Monday, April 20, 2015

Hero i-League 2015 Results: 19th April 2015

Hero i-League 2015 Results of 19th April
Hero i-League 2015 Results: 19th April 2015
Hero i-League 2015 Results
19.04.2015

Kalyani Bharat FC 1-1 Shillong Lajong FC
KBFC: Surajit Bose(36th - Assist Steven Dias from a Corner)
SLFC: Uilliams Souza(87th - Assist Penn Orji)

Salgaocar FC 0-2 SC Goa
SCG: Odafa Okolie(12th - Assist Anthony Wolfe), Brandon Fernandes(60th - Assist Alber Gonsalves)

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Hero i-League 2015 Results: 18th April 2015

Hero i-League 2015 Results
Hero i-League 2015 Results: 18th April 2015
Hero i-League 2015 Results
18.04.2015

East Bengal 1-1 Mumbai FC
EB: Dudu Omagbemi(56th - Assist Robert Lalthlamuana)
MFC: Josimar Da Silva(33rd - Penalty)

Dempo SC 1-2 Pune FC
PFC: Darko Nikac(9th - Assist Munmun), Lalrempuia Fanai(69th)
DSC: Tolgay Ozbey(71st - Came off a bad clearance)

Royal Wahingdoh FC 3-2 Mohun Bagan
RWFC: Jackichand Singh(60th - Assist Beekay Bewar), Densill Theobald(86th - Penalty), Naoba singh(90th)
MB: Balwant Singh(8th - Assist Denson Devadas), Sony Norde(80th)

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Hero i-League 2015 Statistics: Complete Goal Scorers List till Round 16

Hero i-League 2015 Complete Goal Scorers List
Hero i-League 2015 Complete Goal Scorers List till Round 16
Here is the complete list of goal scorers from the Hero i-League 2015 till date (Round 16) as on 17th April 2015.

Two Indians - T. Haokip(Pune FC with 6 goals) and Balwant Singh(Mohun Bagan with 5 goals) make it to the top 5.

79 Goals(47% of total goals) have been scored by Indians while 89 goals were scored by Foreigners.

A total number of 168 goals have been scored by 76 different players.

Hero i-League Complete Goal Scorers List Till Round 16 (April 17th 2015)
Player Name
Goals Scored
Ranti Martins  (East Bengal)
14
Cornell Glen  (Shillong Lajong FC)
9
Sony Norde  (Mohun Bagan)
6
T.Haokip  (Pune FC)
6
Balwant Singh  (Mohun Bagan)
5
Darko Nikac  (Pune FC)
5
Josimar  (Mumbai FC)
5
Yusa Katsumi  (Mohun Bagan)
5
Anthony Wolfe  (SC Goa)
4
Dudu Omagbemi  (East Bengal)
4
Eugeneson Lyngdoh  (Bengaluru FC)
4
Jakichand Singh  (Royal Wahingdoh)
4
Kim Seng Young  (Royal Wahingdoh)
4
Kris Bright  (Bharat FC)
4
Robin Singh  (Bengaluru FC)
4
Thoi Singh  (Bengaluru FC)
4
Setyasen Singh  (Royal Wahingdoh)
3
Victorino Fernandes  (SC Goa)
3
Beikhokei Beingaichho  (Bengaluru FC)
2
Bekay Bawar  (Royal Wahingdoh)
2
Bikas Jairu  (Salgaocar FC)
2
Boithang Haokip  (Shillong Lajong FC)
2
Carlos Hernandes  (Dempo SC)
2
Darryl Duffy  (Salgaocar FC)
2
Douhou Pierre  (Salgaocar FC)
2
Godwin Franco  (Royal Wahingdoh)
2
Haroon Amiri  (Dempo SC)
2
Joshua Walker  (Bengaluru FC)
2
Luciano Sarbosa  (Pune FC)
2
Mohammed Rafi  (Mumbai FC)
2
Pierre Boya  (Mohun Bagan)
2
Ryuji Sueoka  (Pune FC)
2
Sampath Kuttymani  (Mumbai FC)
2
Sean Rooney  (Bengaluru FC)
2
Uilliams Souza  (Shillong Lajong FC)
2
Abhinash Ruidas  (East Bengal)
1
Alwyn George  (Dempo SC)
1
Anthony D'Souza  (Pune FC)
1
Augustin Fernandes  (Salgaocar FC)
1
Bikramjit Singh  (Mohun Bagan)
1
Brian Mascarenhas  (Salgaocar FC)
1
Calum Angus  (Dempo SC)
1
Denson Devadas  (Mohun Bagan)
1
Dhanachandra Singh  (Mohun Bagan)
1
Durga Boro  (Shillong Lajong FC)
1
Fanai Lalrempuia  (Pune FC)
1
Francis Fernandes  (Dempo SC)
1
Germanpreet Singh  (Dempo SC)
1
Gilbert Oliveira  (Salgaocar FC)
1
Jason Vales  (Salgaocar FC)
1
Jayesh Rane  (Mumbai FC)
1
Justin Stephen  (Mumbai FC)
1
Lenny Rodrigues  (Dempo SC)
1
Mehrajuddin Wadoo  (Bharat FC)
1
Milagres Gonzalves  (Mumbai FC)
1
Milan Singh  (Shillong Lajong FC)
1
Nadong Bhutia  (Royal Wahingdoh)
1
Odafa Okolie  (SC Goa)
1
Ogba Kalu  (SC Goa)
1
Omar Jaarun  (Bharat FC)
1
Penn Orji  (Shillong Lajong FC)
1
Pritam Kotal  (Mohun Bagan)
1
Raju Yumnam  (Pune FC)
1
Reagan Singh  (Royal Wahingdoh)
1
Rino Anto  (Bengaluru FC)
1
Rocus Lamare  (Salgaocar FC)
1
Shankar Sampingiraj  (Bengaluru FC)
1
Subhash Singh  (Bharat FC)
1
Sunil Chhetri  (Bengaluru FC)
1
Taisuke Matsugae  (Mumbai FC)
1
Vineeth CK  (Bengaluru FC)
1
Zodingliana Ralte  (Shillong Lajong FC)
1
Rahul Bheke  (Mumbai FC)
1
Mathew Gonzalves  (Pune FC)
1
Harmanjot Khabra  (East Bengal)
1
Nim Dorjee Tamang  (Shillong Lajong FC)
1
TOTAL GOALS
168

