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INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE LIVE SCORE 2020-21
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20/01/21 : ( ISL: M-65): KERALA BLASTERS 2-1 BENGALURU FC ( FT )
BFC : CLEITON SILVA (23'),
KBFC : LALTHATHANGA KHAWILHRING (73'), RAHUL KP (90+3')

HERO OFF THE MATCH. : Rahul KP. (KERALA BLASTERS)
CLUB AWARD : KERALA BLASTERS
WINNING PASS OF THE MATCH : Gary Hooper (KERALA BLASTERS)

20/01/21 : ( ISL: M-65): KERALA BLASTERS <b><font color=red> 2-1 </b></font> BENGALURU FC

KBFC : Albino Gomes, Sandeep Singh, Costa Nhamoinesu (C)(Cone 90'), Jeakson Singh, Rahul KP, Sahal Abdul Samad, Vicente Gomez, Juande, Yondrembem Denechandra, Gary Hooper, Jordan Murray (Puitia 46').

BFC : Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, Rahul Bheke, Juanan, Parag Srivas, Francisco Gonzalez (Pratik 86'), Amay Morajkar, Suresh Wangjam (Leon 80'), Cleiton Silva, Erik Paartalu, Sunil Chhetri (C), Udanta Singh (Opseth 86').

REFEREE ; HARISH KUNDU.

REPORT - ISL : A late injury-time goal from Rahul KP handed Kerala Blasters a dramatic comeback 2-1 win over heated rivals Bengaluru FC in the Hero Indian Super League at the GMC Stadium on Wednesday.

20/01/21 : ( ISL: M-65): KERALA BLASTERS <b><font color=red> 2-1 </b></font> BENGALURU FC

An acrobatic first-half effort from Cleiton Silva (24') handed Bengaluru the lead before substitute Lalthathanga Khawlhring netted an equaliser (73'). The game looked to be heading for a draw before Rahul scored a brilliant individual effort in injury time.

Despite starting the game better, Kibu Vicuna's men lacked the final ball and was promptly punished by a Bengaluru goal that came arguably against the run of play. After threatening in the opening exchanges, Kerala had their first clear-cut chance in the 18th minute when Jordan Murray's shot from inside the box went over the bar. Minutes later, Sahal Abdul Samad's threatening run into the box came to nothing.

Bengaluru promptly punished them for not making the most of their opportunities. Rahul Bheke's long throw from the right was not properly dealt with by the Kerala defence and it fell to Cleiton, whose acrobatic volley gave Kerala keeper Albino Gomes no chance.Bengaluru had a chance to double the lead at the stroke of halftime when Costa Nhamoinesu fouled Sunil Chhetri just outside the box. The resulting free-kick was taken by Chhetri and looked to be going in, but Albino pulled off a terrific save

As was the case with the first half, it was Kerala who started the second period brighter. And similar to the first period, their failure to find that final pass meant that for all their bluster, they had nothing to show for it. Their first chance came soon after the restart with Juanan brought down Lalthathanga just outside the box. Lalthathanga took the free-kick himself but only succeeded in smashing it straight into the wall.

However, he made amends for it, albeit in contentious circumstances. Bengaluru keeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu went down after using his body to block a powerful Gary Hooper shot from close range. With Gurpreet still on the ground, Sandeep Singh fired the ball back into the box. After a melee, the ball finally broke free for Lalthathanga, who netted the equaliser.

Both teams pressed hard for the winner, getting freekicks from threatening positions that eventually came to nothing. Bengaluru came close to scoring, with substitute Leon Augustin finding himself clean through on goal in injury time. However, he failed to get the ball past the onrushing Albino.

There was still time for a late winner, though. After Bengaluru struck the post, a rapid counter-attack from the men in yellow saw Rahul sprint into the Bengaluru half. Instead of trying to find a teammate, he took the shot himself and succeeded in beating Gurpreet for a dramatic winner.

OUR IDEA IS TO GET THREE POINTS IN EVERY MATCH: HABAS


20.1.21: After wasting points against Mumbai City FC and FC Goa, the second placed team in the league ATK Mohun Bagan will play against Chennaiyin FC in a 12th round encounter . The first round match on 29th December ended in a goal less draw.

In the virtual press conference just before the match the Spanaish coach of ATK Mohun Bagan, Antonio Habas said,"There is no added pressure. In championships, you have good moments and sometimes bad. We have played the last two games against the top two teams – FC Goa and Mumbai City FC who are capable of winning the league. We are in the top half of the table. Maybe we need to improve. We have to continue our work. Our idea is to get three points in every match. After that we can think about the playoffs."

The Mariners has created the least number of chances (81) this season and has attempted just 35 shots on target. They have also scored just 11 — the joint-second-lowest in the league. While discussing, Habas said, "We need to find the right balance between attack and defence. I wouldn’t prefer scoring and conceding 25 goals. That’s not good for me."

The match will kick off at Fatorda stadium at 7.30PM.

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SCOTT NEVIL HELP SC EAST BENGAL TO SHARE POINT WITH KERALA BLASTERS


15/01/21 (ISL : MATCH-59) : SC EAST BENGAL -- 1-1 -- KERALA BLASTERS FC (FT
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KBFC: JORDAN MURRAY (63')
SCEB: SCOTT NEVIL (90+4')

HERO OF THe MATCH : Sahal Abdul Samad (KERALA BLASTERS)
CLUB AWARD : SC EAST BENGAL AND KERALA BLASTERS
WINNING PASS OF THE MATCH : Bright Enobakhare ( SC EAST BENGAL)

15/01/21 (ISL : MATCH-59) : SC EAST BENGAL --<b><font color=red> 1-1 </b></font>-- KERALA BLASTERS FC

SCEB : Debjit Majumder, Narayan Das, Rana Gharami, Daniel Fox, Ankit Mukherjee, Scott Neville, Matti Steinmann, Jacques Maghoma, Milan Singh, Harmanpreet Singh, Bright Enobakhare.

KBFC : Albino Gomes, Costa Nhamoinesu, Jessel Carneiro, Nishu Kumar, Sandeep Singh, Vicente Gomez, Sahal Abdul Samad, Jeakson Singh, Jordan Murray, Facundo Pereyra, Gary Hooper.

REFEREE :HARISH KUNDU

15/01/21 (ISL : MATCH-59) : SC EAST BENGAL --<b><font color=red> 1-1 </b></font>-- KERALA BLASTERS FC

FULL TIME SCORE:SC EAST BENGAL 1-1 KERALA BLASTERS FC
90+5': Referee blew the final whistle.
90+4': GOAL........ SCEB equalised. Scott Nevil's header of a corner from Bright finds the target.
90': 5 minutes added time.
86': Chance wasted by Amadi........failed to place cross pass from Ajay with only Albino in front of him.
84': REPLACEMENTSCEB: Ankit out, Surchandra Singh in
84': REPLACEMENT KBFC: Murray out, Rahul in
83': REPLACEMENT SCEB: Rafique in , Harmanpreet out.
82': REPLACEMENT SCEB: Fox out, Amadi in
82': REPLACEMENT KBFC: Rohit in, Sahal out.
80': SC EAST BENGAL 0-1 KERALA BLASTERS FC
80': Narayan's corner cleared by KBFC defense.
79': A powerful shot by Pilkington but cleared by Costa for a corner.
78': Nevil's cross defected of KBFC defense and finally cleared by Costa.
74': SCEB are trying hard playing in short passes inside the KBFC half to wipe of the deficit.
71': An aimless header by Ankit of a pass from Pilkington went far and wide of the target.
70': SC EAST BENGAL 0-1 KERALA BLASTERS FC
70': REPLACEMENT SCEB: Stainmann out, Pilkington in .
68'; A good move by SCEB down the middle but finally Maghoma was blocked by Costa.
66': REPLACEMENT KBFC: Jessel out, Juan in.

