Indian Football Blog Special Awards: Deadly Death Scorer Award

Hi everyone much like our statistics and facts section, we have included a new section called "Indian Football  Blog Special Award" where we will let you know the winners of some special awards for i-League 2012-13 till the current break. The categories are the one which makes the award Special. We hope that just like the ongoing articles on facts and statistics, you all will enjoy this section too and provide your valuable feedbacks.

This is our first post and we will reveal the winner of the award - "Deadly Death Scorer". The award is for the goal scorers with the number of goals scored in final 15 minutes of the game. Please note it is not for the player with maximum number of goals scored in the final 15 minutes but for the one whose number of goals scored in the final 15 minutes comprises most of his goals scored. And obviously we have to use a certain minimum limit to filter the one's having number of goals are less than 3.

And the winner is....


Peter Carvalo of Dempo SC
for his late goal scoring habits and rescuing his team just in time.

Peter Carvalho, Dempo SC gets the Deadly Death Scorer Award

Honorable Mention: 


Joseph Pereira of Sporting Clube de Goa 
with 3 of his 4 goals coming in the final quarter of the game.
Joseph Pereira of Sporting Clube de Goa narrowly missed the award with his 3 goals out of 4 coming in final 15 minutes of the game.



We will reveal new awards and winners once in a while. So, stay tuned for more...


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