball on the right flank and moved to the edge of the box. He threw the ball into the box when Javi Hernandez headed it past SCEb keeper Subrata Paul.

86 ‘SAVE! Jacques Maghoma passes the ball to Bright Enobakhare, who enters the penalty area after dripping past some ATK Mohun Bagan players. But his shot from a narrow angle is saved well by shot stopper Arindam Bhattacharja.

84 ‘CHANGE! Tony Grant, the deputy manager of SC East Bengal, will finally be replaced tonight. He decides to bring Aaron Amadi-Holloway into the middle to replace Matti Steinmann.

81 ‘Free kick for SCEB! Anthony Pilkington wins a free kick for the Red and Gold Brigade after Pritam Kotal knocked him down in midfield. However, SC East Bengal is unable to capitalize on the situation.

78 ‘This game was defined by some mistakes on both sides. So far, there hasn’t been much to separate for two Kolkata giants. Last but not least, it is absolutely down at the moment. The rain is getting stronger by the minute.

72 ‘GOOOOAAAAALLLLLLL !!!!!!!! DAVID WILLIAMS SCORES !!!!!! ATK MOHUN BAGAN 2 – 1 SC EAST BENGAL !!!! This was pure gift. SCEB keeper Subrata Paul rescued properly and rolled the ball to Matti Steinmann, who in turn passed it on to Daniel Fox. The short pass of the skipper from East Bengal at close range was intercepted by ATKMB striker Roy Krishna, who fielded David Williams. The Australian striker found the back of the net with a wonderful finish.

70 ‘CORNER FOR ATKMB! Javier Hernandez will take this one. He sends a cross in the box. The ball is deflected by a SC East Bengal player and goes out for another free kick by ATK Mohun Bagan.

67 ‘REPLACEMENT! ATK Mohun Bagan’s manager Antonio Habas decides to put Javier Hernandez on the field as Marcelinho’s successor. The Mariners gawker looks tense on the sidelines.

65 ‘BOOK! Sandesh Jhingan made a bad foul on Pilkington. The referee immediately shows the ATKMB central defender a yellow card. Pilkington has a brief argument with Jhingan.

62 ‘BLOCK! SCEB full-back Narayan Das does well to stand in the way of a Roy Krishna shot. McHugh receives the ball after the rebound and smashes it over the goal post.

60 ‘YELLOW CARD! This is the third booking of the night. After Bright (SCEB) and McHugh (ATKMB), SC East Bengal striker Anthony Pilkington enters the referee’s book.

57 ‘Counterattack! Manvir Singh tries to throw a low cross into the box from the right flank. But Daniel Fox clears the ball and it falls directly on Bright Enobakhare, who rushes forward. However, ATKMB regains possession after a while.

54 ‘FOUL! Lenny Rodrigues defeats SC East Bengal defender Ankit Mukherjee in midfield. The referee does not distribute a card, only grants SCEB a free kick.

51 ‘SHOT! ATK Mohun Bagan’s midfielder Carl McHugh heads in the direction of Williams, who controls and fires the ball well. But his shot attempt goes way over the bar.

48 ‘CHANCE FOR ATKMB! David Williams tries to find Roy Krishna with a passport. But it goes straight to SCEB goalkeeper Subrata Paul. Raju Gaikwad did well to put pressure on Krishna here.

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Roy Krishna gave the tour to ATK Mohun Bagan as expected. However, SC East Bengal was compensated by an own goal from Tiri. The second Kolkata derby of the Indian Super League is about to come to an exciting end. There are forty-five minutes left. Stay tuned!

45 2 ‘Raju Gaikwad kept ATKMB worried with his long throws from the right wing. This time Pritam Kotal heads the ball for an SCEB corner. Maghoma’s delivery is not good, however.

44 ‘Three minutes of added time at the end of the first half! Manvir Singh receives a long pass from the other half. He takes a decent touch and makes you fly from a distance. But the ball hits the stands.

