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In the match against Hyderabad in the Indian Super League on Tuesday, East Bengal goalkeeper Debjit Majumdar tried to save the goal.
East Bengal suffered a fourth defeat in the Indian Super League (ISL) match played on Tuesday night for the seventh season. Hyderabad defeated East Bengal 3–2. Bengal have played five matches so far. Of these, only one match was a draw. He is at the bottom of the points table with one point. Hyderabad FC, on the other hand, has their second win of the season. She has reached fifth place in the points table with nine points.
East Bengal took the lead in the beginning
Jacques Maghomah scored from East Bengal to give the team a 1-0 lead over Hyderabad. Maghoma became the first player to score for Bengal. At the same time, Hyderabad got many opportunities to lead and equalize, but it could not capitalize on the opportunity. Hyderabad got a penalty in injury time, but skipper Aridan Santana could not score.
Hyderabad dominates in the second half
Hyderabad FC dominated as soon as the second half started. He lost a chance in the 54th minute, but captain Santana equalized the score in the 56th minute. Mohammed Yasir was assisted in this goal.
Santana did not stop and scored another goal in the same minute to put Hyderabad ahead 2–1. Santana scored this goal in collaboration with Liston Colaco. Santana scored his fourth goal of the season. In the 68th minute, Hyderabad scored the third goal to take a 3–1 lead. Halicharan Narjare scored the goal for him and was assisted by Liston Colaco.
Maghoma scored from Bengal for the score to 2-3
In the 81st minute of the match, Bengal’s Maghoma scored their second goal of the match to reduce the score to 2-3. Anthony Pilkington contributed to this goal. However, this match was the final goal for East Bengal and thus they suffered their fourth defeat of the season despite a good game.