Monday, May 2, 2016

Hero Federation Cup 2016: Lajong beat East Bengal, Sporting edge Mumbai

Federation Cup 2016 Results: 1st May
Shillong Lajong FC handed East Bengal a 2-1 defeat, Hero Federation Cup 2016, Picture Courtesy: AIFF Media
Hero Federation Cup 2016
01.05.2016
Mumbai FC 0-1 SC Goa
SCG: Sumeet Passi(90th)

Shillong Lajong FC 2-1 East Bengal
SLFC: Chinglensana Singh(32nd), Fabio Pena(62nd)
EB: Do Dong Hyun(44th)

Sporting defeated Mumbai FC 1-0 at The Cooperage in the first leg of their Hero Federation Cup 2016 encounter. Sumeet Passi scoring the only goal in the 90th minute through a header with substitute Victorino Fernandes providing the assist. Sporting will host Mumbai FC on 4th May with an away goal in hand.

Trevor Morgan could not manage to get his first victory on his return as the Red and Golds were handed a 2-1 defeat by Shillong Lajong FC at the JN Stadium in the Hero Federation Cup 2016 tie. Chinglensana Singh(32nd) and Fabio Pena(62nd) scored for Lajong while Do Dong Hyun scored the only goal for East Bengal. The second leg will be played on 4th May at the Barasat Stadium.

Sunday, May 1, 2016

Federation Cup 2016: Aizawl FC stun i-League champions Bengaluru FC

Federation Cup 2016: Aizawl FC beat Bengaluru FC 2-1
Aizawl FC defeated Bengaluru FC 2-1 in first leg of Federation Cup 2016,
Picture Courtesy: AIFF Media
Federation Cup 2016
30.04.2016
Aizawl FC 2-1 Bengaluru FC
AFC: Alfred Jaryan(38th - Assist Lalchhawnkima)
BFC: Eugeneson Lyngdoh(15th)

Relegated Aizawl FC handed Bengaluru FC a shock 2-1 defeat in the Federation Cup 2016 opener played at the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, Aizawl. The first leg of the two legged affair belonged to Aizawl FC with Joel Sunday scoring the winner in the dying moments of the game. Alfred Kemah and Eugeneson Lyngdoh scored in the first half as both teams went to the lemon break tied 1-1.

The second leg is scheduled to take place on 3rd May, 2016 at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium, Bengaluru.

Friday, April 29, 2016

Minerva Academy FC win Nike Premier Cup 2016

Minerva Academy edge past Royal Wahingdoh in Nike Premier Cup 2016 Final
Minerva Academy FC win U-15 Youth League title
Nike Premier Cup 2016 Final/U-15 Youth League Final
29.04.2016
Minerva Academy U15 1-1(4-3 After Penalties) Royal Wahingdoh FC
MAFC: Moirangthem Givson Singh(79th)
RWFC: Phrangki Buam(77th)

Minerva Academy FC clinched the Nike Premier Cup 2016 Indian Finals title(U-15 Youth League) defeating Royal Wahingdoh FC 4-3 after penalties. Among the attendees there were some high profile names - India U-17 coach - Nicolai Adam, General Secretary of All India Football Federation (AIFF) - Kushal Das  and CEO of Hero I-League - Sunando Dhar. The game ended 1-1 after full time with Moirangthem Givson Singh cancelling out Royal Wahingdoh's Phrangki Buam strike, both goals were scored in the second half. In the penalty shootout Royal Wahingdoh's Phrangki missed from the spot in their first attempt while Minerva's Hmingsang Zuala struck the crossbar when the score was 3-3. Prasan Chhetri kept his cool as the Punjab based club celebrated their new silverware.

Minerva's good run continues, Neroca FC beaten by Mohammedan SC

Second Division I-League 2015-16 Final Round Results: 29th April
Minerva Acadmey and Mohammedan SC register victory, Second Division i-League
Second Division i-League 2015-16 Final Round Results
29.04.2016

Mohammedan SC 2-0 Neroca FC
MSC: James Moga

Minerva Academy FC 2-0 Gangtok Himalayan SC
MAFC: Kareem(42nd), Ramandeep

Video: Indian youngsters train at French Club FC Metz

Watch Indian youngsters train at French Club FC Metz.

Full article on the training stint announcement - Read Here

Thursday, April 28, 2016

AFC Cup 2016: Mohun Bagan and Bengaluru FC progress to knock-out stage

AFC Cup 2016 Results: 27th April 2016
Mohun Bagan confirm top spot, Bengaluru FC confirm knock-out birth,
AFC Cup 2016
AFC Cup 2016
27.04.2016

Group G
National Stadium, Male, Maldives
Maziya Sports & Recreation(Maldives) 1-1 Mohun Bagan(India)
MSR: Abdulla Asadhulla(65th)
MB: Jeje Lalpekhlua(90+3rd)

Mariners confirm top spot in Group G

Mohun Bagan scored a late equalizer to grab the top spot in the AFC Cup 2016 Group G match against Maziya Sports & Recreation on Wednesday, 28th April 2016. Abdulla Asadhulla's 60th minute strike was cancelled out by cancelled out by Jeje Lalpekhlua with virtually the very last piece of action in the match. Mohun Bagan now has 11 points from 5 matches followed by Hong Kong's South China with 6 points from 5 matches. Thus, the Mariners are confirmed of the top spot in the group even if they fail to register any points in their final league match against South China on 11th May.

Group H
Sree Kanteerava Stadium, Bengaluru
Bengaluru FC(India) 2-1 Lao Toyota FC(Laos)
BFC: Eugeneson Lyngdoh(45+1st), Kim Song Yong(60th)
LTFC: Kazuo Homma(68th)

Bengaluru FC are assured of knock-out berth

Bengaluru FC also had a good outing on wednesday playing at home against Lao Toyota FC. The Blues defeated the Laos outfit 2-1 courtesy of goals from Lyngdoh and Kim Song Yong. The victory was crucial for Bengaluru FC's qualification as it ensured their progress to the knockout stages with a game in hand. Bengaluru FC are in second spot with 9 points from 5 matches and will remain in the same position irrespective of the outcomes of the final group stage matches. Ashley Westwood's men will travel to Malaysia to play Johor Darul Ta'zim on 11th May.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

AFC Cup 2016 Live Streaming: Maziya Sports & Recreation vs Mohun Bagan

Maziya Sports & Recreation vs Mohun Bagan Live Streaming
AFC Cup 2016: Maziya Sports & Recreation vs Mohun Bagan Live Streaming

Watch the live streaming of AFC Cup 2016 Group G match between Maziya Sports & Recreation (Maldives) and Mohun Bagan (India) to be played at the National Stadium, Male, Maldives on Wednesday, 27th April 2016.


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