41 ‘OWN GOOOOOAAAAAALLLLL !!!!!!! TIRI WITH THE ERROR !!! SC EAST BENGAL 1 – 1 ATK MOHUN BAGAN !!!!! Raju Gaikwad with another long throw for SCEB. The ball went straight to Tiri. But maybe because it was blocked by his own teammate Sandesh Jhingan, he couldn’t see the ball properly when he put it in his own net.

39 ‘SHOT! Roy Krishna tests SCEB goalkeeper Subrata Paul with a decent shot from a close angle. Sarthak Golui should have been much more alert here.

36 ‘This duel between Roy Krishna and Daniel Fox has been very intense so far. Just as Marcelinho was trying to find his ATKMB striker with a decent pass, Fox intervened again.

33 ‘Despite a goal, SC East Bengal almost reached possession of ATK Mohun Bagan. Only attacks in the last third have disappointed SCEB.

27 ‘FOUL! ATK Mohun Bagan’s defender Pritam Kotal flexes SC East Bengal’s Ell Enobakhare during a battle for the ball. The referee now gives SCEB a free kick.

24 ‘VERY CLOSE! David Williams sends a pass for Marcelinho into the box. However, the ATKMB playmaker’s shot on goal is saved by Subrata Paul. He could have passed the ball to Roy Krishna instead.

21 ‘CHANCE FOR ATKMB! Manvir Singh lets Lenny Rodrigues go forward on the right side. Lenny Rodrigues tries a low cross into the middle. But SCEB center-back Daniel Fox makes a crucial interception.

18 ‘YELLOW CARD! SC East Bengal forward Bright Enobakhare is cautioned by the referee for a silly foul on ATK Mohun Bagan’s Subhasish Bose. This was on the follow-through.

15 ‘GOOOOAAAAALLLLLL !!!!!!! ROY KRISHNA SCORES !!! ATK MOHUN BAGAN 1 – 0 SC EAST BENGAL !!!!! When SC East Bengal attacked with numbers forward and a high line behind, Tiri regained possession for ATKMB and sent a long ball towards Roy Krishna who controlled it well. Then he sprinted towards the goal, dribbled past goalkeeper Subrata Paul and found the back of the net.

13 ‘CORNER FOR SCEB! Jacques Maghoma will take it. His cross in the penalty area is removed by the ATKMB defense. Narayan Das comes to the ball and delivers another ball from Long. Arindam Bhattacharja collects this.

11 ‘SHOT! Bright Enobakhare brings the ball to East Bengal. He moves past Pritam Kotal with ease and approaches the goal. Bright then dodges Tiri and shoots on goal. But the ball is deflected for a set piece.

9 ‘Throw-in for SCEB! East Bengal defender Raju Gaikwad takes a long throw into the box. But for ATKMB there is a head clearance in the middle. Sourav Das receives the ball and has a shot that misses the target by a lot.

6 ‘VERY CLOSE! Roy Krishna dribbled past some SCEB players to enter the box. The ATK Mohun Bagan striker’s shot on target was blocked by Raju Gaikwad. The rebound fell on Subhasish Bose, who delivered a good cross from the left. However, Manvir Singh was unable to get to the ball.

3 ‘ATK Mohun Bagan got off to a good start. David Williams with a very early chance. The SC East Bengal defense struggled to clear the ball.

7:05 p.m .: Podcast – The merger between ATK and Mohun Bagan for ISL 2020-21 seemed like a heavenly game but the fans didn’t look happy. Our reporters Shyam Vasudevan, Aashin Prasad and Amitabha Das Sharma deal in the latest episode of ‘The Full Time Show’ with the reasons for the displeasure of the fans and the angry hashtag #RemoveATK.