15/01/21 (ISL : MATCH-59) : SC EAST BENGAL --<b><font color=red> 1-1 </b></font>-- KERALA BLASTERS FC

63': GOAL......... Murray scored. Jordan Murray followed a long pass from Albino beat Rana and Nevil is speed and places at the far corner.
61': REPLACEMENT KBFC: Puitea in, Pereyra out.
60': SC EAST BENGAL 0-0 KERALA BLASTERS FC
57': A cross from Sandeep from the left towards Murray but Debjit came out in time to save the situation.
54': A powerful grounder by Hooper of a pass from Sahal missed the target.
52': A long run by Maghoma down the left of a pass from Ajay, but his cross went wide.
51': Narayan's corner from the right cleared by KBFC defense.
50': Maghoma earned a corner as he shot was blocked by Jessel.
49': Murray's shot of a pass from Hopper punched away by Debjit.
47': A push from Bright of a corner from Maghoma saved from the goal line by Jessel in second attempt.
46': REPLACEMENT SCEB: Milan out, Ajay in .
46': Second session kicks off.
HALF TIME SCORE:SC EAST BENGAL 0-0 KERALA BLASTERS FC
45': Referee blew his whistle for half time.
45': 2 minutes added time.

15/01/21 (ISL : MATCH-59) : SC EAST BENGAL --<b><font color=red> 1-1 </b></font>-- KERALA BLASTERS FC

43'; Murray's header of a corner from Pereyra from the right cleared by Fox >
41': A forward pass from Narayan from the left of a pass from Stainmann cleared by Jessel out of the danger zone.
40': SC EAST BENGAL 0-0 KERALA BLASTERS FC
38': A curling cross by Nevil of a pass from Ankit cleared by Costa.
37': A cross from Narayan from the left cleared by KBFC defense.
34': A long cross by Harmanpreet from the right but Bright was far behind, ball rolled over the goal line.
33': Pereyra's shot of a free kick from Sahal went wide.
32': YELLOW CARD to Milan, he brought down Murray, free kick to KBFC>
30': SC EAST BENGAL 0-0 KERALA BLASTERS FC
30': Hooper's free kick headed away by Nevil and finally cleared by Ankit.
29': Hooper was blocked dangerously by Milan free kick to KBFC.
27': Pereyra's corner punched away by Debjit out of the danger zone.
26': Sahal's cross defected of Fox and went for a corner.
25': A prompt shot by Bright of a pass from Maghoma went of the target.

15/01/21 (ISL : MATCH-59) : SC EAST BENGAL --<b><font color=red> 1-1 </b></font>-- KERALA BLASTERS FC

24': KBFC had some good moves so far, kept SCEB defense under pressure.
22': Nishu's long ranger of a defection from SCEB defense went wide.
20': SC EAST BENGAL 0-0 KERALA BLASTERS FC
17': A header from Hooper of a cross from Costa missed the target. SCEB defense were not in their position.
14': A header from Gomez of a cross from Pereyra sailed high over the bar.
11': A low grounder by Harmanpreet from inside the 18 yards of a pass from Milan saved by Albino
10': SC EAST BENGAL 0-0 KERALA BLASTERS FC

15/01/21 (ISL : MATCH-59) : SC EAST BENGAL --<b><font color=red> 1-1 </b></font>-- KERALA BLASTERS FC

8': A long pass from Pereyra to Maurray but the ball went over the goal line.
6': Chance for KBFC......Murray's shot of a long lob saved by Debjit.
4': YELLOW CARD to Jeakson, he pulled down Bright from behind.
2': Maghoma's free kick from deep inside the KBFC half cleared by Costa.
1'; Harmanpreet brought down deep inside the KBFC half, free kick for SCEB.
1': An Early attack by KBFC,but Murray was blocked by Narayan finally.
0': Match started at Tilak maidan.
*** GOOD EVENING.....Welcome to our live updates, Match will start at 7.30PM

DHEERAJ JOINED FC GOA, AJAY CHETRI IN SC EAST BENGAL


15.1.21: The young goalkeeper Dheeraj Singh joined FC Goa after he was released by ATK Mohun Bagan in the transfer window. Dheeraj joined FC Goa in a three years deal.

Dheeraj Singh was in the Indian U 17 FIFA World cup 2017 squad made his ISL appearance for Kerala Blasters FC later joined ATK last year. He was in the squad of ATK Mohun Bagan this year but failed to get a chance in final eleven.

Meanwhile, Mohammed Nawaz who was in FC Goa squad like to take a transfer to Hyderabad FC shortly. SC East Bengal in a press note today announces the joining of 21 years old young midfielder Ajay Chetri on loan from Bengaluru FC. Ajay was in Bengaluru FC academy since 2016, later was called on the senior team in 2018-19 season.

Subham Sen, the goalkeeper of Customs Club of Kolkata will join SC East Bengal. Subham had a wonderful performance for United Sports Club of Kolkata in the recently concluded IFA Shield.

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10.01.21 ( ISL : M-54) : JAMSHEDPUR FC - 2-3 - KERALA BLASTERS ( FT)
KBFC : COSTA NHAMOINESU (22'), JORDAN MURRAY (79', 82')
JFC : NERIJUS VALSKIS (36',84')
RED CARD: LALRUATTHARA (KBFC-75')

Hero of the Match : JORDAN MURRAY (KERALA BLASTERS)
Club Award : Kerala Blasters
Winning Pass of the Match : FAKUNDO PEREIRA (KERALA BLASTERS)

10.01.21 ( ISL : M-54)  : JAMSHEDPUR FC  - <b> <font color=red> 2-3 /b></font>  - KERALA BLASTERS

JFC : TP Rehenesh, Joyner Lourenco, Ricky Lallawmawma, Peter Hartley (C), Stephen Eze, Aitor Monroy, Alexandre Lima, Jackichand Singh(Issac 87'), Mohammad Mobashir (Narendra 87'), Nerijus Valskis, Aniket Jadhav (Willam 75').

KBFC : Albino Gomes, Sandeep Singh, Jessel Carneiro (C), Costa Nhamoinesu, Lalruatthara, Jeakson Singh, Sahal Abdul Samad (Rahul 86'), Vicente Gomez, Jordan Murray, Facundo Pereyra (Hakku 90'), Gary Hooper (Rohit 73').

REFEREE : AJITH KUMAR METAI.

MATCH REPORT - ISL : Ten-men Kerala Blasters put up an inspired show to register their second win of the season as they brushed aside Jamshedpur FC 3-2 at the Tilak Maidan Stadium, Vasco on Sunday.

Kerala took the lead early through Costa Nhamoinesu (22') but his opener was neutralised by Nerijus Valskis (36') before the break. The Jamshedpur striker netted once again in the second half (84') but it only came after Jordan Murray's brace (79', 82') which propelled Kerala to seal the game.

10.01.21 ( ISL : M-54)  : JAMSHEDPUR FC  - <b> <font color=red> 2-3 /b></font>  - KERALA BLASTERS

Both sides went into the break locked in a stalemate, after testing each other and creating a flurry of chances in the first half. Jamshedpur started strong and should have bagged the lead as early as the 4th minute after some delightful build-up play. Valskis did well to hold the ball and found Mobashir Rahman, whose cross found Jadhav. But the youngster's effort deflected off the post.

Seven minutes later, Kerala fashioned a gilt-edged opportunity which was the best chance of the opening half. Gary Hooper put Murray through on goal with a decisive pass that split open the Jamshedpur backline. But with only the keeper to beat, the Australian skewed his shot over the bar.

However, Kerala soon made amends for the early miss as they broke the deadlock from a set-piece. Facundo Pereyra swung a delicious cross in the box for Costa, who got ahead of Jamshedpur keeper TP Rehenesh and headed home.

