World news – ISL 2020-21 Live Score, NorthEast United v Bengaluru FC LIVE: Fox back in NEUFC XI, Khabra returns for BFC

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Action from the Indian Super League (ISL 2020-21) between NorthEast United FC and Bengaluru FC. – ISL / Sportzpics

Welcome to Sportstar’s ISL 2020-21 blog about the duel between NorthEast United FC and Bengaluru FC at Tilak Maidan Stadium.

24 ‘First shot on goal! Khabra floats a cross from the left and Opseth walks in front of Fox to lead them, but it’s a regulation except for Gurmeet.

20 ‘Bengaluru saw more of the ball in the first 20 minutes and showed a lot of intent up front. NorthEast United have made some forays into the attacking third, but nothing special so far. Neither side has taken a shot yet.

17 ‘Pratik is cautioned by the referee for a poor high boot challenge. He almost cut off Suhair’s head there!

16 ‘Brilliant work by Parag, who is currently making his second start in the ISL. The boy plays give and go with khabra and then threads a nice low cross for Opseth. However, Fox removes the danger before Opseth can connect.

13 ‘Ouch! Rochharzela gets his head taped after Pratilk bent his elbows while trying to win a header.

10 ‘A shot from Gallego is blocked by Paartalu. After the ricochet, a lob is shot into the penalty area. Suhair’s header is missed. Dimas seems to be concerned here … he’s clutching his lower back in pain.

5 ‘How many times have we seen this from Bengaluru? Khabra lashes in a loop from the right and Chhetri is at the end. But the BFC skipper spots Ashutosh trying to win the header.

3 ‘Opseth tries and tries and tries but can’t clear a shot from the edge of the box.

2 ‘NorthEast United made a last-minute move when Lalengmawia replaced Fanai in the starting XI. Fanai suffered an injury during training.

7:25 p.m .: The players are in the middle. NorthEast United in their red jerseys, while Bengaluru dons their white away shirt.

7:20 pm: NorthEast United are struggling with goals as well, having only scored four goals in their last five games. Belgian central defender Benjamin Lambot scored two of these goals.

7:10 pm: A statistic that you do not often associate with Bengaluru – the team has more goals (13) than before (12) in the Indian Super League achieved. BFC have also failed to score in three of their last four games, all of which ended in defeat.

7pm: Naushad Moosa is still grappling with the nature of his promotion after the sacking of Carles Cuadrat last week . « You won’t believe me, but it’s been three sleepless nights. It wasn’t easy for me, » he says.

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ISL 2020-21: No new coach for Bengaluru FC but Moosa paves the way for a fresh start

Naushad Moosa will complete his second test as an interim coach when Bengaluru FC face NorthEast United FC today. – ISL / Sportzpics

Naushad Moosa will complete his second test as an interim coach when Bengaluru FC face NorthEast United FC today. – ISL / Sportzpics

6:50 pm: Bengaluru FC interim coach Naushad Moosa is also making three changes when Khabra and Pratik return to the XI. Suresh, who was a workhorse for BFC, was used alongside Udanta. Norwegian striker Opseth has another start.

While Cleiton Silva has three goals and one support for his name, Kristian Opseth has yet to open his account in ISL 2020-21. – ISL / Sportzpics

6.45 p.m.: Three changes for NorthEast United FC as goalkeeper Gurmeet returns to the starting XI. Defender Dylan Fox is back with Rochharzela replacing Sylla.

One of the main problems for Gerard Nus’ NorthEast United has been the mixed attack: the team have only scored four goals in their last five games. – ISL / Sportzpics

NorthEast United FC XI: Gurmeet (GK), Gurjinder Kumar, Ashutosh Mehta, Dylan Fox, Benjamin Lambot, Khassa Camara, Rochharzela, Federico Gallego, Lalengmawia, Suhair Vadakkepeedika, Luis Machado.

FC Bengaluru XI: Gurpreet Singh Sandhu (GK), Rahul Bheke, Pratik Chaudhari, Juanan, Parag Srivas, Cleiton Silva, Harmanjot Khabra, Erik Paartalu, Dimas Delgado, Kristian Opseth, Sunil Chhetri.

6.15 p.m .: Podcast: From Mumbai City and ATK Mohun Bagan’s dominance until Carles Cuadrat’s dismissal at Bengaluru FC, our reporters Aashin Prasad and Shyam Vasudevan talk about everything to do with ISL on our latest episode of the Full Time Show. Listen:

Gurmeet, Ashutosh Mehta, Benjamin Lambot, Dylan Fox, Gurjinder Kumar, Khassa Camara, Lalengmawia, Neuntoinganba Meetei, Federico Gallego, Luis Machado; Suhair V. P.

Gurpreet Singh Sandhu; Namgyal Bhutia, Juanan, Rahul Bheke, Ajith Kumar; Erik Paartalu, Dimas Delgado, Suresh Wangjam; Cleiton Silva, Kristian Opseth and Sunil Chhetri

Bengaluru FC aim to stop their winless run in the Indian Super League when they face North East United FC in Vasco on Tuesday. The club have played six games without a win and their loss to SC East Bengal extended their losing streak to four. The Blues are known as a good team and are under pressure. Head coach Carles Cuadrat was sacked last week and interim coach Naushad Moosa has yet to taste the victory.

The team has scored more goals (13) than previously (12) in the Indian Super League. Although there have been numerous shots on goal, the only goal it has scored in their last four games was from a penalty against Mumbai City FC. There will also be pressure to deliver against a team that traditionally did well against – five wins, three draws and one loss. « It was a difficult time for everyone, » said the Bengaluru FC head coach. Moosa, before the competition.

“It wasn’t easy for the players and everyone who is involved with the club. We have to overcome this form and work on it. The players are motivated and I expect them to do better against North East United. They are not a bad team at all and their position on the table (seventh) does not reflect their performances. They have the ability to fight back and we cannot take them lightly, « said Moosa.

The Highlanders have also suffered defeat; They went back 4-2 against Hyderabad FC last Friday. The main concern for them would be the inconsistency of their attack: they have only scored four goals in the last five games and hope the absence of their main striker – Kwesi Appiah – won’t hurt them any further.

« We know Bengaluru has four games Has lost [in a row] but every game is new and we have to respect them, « said North East United assistant coach Alison Kharsyntiew.

 » I’m sure the players are doing their best [on Tuesday] Whatever the result, we know our duty. We have to forget about the last game, concentrate on the next game and use 100 percent to win … Whether we play the best team or not « We have to be ready. We are ready for any possible attack from them, » he said.

The last time the two teams met, they drew 2-2 earlier this season .

5:30 p.m .: Bengaluru FC is n after four consecutive defeats when they face NorthEast United FC in the Indian Super League on Tuesday.

NorthEast United has also had a difficult time with the club not winning six games.

The seventh edition of the Indian Super League began on November 20th in a bio-bubble in Goa.

During the four-month tournament, eleven teams will play against each other in a league and playoff format at three venues. With the addition of SC East Bengal, 115 games will be played this season, up from 95 last season.

Ref: https://sportstar.thehindu.com

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