U-19 Football Tournament

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  • AdminAdmin 240 Points
    Matches in progress -

    EB 1 - 0 MB
    Lajong 1 - 0 Chirag

    EB 2 - 0 MB - 86 mins

    Lajong 1 - 0 Chirag - FT
  • AdminAdmin 240 Points
    Matches in progress -

    EB 1 - 0 MB
    Lajong 1 - 0 Chirag

    EB 2 - 0 MB - 86 mins

    Lajong 1 - 0 Chirag - FT

    Full time:

    EB 2 - 0 MB
    Lajong 1 - 0 Chirag
  • archakarchak 2081 Points
    Hey admin please update the u19 groups
  • AdminAdmin 240 Points
    Group A:
    Churchill Bros - 7
    Dempo - 6
    Sporting Goa - 4
    Salgaocar - 0

    Group B :
    East Bengal - 9
    Mohun Baagan - 6
    Shillong Lajong FC - 3
    Chirag United - 0

    Group C:
    Mumbai FC - 5 (Higher GD)
    Pune FC - 5
    ONGC - 3
    Air India - 2

    Group D:
    JCT - 6
    HAL - 3
    Viva Kerala - 0
  • shankarshankar 2600 Points
    I league: under 19: todays results:
    match no 1- EAST BENGAL 2(NABIN HELA 2) MUMBAI FC 0

    match no 2- CHURCHILL BROTHER'S 0 JCT 2(GURIQBAL SINGH,TARAN)

    something for jct fc team to cheer about......may be this trophy could change their mind
  • rudrarudra 2737 Points
    I league: under 19: todays results:
    match no 1- EAST BENGAL 2(NABIN HELA 2) MUMBAI FC 0

    match no 2- CHURCHILL BROTHER'S 0 JCT 2(GURIQBAL SINGH,TARAN)

    something for jct fc team to cheer about......may be this trophy could change their mind

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  • ashindiaashindia 6378 Points
    I league: under 19: todays results:
    match no 1- EAST BENGAL 2(NABIN HELA 2) MUMBAI FC 0

    match no 2- CHURCHILL BROTHER'S 0 JCT 2(GURIQBAL SINGH,TARAN)

    something for jct fc team to cheer about......may be this trophy could change their mind

    Maybe 1.5 crore spent on Grandpa Beto could have been better utilized here. <!-- s:roll: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_rolleyes.gif" alt=":roll:" title="Rolling Eyes" /><!-- s:roll: -->
  • East Bengal 2-0 Mumbai FC

    [Scorer: Nabin Hela – 40’, 59’]

    The eagerly anticipated final round of Under-19 I-League kicked off here at Kolkata with the four zonal champions fighting it out for the ultimate glory. In the inaugural match of the main event East Zone Champions and hot favorite East Bengal took on West Zone winners Mumbai FC in a thrilling battle. The Red-&-Gold coach Tarun Dey fielded a strong side comprising of players like Jayanta Paul and Saikat Saha Roy, who have already donned the senior team’s jerseys; while Mumbai FC coach Naushad Musha deployed the same set of players who played some sublime brand of football to stun favorites Pune FC in the West Zone preliminary round to book their berth in the main event.

    East Bengal went in with an attacking 4-3-1-2 formation and pressed for an early lead right from the word go. Mumbai FC took a rather calculated approach and tried to slow things down by playing in a 4-2-3-1 formation with 2 defensive midfielders. East Bengal dominated the early proceedings and created a number of goal scoring opportunities, but failed to find the back of the net. A wet surface and muddy outfield also affected the rhythm of the players.

    The dead-lock was finally broken with just about five minutes remaining on the clock for the half time whistle when Nabin Hela recreated the magic of his idol Mehtab Hussain to find the back of the visitors’ net with a spectacular 25 yards pile driver. The goal woke up Mumbai FC from their prolonged slumber and they showed lot more attacking intent in the remaining period before half time. East Bengal were deservedly leading by one goal to nil at the lemon break.

    A couple of tactical changes by Naushad Musha during the break helped Mumbai FC to start the second half proceedings brightly. However the Maharashtra colts found Saikat Saha Roy-led East Bengal defense nearly impossible to crack. East Bengal then managed to double their lead around the hour mark courtesy of another Nabin Hela strike. The six-feet tall attacking midfielder made full use of his height to complete his brace with a perfectly timed header from a flag kick in the 59th minute. It was more of a formality from there on as East Bengal kept the possession of the ball and threatened to increase their lead for the remaining half-an-hour’s play. In the end it was a well deserved 2-0 win for the Red-&-Gold brigade. Nabin Hela was adjudicated as the man of the match.

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