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Arindam Bhattacharja; Pritam Kotal, Sandesh Jhingan, Tiri, Subhasish Bose; Carl McHugh, Lenny Rodrigues; David Williams, Marcelinho, Manvir Singh; Roy Krishna

Subrata Paul; Ankit Mukherjee, Sarthak Golui, Daniel Fox, Raju Gaikwad and Narayan Das; Sourav Das, Jacques Maghoma, Matti Steinmann; Anthony Pilkington, Bright Enobakhare

Arindam Bhattacharja; Sandesh Jhingan, Subhasish Bose, Pritam Kotal, Tiri; Carl McHugh, Lenny Rodrigues; David Williams, Marcelinho, Manvir Singh; Roy Krishna.

Subrata Paul; Ankit Mukherjee, Sarthak Golui, Daniel Fox, Raju Gaikwad and Narayan Das; Sourav Das, Jacques Maghoma, Matti Steinmann; Anthony Pilkington, Bright Enobakhare.

Arindam Bhattacharja (ATKMB); Pritam Kotal (ATKMB), Sandesh Jhingan (ATKMB), Daniel Fox (SCEB), Narayan Das (SCEB); Jacques Maghoma (SCEB), Matti Steinmann (SCEB), Lenny Rodrigues (ATKMB); Heller Enobakhare (SCEB), Roy Krishna (ATKMB), Manvir Singh (ATKMB).

5:50 p.m .: The latest episode of ‘The Full Time Show’ includes the Robbie Fowler interview with our reporters Shyam Vasudevan and Amitabha Das Sharma . We’re also delving deep into his controversial ISL coaching stint and season at SC East Bengal.

The seventh edition of the Indian Super League began in a bio-bubble in Goa on November 20th.

During During the four-month tournament, eleven teams 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.

There is an unusual feeling of detachment as two of Indian football’s oldest rivals – ATK Mohun Bagan and SC East Bengal – Poles remain apart in the current ranking of the Indian Super League (ISL 2020-21). This is an eerie backdrop for the legendary Kolkata Derby, which will see its second edition of the season on Friday at Fatorda Stadium.

The two traditional rivals have seldom remained this aloof in the long history of their bout, and fans on both sides will wish that the difference doesn’t become a factor in the Derby duel, which has always been an exciting battle between emotions and nerves.

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ATK Mohun Bagan, who defeated Jamshedpur FC by a single goal in their last game, are currently at the top of the table with 36 points from 17 games. And with just under three rounds remaining, the Mariners are one of the favorites to get away with the League Winners’ Shield.

In stark contrast, SC East Bengal fell into the bottom half and is up with 17 points from as many games ninth place. The team got off to a bad start and eventually dropped out of the competition so as not to recover much in the later stages.

What makes the competition even more significant is the fact that it is entering its 100th year of existence is. Recent research based on newspaper reports revealed that the two teams officially met for the first time on August 8, 1921 in the Cooch Behar Cup, a tournament that was withdrawn from circulation some time ago. This fact was also recognized by ISL, who welcomed the two legacy clubs to their group this season.

ATK Mohun Bagan would definitely try to repeat the success of the first phase (2-0) against their traditional rivals and consolidate its position at the top. On the flip side, SC East Bengal will play for prestige and give their fans the chance to show off something this season. Ironically, one of the most watched events in Indian sport has to do without the fans in the stands again due to the existing pandemic situation.

“The derby is different. The attitude of the players, the pressure is different from other games as you have the opportunity to change the season with a win. It’s a dangerous game for us, ”said ATK Mohun Bagan’s coach Antonio Habas on the eve of the game. “We’re going to look for three points like we did in other games. It’s important that we stay at the top, ”added Habas.

SC East Bengal look better prepared compared to Mohun Bagan in their first ISL game.

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“The first derby was a little unfair to us, given our preparation time. It was more like the beginning of a new journey as most of the players hadn’t played ISL before. You can look at our campaign in two halves. Every day here is a day of learning, ”said Tony Grant, assistant coach at SC East Bengal. Grant will stay in command of the derby as head coach Robbie Fowler has been suspended for suspension.

“This derby has a lot of history and memories. We know how much the derby means to people. Hopefully we can make our fans proud, ”added Grant.

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