Jamshedpur rallied back soon after conceding and would go on to restore parity from a set-piece after Lalruatthara fouled Alexandre Lima in a dangerous area outside the box. Valskis curled his free-kick over the wall and into the top bottom corner past Kerala custodian Albino Gomes, ending his three-match goalless streak.

Jamshedpur dominated proceedings after the restart, making constant raids into the opposition box but couldn't find a way. The best chances fell for Jackichand Singh, who struck the woodwork twice. Kerala were reduced to ten men just after the hour mark after Lalruatthara was shown a second yellow card for a rash tackle.

But despite being a man down, two defensive errors from Jamshedpur helped Kerala gain an advantage. They took the lead from a set-piece. After Jessel Carneiro's throw-in was cleared away poorly by Stephen Eze, Pereyra won the ball and tested Rehnesh from close range. The ball fell to Murray on the rebound and he scored a tap-in. A decisive blunder from Rehenesh three minutes later allowed Murray to score again, seeing the shoulders drop in the Jamshedpur dugout.

Valskis got on the scoresheet again to revive Jamshedpur's hopes of a comeback. The striker buried his header into the net from Mobashir's cross to cut short his side's deficit. But in the end, his goal came a little too late as Kerala went home with the three points.

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07/01/21 : (ISL : M-50) : KERALA BLASTERS -- 2-4 - ODISHA FC (FT)
KBFC : Jordan Murray 7', Garry Hooper 79'
OFC : Jeakson Singh 22', Steven Taylor 42', DIEGO MAURICIO 50', 60'

Hero Of the Match : Diego Mauricio ( Odisha FC)
Club award : ODISHA FC.
Winning Pass of the match : Jerry Mawihmingthanga (Odisha FC)

07/01/21 : (ISL : M-50) : KERALA BLASTERS -- <b><font color=red> 2-4 </b></font> - ODISHA FC

KBFC : Albino Gomes, Sandeep Singh (Prashant-69'), Nishu Kumar (Bakari Kone-45'), Jessel Carneiro (C), Abdul Hakku, Jeakson Singh (Rohit Kumar-76'), Rahul KP (Garry Hooper-59'), Sahal Abdul Samad (Lalthathanga Khawlhring-76'), Vicente Gomez, Jordan Murray, Facundo Pereyra.

OFC : Arshdeep Singh, Hendry Antonay, Gaurav Bora, Jacob Tratt, Steven Taylor (C), Cole Alexander, Vinit Rai(Paul Ramfangzauv-90'), Jerry Mawihmingthanga, Nandhakumar Sekar, Diego Mauricio (Mohd Sajid Dhot-90'), Daniel Lalhlimpuia (Marcelinho-82').

REFEREE : Pratik Mondal

MATCH REPORT - ISL : Odisha FC got the monkey off their back as they cruised to their first win of the season with a 4-2 victory over Kerala Blasters in the Hero Indian Super League at the GMC Stadium, here on Thursday.

07/01/21 : (ISL : M-50) : KERALA BLASTERS -- <b><font color=red> 2-4 </b></font> - ODISHA FC

Kerala drew first blood through Jordan Murray (7') but Odisha took the lead in the first half itself through an own goal from Jeakson Singh (22') and a strike from Steven Taylor (42'). Diego Mauricio's second-half brace (50', 60') then settled the tie in favor of Odisha. Gary Hooper (79') scored a consolation for Kerala, but it proved to be not enough to spark a comeback.

It was Odisha who started better, enforcing a corner in the third minute but Kerala scored the opener much against the run of play. KP Rahul headed Facundo Pereyra's freekick at goal and a diving Arshdeep Singh could only parry it straight into Murray's path. The latter made no mistake from a tight angle.

Odisha struck back 15 minutes later in somewhat fortuitous fashion. Jerry Mawihmingthanga found Mauricio on the right and his shot took a heavy deflection off Jeakson before trickling past a wrong-footed Albino Gomes.

Vicente Gomez almost came up with an instant equaliser as he headed in Pereyra's cross, but it was straight at Arshdeep. Kerala would rue the misses soon with Taylor taking advantage of some poor defending to give Odisha the lead just before halftime. Jerry's cross found Taylor unmarked at the far post and the English defender calmly slotted in.

Jerry missed a good chance straight after the restart, but Mauricio would soon ensure that his miss went unpunished. First, he scored Odisha's third after Jerry's lob found him clear on goal. Ten minutes later, he scored a spectacular goal to put the result beyond doubt. The Brazilian received the ball from Nandhakumar Sekhar and beat a defender before curling it past the keeper from outside the box.

Kerala would have a glimmer of hope in the 79th minute when Gary Hooper netted their second. Jordan Murray did well to put the ball in the box and found Hooper, who slashed at goal. His shot took a deflection off Taylor before going in.

The goal inspired the previously-downbeat Kerala players as they launched assault after assault on the Odisha goal. However, the Odisha defence stood firm as their coach Stuart Baxter celebrated his first win of the season at the final whistle.

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02/01/2021 : (ISL : M-44) : MUMBAI CITY FC -- 2-0 -- KERALA BLASTERS ( FULL TIME)
MCFC : LE FONDRE 3'(P), BOUMOUS 11'

Hero of the Math : Amrinder Singh ( GK- MUMBAI CITY)
Club Award : MUMBAI CITY
Winning Pass of the Match : Ahmed Jahouh ( MUMBAI CITY)

02/01/2021 : (ISL : M-44) : MUMBAI CITY FC -- <b><font color=red> 2-0 </b></font> -- KERALA BLASTERS

MCFC : Amrinder Singh (C), Amey Ranawade ( Rakip-87'), Mourtada Fall, Mandar Rao Dessai ( Vignes-74'), Bipin Singh, Rowllin Borges, Raynier Fernandes ( Vikram-87'), Hugo Boumous ( Cy Goddard-77'), Hernan Santana, Ahmed Jahouh, Adam Le Fondre.

KBFC : Albino Gomes, Costa Nhamoinesu, Jessel Carneiro (C), Nishu Kumar, Sandeep Singh, Jeakson Singh, Sahal Abdul Samad (Seityasen-80'), Vicente Gomez (Givson-87'), Lalthathanga Khawlhring (Rahul-61'), Facundo Pereyra, Jordan Murray.

REFEREE : Rahul Kumar Gupta

MATCH DETAIL- ISL : Mumbai City FC reclaimed the top spot in the Hero Indian Super League following a 2-0 win over Kerala Blasters FC at the GMC Stadium, on Saturday. First-half goals from Adam Le Fondre (3’ P) and Hugo Boumous (11’) ensured full points for the Islanders who are now unbeaten in their last seven games.

02/01/2021 : (ISL : M-44) : MUMBAI CITY FC -- <b><font color=red> 2-0 </b></font> -- KERALA BLASTERS

Both teams made a couple of changes to their line-ups, Boumous and Mandar Rao Dessai returned to Sergio Lobera’s starting XI while for Kerala, Costa Nhamoinesu and Lalthathanga Khawlhring were named ahead of Abdul Hakku and Rahul KP.

Mumbai punished Kerala for an early error which gifted them the first goal in the third minute. Boumous latched on to a Vicente Gomez back-pass and the Frenchman was brought down in the box by Nhamoinesu and won a penalty. Le Fondre netted his sixth goal of the campaign despite Albino Gomes getting a leg to the ball.

Mumbai doubled their lead in the 11th minute and this time, Boumous got his name on the scoresheet. Ahmed Jahouh sprayed a long ball from his own half towards Boumous from a free-kick, and the Frenchman made it look easy as he got past his marker and slotted past Albino.

Kerala took time to get into the game and had a couple of tries at the rival goal forcing Amrinder Singh into action. Amrinder first denied Gomez with a diving save and later stopped Sahal Abdul Samad’s effort. Sahal should have passed the ball to Facundo Pereyra, who was in a better position to score.

Kerala created chances and showed their desire to get back in the game but the Mumbai defenders were an equal match to their opponents. Mumbai were guilty of squandering yet another chance just before the break. Boumous cut the ball back to Le Fondre, but his chip sailed over the bar.

