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Bengaluru FC captain Sunil Chhetri’s penalty shot was stopped by Kerala Blasters goalkeeper Albino Gomes in the Indian Super League (ISL) match played on Sunday night.
Bengaluru FC defeated Kerala Blasters 4–2 in the Indian Super League (ISL) match played on Sunday night. This is Bengaluru’s second win this season, while the Blasters have suffered a third defeat. With 9 points from two wins and three draws in five matches, Bengaluru FC have moved up to fourth place in the table of 11 teams. Bengaluru FC is one of the teams that have not lost a single match so far this season. On the other hand, the Blasters are in ninth place with two points with three defeats and two draws. Apart from the Blasters, Odisha and East Bengal have not been able to win a single match this season.
Both teams are on par in the first half
In the first half of the match, both the teams scored one goal each. In the 17th minute of the match, Rahul Bheke from Kerala Blasters scored and gave the team a 1-0 lead. In the 29th minute, Bengaluru’s Klyton Silva scored the goal to make it 1-1.
Two players from Bengaluru got yellow card in first half
This half featured two yellow cards. The first yellow card was won by Bengaluru’s Juanan in the 38th minute, while the second yellow card was presented to Bangalore’s Aashiq Kurunian in the 45th minute.
Bengular captain Sunil Chhetri who scored a penalty
The second half was very important for Bengaluru. Bengaluru scored a penalty in the 47th minute, but its captain Sunil Chhetri missed a goal.
Bengaluru won by two goals in the second half
In the 51st minute, Christian Opcett scored for Bengaluru, while Dima Delgado scored the score in the 53rd minute.