Please Note that total goals scored is 170 with the other 2 goals except from the 168 listed above came from own goal.

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Thursday, April 16, 2015

Begaluru FC and Mumbai FC coaches fined for misconduct

Bengaluru FC and Mumbai FC fined for misconduct
AIFF Disciplinary Committee met on 16th April 2015 and announced fines on Bengaluru FC and Mumbai FC coaches for misconduct
The All India Football Federation(AIFF) Desciplinary committee sat on a meeting on 16th April 2015 to voice their opinion on the agenda of several cases of misconduct which took place during the Hero i-League clash between Bengaluru FC and Mumbai FC. The disciplinary committee was chaired by Mr. N.A. Khan.

Below are the individuals who were accused of misconduct during and/or after the match:

Pradhyum Reddy - Assistant Coach of Bengaluru FC
Ashley Westwood - Head Coach of Bengaluru FC
Khalid Jamil - Head Coach of Mumbai FC
Amoes Do - Player of Mumbai FC

AIFF fines Bengaluru FC and Mumbai FC for misconduct
Bengaluru FC head coach Ashley Westwood fined Rs. 2 Lacs for
entering the play area to protest referee's decision
Below were the decisions taken by the committee:

Bengaluru FC fined Rs. 2 lac and were warned to improve the organizational facilities.

Pradhyum Reddy - charged under Section 58 of AIFF Disciplinary code for using abusive language and suspended for four matches.

Ashley Westwood - He was fined Rs. 2 lac as per Section 12 of I-League regulations as he was reported to enter into the playing pitch to protest the decision of the referee as well as misconduct in the field.

Khalid Jamil - Suspended for Four Matches as per the Article 58 of the AIFF disciplinary code, for using offensive behaviour. The Mumbai FC coach tendered unconditional apology and undertook to behave decently in future as per the AIFF rules and regulations.

Mr. Amoes Do - Fined Rs. 50,000. Found guilty of breaching I-League Regulations under Section 12 as the player has indulged in offensive behaviour after the match. Amoes was also warned to abide by the AIFF rules and regulations.

Second Division i-League 2015 Results: 16th April

2nd Division i-League 2015 Results
Second Division i-League Results: 16th April 2015
Second Division i-League 2015 Results
16.04.2015

Hindustan FC 1-0 Mohammedan SC
PIFA Colaba FC 0-3 Kenkre FC
Aizwal FC 2-3 Chanmari FC
United SC 0-4 Lonestar Kashmir

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

AFC Cup 2015 Results: East Bengal and Bengaluru FC register victories

AFC Cup 2015 Results: 14th April 2015
AFC Cup 2015 Results: 14th April 2015
AFC Cup 2015 Results
14.04.2015

Warriors FC(Singapore) 0-1 Bengaluru FC(India)
BFC: Robin Singh(76th)

Kingfisher East Bengal(India) 3-0 Balestier Khalsa FC(Singapore)
KEB: Baldeep Singh Jr(22nd), N.Hussein(Own Goal -71st), Ranti Martins(75th)

Indian contingent had a great day in continental competition today as both Bengaluru FC and East Bengal both registered good victories over Singaporean opponents Warriors FC and Balestier Khalsa FC respectively.

Robin Singh scored the all important goal for Bengaluru FC in the 76th minute in a game where Bengaluru FC dominated most of the part. Sunil Chhetri showed his class as he was a standout performer for the Blues having several attempts saved by the Warriors shot-stopper. First half saw both Warriors FC and Bengaluru FC playing their heart out in a fast paced game but both failing to break the deadlock. Early in the second half, Warriors FC threatened the Bengaluru FC goal but the Blues settled down and started to dominate the proceedings. Robin Singh's long range strike into the right corner of the net in the 76th minute came off from a ill-taken goal-kick which the Bengaluru FC players pounced on. The game finished 0-1 in favor of Bengaluru FC playing away and thus Warriors FC became the first causality of the AFC Cup 2015, crashing out of the tournament without a single point till date.

Eelco Schattorie played down the importance of the AFC Cup 2015 tie against Balestier Khalsa FC prioritizing the national league "Hero i-League" over the continental championship. Fielding a second string team without the likes of Dudu Omagbemi and Ranti Martins in the starting XI, East Bengal started the game on a high with a string of short-passing game and keeping their opponents at bay. Baldeep Singh Jr. broke the deadlock in the 22nd minute when he rose above everyone to rifle a corner to the back of the net. Balestier Khalsa FC showed more intent than their lackluster first half but a own goal in the 71st minute killed their hope when Nurullah Hussein sliced a cross back onto his own net. Ranti Martins coming on as a substitute completed the thrashing in the 75th minute as he kept his cool after being played through to a one-on-one situation with the goalkeeper.
 
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