Kerala put up an improved performance in the second half. They created chances early and nearly pulled a goal back in the 55th minute but Jordan Murray's effort was ruled offside. With less than 20 minutes on the clock, Mumbai had the chance to further extend their lead when they were awarded yet another penalty after Boumous was fouled in the box. But this time, Albino read it right and his strong right arm denied Boumous.

At the other end, Amrinder came up with a brilliant save when he parried Gomez's long-range shot which brushed off the crossbar. The keeper did exceptionally well to help his side maintain their fifth clean sheet of the season.

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27.12.20 : (ISL : M-40) : KERALA BLASTERS -- 2-0 -- HYDERABAD FC (FT)
KBFC : Abdul Hakku 29', Jordan Murray 88'

Hero of the Match : Jeakson Singh ( KERALA BLASTERS )
Club Award : Kerala Blasters FC.
winning Pass of the Match : Facundo Pereyra ( KERALA BLASTERS )

27.12.20 : (ISL : M-40) : KERALA  BLASTERS -- <b><font color=red> 2-0 </b></font> -- HYDERABAD FC

KBFC : Albino Gomes , Sandeep Singh, Nishu Kumar, Jordan Murray (Prasant -90'), Facundo Pereyra, Jessel Carneiro (C), Jeakson Singh, Rahul KP, Sahal Abdul Samad ( Rohit-79'), Abdul Hakku, Vicente Gomez.

HFC : Subrata Paul, Chinglensana Singh (Adil Khan - 80'), Joao Victor, Aridane Santana (C), Mohammed Yasir (Sourav Chakraborty-66'), Liston Colaco (Danmawaiya-66'), Odei Onaindia, Hitesh Sharma (F. Sandaza 74'), Halicharan Narzary, Akash Mishra, Asish Rai.

REFEREE : RANJIT BAKSHI.

REPORT - ISL : Kerala Blasters dished out a complete performance as they edged Hyderabad 2-0 to secure their first win of the Hero Indian Super League season at the GMC Stadium, here on Sunday.

27.12.20 : (ISL : M-40) : KERALA  BLASTERS -- <b><font color=red> 2-0 </b></font> -- HYDERABAD FC

Abdul Hakku's header (29') put Kerala ahead in the first half before Jordan Murray (88') sealed three points for Kibu Vicuna's side.

Hyderabad created a few half-chances with Aridane Santana failing to take them. Both sides fought neck-and-neck but Kerala grabbed the opener just before the half-hour mark through a set-piece. They won a corner and Facundo Pereyra whipped an inch-perfect cross for Hakku, who bagged his first ISL goal through a pin-point header.

Hyderabad threw the kitchen sink in the dying minutes but just like the first half, failed to convert their chances. The best opportunity fell to Halicharan Narzary in the 80th minute, but he miscued his shot. Receiving the ball on the left, the winger cut inside looking to find the far corner but saw his effort sail over the bar.

Kerala started on a bright note and had a chance to break the deadlock early on when an error from Asish Rai got Hyderabad in trouble. Sahal pounced on Rai’s poor touch and squared the ball but Odei Onaindia thwarted the danger with a vital tackle.

However, their hopes of making any comeback were swept away when Murray put the game to bed late on. Substitute Adil Khan failed to deal with a cross in the box and it fell to Murray, who made no mistake and placed his shot in the bottom corner.

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KERALA BLASTERS AND SC EAST BENGAL ARE STILL TO REGISTER A WIN


20.12.20 : (ISL: M-35) : KERALA BLASTERS FC -- ( 1-1 ) -- SC EAST BENGAL (FT)
KBFC : Jackson singh 90+5'
SCEB : Bakary Kone (og-14')

Hero of the Match : Anthony Pilkington ( SC EAST BENGAL)
Club Award : KERALA BLASTERS and SC EAST BENGAL
Winning pass of the Match : Sahal Abdul Samad ( KERALA BLASTERS)

20.12.20 : (ISL MATCH : 35) KERALA BLASTERS (<b><font color=red> 0-1 </b></font> ) SC EAST BENGAL

KBFC : Albino Gomes, Bakary Kone, Nishu Kumar, Seityasen Singh, Rohit Kumar, Facundo Pereyra, Jessel Carneiro, Rahul KP, Vicente Gomez, Costa Nhamoinesu, Gary Hooper.

SCEB : Debjit Majumder, Scott Neville, Daniel Fox, Matti Steinmann, Mohammed Rafique, Jacques Maghoma, Anthony Pilkington, Bikash Jairu, Sehnaj Singh, Surchandra Singh, Haobam Singh.

REFEREE: TESAJ NAGVENKAR.

20.12.20 : (ISL MATCH : 35) KERALA BLASTERS (<b><font color=red> 0-1 </b></font> ) SC EAST BENGAL

FULL TIME SCORE:SC EAST BENGAL 1-1 KERALA BLASTERS FC
90+6': Referee blew the final whistle.
90+4': GOALLLL... KBFC scored. Jeakson's header of a cross from Sahal went inside.

20.12.20 : (ISL MATCH : 35) KERALA BLASTERS (<b><font color=red> 0-1 </b></font> ) SC EAST BENGAL

90+2': YELLOW CARD to Scott for rough tackle against Murray.
90': 6 minutes added time.
87': A brilliant save by Albino again.....denied a push from Maghoma of a pass from Steinmann.
83': REPLACEMENT SCEB: Rafiq out,Angoa in.
83': REPLACEMENT KBFC Puitea in, Kone out.
82': Pereyra free kick went wide SCEB survived.
81': YELLOW CARD to Fox
81': Murray was fouled by FOX at the of 18 yards, free kick to KBFC.
80': SC EAST BENGAL 1-0 KERALA BLASTERS FC
77': An aimless cross from Maghaoma went wide. Maghaoma could have take his time before passing.

20.12.20 : (ISL MATCH : 35) KERALA BLASTERS (<b><font color=red> 0-1 </b></font> ) SC EAST BENGAL

74': A long run by kone down the middle, but blocked by fox finally.
71': YELLOW CARD to Surchandra for rough tackle.
70': SC EAST BENGAL 1-0 KERALA BLASTERS FC
70': Chance for KBFC: Debjit brilliantly punched away a shot from Murray of a pass from Sahal.
68': REPLACEMENT SCEB Gopi in, Haobam out.
66': Sahal was looking dangerous inside the 18 yards, but blocked by Fox.
65': Sahal's shoots wide from inside the 18 yards of a pass from Nishu from the right.
63': Albino again ......blocked a header of Steinmann of a cross from Bikash.
61': A save by Albino again........saved a shot from Rafiq of a forward pass from Steinmann.
60': SC EAST BENGAL 1-0 KERALA BLASTERS FC

20.12.20 : (ISL MATCH : 35) KERALA BLASTERS (<b><font color=red> 0-1 </b></font> ) SC EAST BENGAL

58': Pilkington's free kick brilliantly saved by Albino.
57': YELLOW CARD to Kone for rough tackle to Pilkington, free kick to SCEB.
55': A forward pass from Steinmann but Rafiq was a bit slow, Albino collects.
53': SCEB earns a corner of a counter attack.....Pilkington's corner went far and wide.
52': A curling corner from Pereyra from the right cleared by Fox out of the danger zone.
51': A header from Kone of a corner from Preyera went wide.
50': A cross from Murray from the left cleared by Bikash for a corner.
48': A cross from Sahal from the left , cleared by Fox.
46': REPLACEMENT - KBFC : Rohit Kumar out and Jackson Singh in.
46': THREE PLAYERS REPLACED BY KBFC: Sahal in , Saityasen out, Jeakson on, Rohit off, Murray on, Hooper off.
46': Second session starts, KBFC kicks off.
HALF TIME SCORE:SC EAST BENGAL 1-0 KERALA BLASTERS FC
45+3: Referee blew the whistle for Half Time.
45+2: Peryera's corner cleared by Shehnaj out of the danger zone.
45+2: A long cross from Nishu, but cleared by Fox before Hooper could connect.
45': 3 minutes added time.
43': A long cross from Peryera, but Debjit punched away the ball before Rahul could make a contract.
40': SC EAST BENGAL 1-0 KERALA BLASTERS FC
37': A good forward pass from Piklington but Rafiq slipped inside the 18 yards with only Albino to beat.
35': A long run by Bikash down the left of a counter attack....... but he was blocked by Kone. 34': Saityasen's free kick from the left punched away by Debjit.
33': Free kick to KBFC, as Rafiq fouled Rahul.
30': SC EAST BENGAL 1-0 KERALA BLASTERS FC
28': A prompt left footed shot by Jessel of a defection from SCEB defense, missed by a whisker.
26': A good cross by Rafiq from the right of a pass from Bikash, but Kone cleared the ball out of the danger zone.
25': Pilkington unable to pass inside the 18 yards after covering a long space, KBFC defense cleared.
24': Chance for SCEB, Maghoma cross cleared by Rohit, as Pilkington and Rafiq was following.
22': Rahul failed to connect a corner fro Peryera, Fox cleared.
21': Costa failed to control a pass from Nishu, Surchandra cleared for a corner.
20': SC EAST BENGAL 1-0 KERALA BLASTERS FC
18': SCEB are creating pressure in KBFC defense. It's Albino who had to save in a number of occasion.
15': Chance for SCEB, pilkington's shot of a pass from Maghoma saved by Albino.
12': GOALLLLL...... SC East Bengal leading.A shot from Rafiq deflected of Bakery Kone and went inside.

11': YELLOW CARD to Rahul 10': SC EAST BENGAL 0-0 KERALA BLASTERS FC
10': A header by Kone of a comer but missed the target marginally.
7': A beautiful angular shot from Haobam at the far corner, but equally brilliantly saved by Albino.
5': KBFC on a counter attack....A forward pass from Pereyra to Hooper but he was ruled offside.
3': A long ranger from Steinmann but Albino controls the situation.
2': A long lob from Shehnaj but Pilkington was a bit slow in reacting. Albino collects.
0': Match started, SCEB kicks off.
**** GOOD EVENING........Welcome to our Live Updates, Match will start shortly.


WE WILL START AGAINST KERALA BLASTERS WITH A FRESH MINDSET: FOWLER


19.12.20: SC East Bengal and Kerala Blasters FC will will clash in an important encounter in Hero Indian Super League at the GMC Stadium, Bambolim. Both the teams are struggling and are yet to register a win in the competition even after five matches.

The statistics shows that both teams have conceded 10 goals in their five matches. Eight of the ten goals that both sides have conceded have come after the break, highlighting their second-half struggles.

The Head coach of SC East Bengal are desperate for a win against Kerala Blasters FC with a fresh mindset. pre-match Press conference, SC East Bengal Head Coach Robbie Fowler said, "We all need to play better against Kerala Blasters FC and our concentration levels need to be higher. It doesn’t really matter what formation you’re playing with because it can change if a player moves ten yards. We’ve shown that we can compete. Maybe the results didn’t go our way, but we always go out there, believing that we can win."

SC East Bengal won against Kerala Blasters in the pre season friendly by a margin of 3-1, though it will be a match on Sunday evening. As Robbie Fowler said, "Yes, we had a good result against them, but it means nothing in the grand scheme of things. It’s a fresh game for both sides and we both want to win—it’s as simple as that. What happened in the past is irrelevant now. We still have to play well on the day. The players have to recover a little bit better; they need to work hard for each other. We have to work well with the ball and also without it. We’ll go into the game with a fresh mindset."

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13/12/2020 (ISL: M-27) BENGALURU FC -- 4-2 --- KERALA BLASTERS FC (FT)
KBFC : RAHUL KP (17'), JORDAN MURRAY (60')
BFC : CLEITON SILVA(28'), KRISTAN OPSETH (51'), DIMAS DELGADO (52'), SUNIL CHETRI (64')

Hero of the Match : Dimas Delgado..( BENGALURU FC)
Club Award : BENGALURU FC
Winning Pass of the Match : Harmanjot Khabra (BENGALURU FC)

13/12/2020  (ISL: M-27)  BENGALURU FC --  <b><font color=red> 4-2</b></font> --- KERALA BLASTERS FC

BFC : Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, Pratik Chaudhari, Juanan, Erik Paartalu, Harmanjot Khabra, Dimas Delgado, Cleiton Silva(Brown 90'), Suresh Wangjam(Fran 67'), Kristian Opseth(Udanta 67'), Sunil Chhetri (C), Ashique Kuruniyan(Muirang 90').

KBFC : Albino Gomes, Bakary Kone, Nishu Kumar, Lalruatthara(Sandeep 77'), Prasanth Karuthadathkuni(Jessel 74'), Jeakson Singh(Rohit 72'), Rahul KP, Vicente Gomez (C), Jordan Murray, Facundo Pereyra(Saeityasen 77'), Gary Hooper.

REFEREE : CRYSTAL JOHN.

ISL REPORT : Bengaluru FC walked away with three points after a 4-2 win over Kerala Blasters in the Hero Indian Super League Season 7 at the Fatorda Stadium, Goa, on Sunday. The teams were tied 1-1 at the break with Rahul KP (17’) giving Kerala Blasters a surprise lead which was canceled out by Cleiton Silva (29’).

13/12/2020  (ISL: M-27)  BENGALURU FC --  <b><font color=red> 4-2</b></font> --- KERALA BLASTERS FC

The second half saw four goals being scored in the span of 14 minutes. Erik Paartalu (51’) and Dimas Delgado (53’) scored in quick succession to give Bengaluru FC breathing space but Jordan Murray (61’) gave some hope to the away team. Sunil Chhetri (65’) put the game to rest with a fine header.

Bengaluru started sharper than their previous displays with Sunil Chhetri and Kristian Opseth showing confidence and flair every time they got on the ball. But it was Kerala, who had the first shot on target. Facundo Pereyra, with great vision, spotted Jordan Murray with a through ball, slicing open the Blues defence. Murray took a touch and shot at goal but Bengaluru’s Gurpreet Singh Sandhu produced a diving save to deny Kerala the lead.

Kerala finally capitalised in the 17th minute from a counter-attack. Gary Hooper intercepted a Bengaluru free-kick and made a fine run into opposition territory and set up Rahul KP. The youngster took a touch before drilling past Gurpreet with a low shot.

Bengaluru replied in the 29th minute when Cleiton Silva capitalised on a defensive mistake. Lalruatthara mistimed his clearance after Nishu Kumar headed a long ball into his own penalty box. Silva poked the ball past Albino Gomes. Soon after the restart, Bengaluru were awarded a penalty but Chhetri failed to score after Gomes read him correctly.

Bengaluru's response was instant, scoring twice in as many minutes. Silva generated the move finding Ashique Kuruniyan on the left. Paartalu, who was left unmarked in the box, turned in Ashique's cross. Then Opseth set up Dimas Delgado, after Lalruatthara gave away possession cheaply. Delgado did not make a mistake

Kerala managed to pull one back in the 61st minute. Pereyra's cross was on the money, reaching Vicente Gomes who flicked the ball to Murray. The Australian found the net with a fine touch. The home side restored their two-goal lead and this time, it was Chhetri who got his name on the score sheet. The India international made amends for his earlier penalty miss and headed in a Harmanjot Khabra cross.

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06/12/2020 : (ISL: M-19) FC GOA 3-1 KERALA BLASTERS FC (FT)
FCG: IGOR AUGULO (30',90+3'), JOERGE MENDOSA(52')
KBFC: VICENTE GOMEZ (90')
RED CARD: COSTA NHAMOINESU (KBFC-90')

Winning Pass of the Match : Saviour Gama (FC GOA)
Club Award : FC Goa.
Hero of the Match : Lenny Rodrigues (FC GOA)

06/12/2020 :<b><font color=blue> (ISL: M-19) </b></font> FC GOA <b><font color=red> 3-1 </b></font> KERALA BLASTERS FC

FCG: Mohammad Nawaz , Ivan Gonzalez, James Donachie, Jorge Mendoza (Alberto 73'), Brandon Fernandes (Princeton 63'), Alexander Jesuraj ( Lenn Doungel-76'), Igor Angulo, Seriton Fernandes, Saviour Gama, Edu Bedia (C), Lenny Rodrigues.

KBFC: Albino Gomes, Bakary Kone ( Murrey -58'), Nishu Kumar, Rohit Kumar ( Rittik- 81'), Facundo Pereyra, Jessel Carneiro, Nongdamba Naorem ( Ruatthara- 58'), Rahul KP (Satyasen 70'), Vicente Gomez, Costa Nhamoinesu, Gary Hooper.

REFEREE: HARISH KUNDU

MATCH DETAILS : FC Goa bagged their first win in the Hero Indian Super League Season 7 as they thumped Kerala Blasters 3-1 at the Fatorda Stadium, here on Sunday.

06/12/2020 :<b><font color=blue> (ISL: M-19) </b></font> FC GOA <b><font color=red> 3-1 </b></font> KERALA BLASTERS FC

A brace from Igor Angulo (30', 90') and one from Jorge Ortiz Mendoza (52') ensured Juan Ferrando picked up his first win as Goa head coach. Vincente Gomez (90') scored a consolation goal for Kerala. The home side came close to grabbing the lead once again seven minutes later, only to be denied by the upright. A miscued pass from Rohit Kumar put Angulo through on goal. The striker, with only the keeper to beat, attempted to curl his shot into the bottom corner but it struck the far post.

However, Angulo soon made up for the missed opportunity around the half-hour mark as he put Goa ahead. Gama flicked the ball towards Angulo in the box and the striker delightfully dinked it over Kerala goalkeeper Albino Gomes to bag his fourth goal of the season. Goa returned hungrier after the break and continued to pile on the pressure. Their efforts soon bore fruit as they doubled their lead through Mendoza. The forward received the ball outside the box and traded a lovely one-two with Brandon Fernandes before burying his shot into the far corner.

Kibu Vicuna's side threatened on quite a few occasions but were unable to find the back of the net. When a goal did arrive for them, the contest had already been settled in Goa's favour. Nishu whipped a cross for Gomez, whose header snuck into goal after brushing the underside of the crossbar. Kerala captain Costa Nhamoinesu was given his marching orders late on during injury time after being shown a second yellow card, following a rash tackle on Princeton Rebello. Goa added another goal late in injury time as Angulo pounced on a blunder from Gomez.

INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE LIVE SCORE 2020-21

29.11.2020 : (ISL: M-11) CHENNAIYIN FC 0-0 KERALA BLASTERS FC (FT)

Hero of the Match : Albino Gomes ( GK-KERALA BLASTERS)
Club Award : Chennaiyin FC and Kerala Blasters FC
Winning Pass of the Match. : Anirudh Thapa ( CHENNAIYIN FC)

29.11.2020 : (ISL: M-11) CHENNAIYIN FC <b><font color=red> 0-0 </b></font> KERALA BLASTERS FC

CFC: Vishal Kaith, Deepak Tangri, Eli Sabia Filho, Enes Sipovic, Lalchhuanmawia Fanai ( Jerry - 44'), Keisham Reagan Singh, Lallianzuala Chhangte ( German.K - 85'), Rafael Schuler Crivellaro (C) ( Memo- 85'), Anirudh Thapa, Esmael Ruti Tavares Cruz da Silva Goncalves ( Fatuhllo - 56') , Jakub Sylvestr.

KBFC: Albino Gomes, Costa Nhamoinesu, Nishu Kumar Tashni, Bakary Kone, Seityasen Singh ( Rahul - 46'), Rohit Kumar ( Jeakson - 85'), Nongdamba Naorem ( Pashant- 65'), Sergio Cidoncha (C), Yondrembem Denechandra Meitei (Jessel-50'), Gary Hooper ( Murray - 84'), Facundo Abel Pereyra.

REFEREE: RAHUL KUMAR GUPTA.

REPORT - ISL : Albino the hero as Kerala rescue point against Chennaiyin Kerala Blasters held Chennaiyin FC to a goalless draw courtesy a superb penalty save from Albino Gomes in their Hero Indian Super League encounter at the GMC Stadium, here on Sunday. Chennaiyin named an unchanged side from their opening win against Jamshedpur FC. Meanwhile, Kerala made three changes with Denechandra Meitei being handed his Hero ISL debut.

The first half remained goalless with either side failing to fashion clear-cut opportunities. Chennaiyin were the dominant side but weren’t clinical in the final third. Kerala goalkeeper Albino Gomes was called into action early on, in the third minute, saving a free-kick from Rafael Crivellaro.

29.11.2020 : (ISL: M-11) CHENNAIYIN FC <b><font color=red> 0-0 </b></font> KERALA BLASTERS FC

However, a blunder from Gomes almost handed Csaba Laszlo’s side the lead. The Kerala keeper fumbled while trying to clear the ball inside the 18-yard box. Bakary Kone made a vital clearance to save Kerala the blushes.At the other end, Vishal Kaith also produced a fantastic save to keep his side in the game. Rohit Kumar found space outside the box and fired a long ranger only to be denied by the Chennaiyin custodian. This was their only shot on goal during the first half.

Chennaiyin suffered a huge blow just before the drinks break as Lalchhuanmawia Fanai went down after a tackle. He was replaced by Jerry Lalrinzuala. The script wasn’t different in the second half as Chennaiyin remained the better side. However, Gomes pulled off a couple of fine saves to keep Laszlo’s team at bay. The first came when substitute Fatkhullo Fatkhuloev delivered a pinpoint free-kick into the box during the 67th minute. Gomes stayed alert to avert the danger.

The Kerala custodian then had his biggest influence on the match by producing a fine penalty save, eight minutes later. The referee pointed to the spot when Rafael Crivellaro was brought down in the box by Sergio Cidoncha. Jakub Sylvestr stepped up to take the spot-kick but was denied by Gomes, who pulled off a fantastic save. Chennaiyin pushed hard for a winner but Kerala saw the game out to secure a hard-fought point

INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE LIVE SCORE 2020-21

26.11.2020 :(ISL- M7): KERALA BLASTERS FC-- 2-2 --NORTH EAST UNITED FC (FT)
KBFC: SERGIO CIDONCHA (5'), GARY HOOPER (45+1')
NEUFC: KWESI APPIAH (51'), IDRISSA SYLA (90')

Hero of the Match : Dylan Fox ( NORTH EAST UNITED )
Club Award : Kerala Blasters FC , NorthEast United
Winning Pass of the Match. : Seityasen Singh.( KERALA BLASTERS)

KBFC: Albino Gomes, Bakary Kone, Nishu Kumar, Jesse Carneiro, Costa Nhamoinesu, Sergio Cidoncha (C) (Peryara 71'), Vicente Umpierrez, Seityasen Singh, Rohit Kumar (Jeakson 70'), Lalthathanga Khawlhring (Prasanth 64'), Gary Hooper (Murray 81').

NEUFC: Subhasish Roy Chowdhury, Gurjinder Kumar, Rakesh Pradhan (Britto 56'), Benjamin Lambot (C), Dylan Fox, Ashutosh Mehta, Khassa Camara, Lalengmawia, Federico Revetria (Machado 72'), Kwesi Appiah (Sylla 72'), Khumanthem Meetei (REMPUIA 77').

REFEREE: RANJIT BAKSHI.

26.11.2020 :(ISL- M7): KERALA BLASTERS FC--<b><font color=red> 2-2 </b></font>--NORTH EAST UNITED FC  <b>(FT)</b><br>

REPORT - ISL : Substitute Idrissa Sylla found a goal out of nowhere in the dying minutes of the game to help NorthEast United complete a splendid comeback against Kerala Blasters in the Hero Indian Super League Season 7 at the GMC Stadium here on Thursday. Goals from Sergio Cidoncha (5') and Gary Hooper (45') gave Kerala a first-half lead. But Kwesi Appiah (51') halved the deficit before Sylla's late equaliser (90') in injury time ensured a point for the Highlanders.

After a minute's silence to honour Diego Maradona, Kerala got off to a dream start with Cidoncha heading in a Seityasen free-kick in the 5th minute. The Spaniard's looped header was a thing of beauty — no goalkeeper in the world could have saved that. Sahal Abdul Samad's absence had meant that Cidoncha was playing higher up and that strategy worked a treat.

In the 23rd minute, Hooper fluffed a sitter when NorthEast's defense was caught off guard. Cidoncha, after receiving the ball from Hooper, squared it back to him, with the Englishman facing an open goal. Hooper's first-time shot, though, blazed over the bar.

Both teams struggled to create clear-cut chances until the end of the first half until an offensive move from Kerala ended with the referee pointing to the spot. Rakesh Pradhan was rather harshly adjudged to have slashed Lalthathanga Khawlhring down. Hooper fired the resulting penalty straight down the middle. NorthEast keeper Subhasish Roy Chowdhury managed to get a foot to it, but the touch wasn’t enough to keep the ball out.

26.11.2020 :(ISL- M7): KERALA BLASTERS FC--<b><font color=red> 2-2 </b></font>--NORTH EAST UNITED FC  <b>(FT)</b><br>

The Highlanders started the second-half positively and were soon rewarded for their intent. Some poor defending by Kerala allowed Appiah to score from close range. However, Appiah turned villain soon later when NorthEast were awarded a penalty in the 65th minute. The Ghanian tried to find Lalengmawia, but the latter was brought down in the box by Jessel Carneiro. Appiah stepped up to take the penalty but his spot-kick hit the crossbar before ricocheting out.

Minutes after his miss, Appiah was replaced by Guinean forward Sylla who would go on to have a major influence on the game. Nus' side kept knocking on the door and were soon rewarded for their efforts. Sylla missed a chance to draw level in the 83rd minute when he directed a header over the bar. But he made up for that in injury time, superbly controlling a long ball from Gurjinder Kumar with his chest before powering home past Kerala keeper Albino Gomes. In the end, the draw ensured that NorthEast remained unbeaten after two games.

INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE LIVE SCORE 2020-21

ATK MOHUN BAGAN WON THE OPENING MATCH AGAINST KERALA BLASTERS


20/11/20 (ISL- M-1) : KERALA BLASTERS - 0-1 - ATK MOHUN BAGAN (FT)
ATK- MB : ROY KRISHNA (67')
HERO OF THE MATCH : Roy Krishna ( ATK-MB)
WINNING PASS OF THE MATCH - Javi Hernandez ( ATK-MB)
CLUB AWARD : ATK-MB

ATKMB : Arindam Bhattacharya, Pritam Kotal (C), Sandesh Jhingan, Tiri, Prabir Das, Pronay Halder, Carl McHugh, Javier Hernandez, Michael Soosairaj, Edu Garcia, Roy Krishna.

KBFC : Albino Gomes, Prasanth K, Bakary Kone, Costa Nhamoinesu, Jessel Carneiro; Sergio Cidoncha (C), Vincente Gomez, Ritwik Das, Sahal Abdul Samad, Nongdamba Naorem, Gary Hooper.

REFEREE : CRYSTAL JOHN

20/11/20 <b>(ISL- M-1)</b> : KERALA BLASTERS - <b><font color=red> 0-1 </b></font>- ATK MOHUN BAGAN  <b> (FT)

90+4': FULL TIME : KERALA BLASTERS 0-1 ATK MOHUN BAGAN
90+4': Referee blew the final whistle.
90': 4 minutes added time.
88': YELLOW CARD to Pereyra for rough tackel to Prabir.
87': Seityasen's long ranger of a pass from Murray went over the cross bar.
87': REPLACEMENT KBFC: Samad out, Lalruathara in.
85': REPLACEMENT KBFC: Kone out, Peryera in .
82': Chance for KBFC... Murray's header went wide of a cross pass from Sahal.
81': REPLACEMENT ATKMB: Krishna out, Willams in
80': KERALA BLASTERS FC 0-1 ATK MOHUN BAGAN
20/11/20 <b>(ISL- M-1)</b> : KERALA BLASTERS - <b><font color=red> 0-1 </b></font>- ATK MOHUN BAGAN  <b> (FT)

79': Gracia's powerful shot of a pass from Krishna just missed the target.
78': YELLOW CARD to samad for rough tackel to Tiri.
76': REPLACEMENT KBFC: Ritwick out, Khawlhring in
75': REPLACEMENT KBFC: Chindocha out, Murray in.
73': DRINKS BREAK.....match stopped temporarily.
71': Chindicha's corner cleared by Sandesh out of the danger zone.
70': KERALA BLASTERS FC 0-1 ATK MOHUN BAGAN
70': Hooper had a solo run inside the ATKMB half but the ball cleared by Tiri for a corner.
67': GOAL........ ROY KRISHNA scored. Krishna received a loose ball as Gomez failed to clear inside the 18 yards and beat Albino by a left footed low grounder.
66': A good clearance by Arindam, punched away a cross pass from Seityasen, Hooper was just behind the ball.
20/11/20 <b>(ISL- M-1)</b> : KERALA BLASTERS - <b><font color=red> 0-1 </b></font>- ATK MOHUN BAGAN  <b> (FT)

65': KBFC had some good moves in the second session, but cleared by ATKMB defense.
63': REPLACEMENT ATKMB: Pranay out, Singh in .
60': KERALA BLASTERS FC 0-0 ATK MOHUN BAGAN
58': REPLACEMENT KBFC: Naorem out, Seityasen in .
56': Ritwik was timely tackeled by Sandesh just at the age of 18 yards, ball cleared.
53': KBFC are attacking continuously, playing in short passes, leading by Sahal and Hopper.
49': Sahal failed to connect a pass from Naoram from inside the 18 yards, easy chance wasted.
47': Gracia's free kick from the right punched away by Albino.
46': Second half starts, ATKMB kicks off.
45+3': HALF TIME SCORE: KERALA BLASTERS FC 0-0 ATK MOHUN BAGAN
20/11/20 <b>(ISL- M-1)</b> : KERALA BLASTERS - <b><font color=red> 0-1 </b></font>- ATK MOHUN BAGAN  <b> (FT)

45+3': Referee blew his whistle indicating HALF TIME.
45': 3 minutes added time.
42': Carnioro's long ranger of a free kick from Chidoncha defected of Prabir and went of for a corner. Chidoncha's corner cleared by ATKMB defense.
41': YELLOW CARD to Graci, rough play against Vincente.
40': KERALA BLASTERS FC 0-0 ATK MOHUN BAGAN
38': Albino failed to control the ball of a pass from Kone, corner for ATKMB. Krishna's header of a corner from Javi went wide.
38': YELLOW CARD to Pranay for rough tackle to Sahal.
36': A chance wasted by Hooper failed to score from a close range of a pass from Naorem from the left.
20/11/20 <b>(ISL- M-1)</b> : KERALA BLASTERS - <b><font color=red> 0-1 </b></font>- ATK MOHUN BAGAN  <b> (FT)

35': Once again a wrong pass in KBFC defense but Gracia failed to utilise the situation, Kone cleared the ball out of the danger zone.
33': Chance for Krishna again, he collected a loose ball from KBFC defence, Krishan's long ranger went wide with only Albino to beat.
30': KERALA BLASTERS FC 0-0 ATK MOHUN BAGAN
30': DRINKS BREAK.....match stopped.
27': A well combined move by Ritwik and Sahal down the right , finally cleared by Subhasish.
20/11/20 <b>(ISL- M-1)</b> : KERALA BLASTERS - <b><font color=red> 0-1 </b></font>- ATK MOHUN BAGAN  <b> (FT)

25': Prabir's cross cleared by Kone for a corner. Tiri's powerful header of a corner from Gracia went wide.
23': Sandesh cleared a long pass from Prasanth for a corner. Cidoncha's corner from the right cleared by ATKMB defense.
22': Javi was blocked by Sahal deep inside the KBFC half , ball cleared out of the danger zone.
20': KERALA BLASTERS FC 0-0 ATK MOHUN BAGAN
17': A faulty clearance by KBFC defense , Krishana controls the loose ball but he was tackled by Kone to save the situation.
20/11/20 <b>(ISL- M-1)</b> : KERALA BLASTERS - <b><font color=red> 0-1 </b></font>- ATK MOHUN BAGAN  <b> (FT)

15': Naorem had a long run down the left but he was blocked by Pritam.
13': REPLACEMENT ATK MB: INJURED Sooisairaj out, Subhasish in .
12': Lemon Break....match stopped temporarily.
10': KERALA BLASTERS FC 0-0 ATK MOHUN BAGAN
9': Cidoncha's free kick cleared by Tiri before Hooper could create any danger.
7': Prasanth's cross pass cleared by Sandesh out of the danger zone.
20/11/20 <b>(ISL- M-1)</b> : KERALA BLASTERS - <b><font color=red> 0-1 </b></font>- ATK MOHUN BAGAN  <b> (FT)

5': Prabir's weak grounder of a pass from Gracia collected by Albino.
3': Krishna failed to hold the corner from Gracia ball went over the goal line.
2': Corner for ATKMB as ball cleared off from Krishna by Kone over the goal line..
1': KBFC playing in short passes in the midfield.
0': Match started, KBFC kicks off.


ATK MOHUN BAGAN (ATK From 1 June 2020 merged with Mohun Bagan as ATK Mohun Bagan)
2014-15 - WINNER (AS Atletico de Kolkata)
2015-16 – SEMI FINALIST (AS Atletico de Kolkata)
2016-17 – WINNER (AS Atletico de Kolkata)
2017-18 – 9th (AS ATK)
2018-19 – 6th (AS ATK)
2019-20 - WINNER (AS ATK)

KERALA BLASTERS FC
2014-15 - RUNNERS
2015-16 – 8th
2016-17 – RUNNERS
2017-18 – 6THh
2018-19 – 9TH
2019-20 – 7TH

THE TWO CHAMPION COACHES ARE READY FOR A PROMISING START

MATCH PREVIEW - 19.11.20 The seventh edition of Indian Super League will going to kick off on Friday, as ATK Mohun Bagan is all set to play the inaugural match of the tournament against two times runners up Kerala Blasters FC at a close door GMC stadium Bambolim, Goa.

This is the first major sporting event in India to start in the new normal. Though football starts in India a months back in new normal when IFA successfully organised I League qualifyers at Kolkata and Kalyani.

It is expected to be a challenging encounter as two top class coaches of the tournament will implent their stategies on Friday night. Much has changed since these two last met. For Kerala Blasters, there's an element of uncertainty with Kibu Vicuna replacing Eelco Schattorie as head coach. Vicuna, having steered Mohun Bagan to an I-League triumph last season while playing an attacking brand of football, faces his former employers with a point to prove.

The I league winning coach Kibu Vicuna before the match said, "I will always have good sentiments for Mohun Bagan. "I was there for a season and they treated me well. I have a lot of friends there in the board but I'm very happy to be with Kerala Blasters. I'm going to do my best, the people (here) also received me well. I have a good relationship with the members of the club and we're trying to create a good team who will try to play good football."

ATK Mohun Bagan is the only club who did not played any practice match before the tournament. Though the Kolkata outfit is an equally balnced side with some good and experienced footballers in all the departments. In the pre match Press Conference with the club media Antonio Habas said, "Vicuna did a good job at Mohun Bagan but ISL is a different competition. "I respect him but our idea is to get the three points because we work every day for that."

The matches of the seventh edition of ISL will be telecasted live in 82 countries. The matches will kick off at 7.30pm IST.

INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE LIVE SCORE 2020-21

INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE LIVE SCORE 2020-21

KERALA BLASTERS FC - ALL MATCH DETAILS (BELOW)

20/01/21 : ( ISL: M-65): KERALA BLASTERS 2-1 BENGALURU FC ( FT )
BFC : CLEITON SILVA (23'),
KBFC : LALTHATHANGA KHAWILHRING (73'), RAHUL KP (90+3')

15/01/21 (ISL : MATCH-59) : SC EAST BENGAL -- 1-1 -- KERALA BLASTERS FC (FT
)
KBFC: JORDAN MURRAY (63')
SCEB: SCOTT NEVIL (90+4')

1st LEG MATCHES
20.11.2020 : (ISL: M-1) Kerala Blasters FC ( 0-1 ) ATK mohun Bagan
SCORER : ATK- MB : ROY KRISHNA (67')

26.11.2020 : (ISL- M7): KERALA BLASTERS FC-- 2-2 --NORTH EAST UNITED FC
KBFC: SERGIO CIDONCHA (5'), GARY HOOPER (45+1')
NEUFC: KWESI APPIAH (51'), IDRISSA SYLA (90')

29.11.2020 : (ISL: M-11) CHENNAIYIN FC 0-0 KERALA BLASTERS FC

06/12/2020 : (ISL: M-19) FC GOA 3-1 KERALA BLASTERS FC
FCG: IGOR AUGULO (30',90+3'), JOERGE MENDOSA(52')
KBFC: VICENTE GOMEZ (90')
RED CARD: COSTA NHAMOINESU (KBFC-90')

13/12/2020 (ISL: M-27) BENGALURU FC -- 4-2 --- KERALA BLASTERS FC (FT)
KBFC : RAHUL KP (17'), JORDAN MURRAY (60')
BFC : CLEITON SILVA(28'), KRISTAN OPSETH (51'), DIMAS DELGADO (52'), SUNIL CHETRI (64')

KERALA BLASTERS AND SC EAST BENGAL ARE STILL TO REGISTER A WIN


20.12.20 : (ISL: M-35) : KERALA BLASTERS FC -- ( 1-1 ) -- SC EAST BENGAL (FT)
KBFC : Jackson singh 90+5'
SCEB : Bakary Kone (og-14')

27.12.20 : (ISL : M-40) : KERALA BLASTERS -- 2-0 -- HYDERABAD FC (FT)
KBFC : Abdul Hakku 29', Jordan Murray 88'

02/01/2021 : (ISL : M-44) : MUMBAI CITY FC -- 2-0 -- KERALA BLASTERS ( FULL TIME)
MCFC : LE FONDRE 3'(P), BOUMOUS 11'

07/01/21 : (ISL : M-50) : KERALA BLASTERS -- 2-4 - ODISHA FC (FT)
KBFC : Jordan Murray 7', Garry Hooper 79'
OFC : Jeakson Singh 22', Steven Taylor 42', DIEGO MAURICIO 50', 60'

10.01.21 ( ISL : M-54) : JAMSHEDPUR FC - 2-3 /b> - KERALA BLASTERS ( FT)
KBFC : COSTA NHAMOINESU (22'), JORDAN MURRAY (79', 82')
JFC : NERIJUS VALSKIS (36',84')
RED CARD: LALRUATTHARA (KBFC-75')

indian super league 2020-21 : kolkatafootball.com