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Gokulam stun Bagan with Kisseka late strike

DNDEL15438 | 2/13/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :198

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Mumbai: Gokulam Kerala registered a memorable victory over Mohun Bagan, edging past the Kolkata giants 2-1 at the Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata on Monday.
Mahmood Al Ajmi (77’) and Henry Kisseka (90’) found their names on the scoresheet for the visitors while Aser Dipanda Dicka (78’) netted the consolation goal for the home side.
Kerala took the game by the scruff of its neck by making their intentions known from the first minute. The first real chance also fell for the visitors when Henry Kisseka’s narrow-angle effort was denied by the woodwork before he showed a clean pair of heels to Bagan right back Arijit Bagui.
Although Mohun Bagan upped the tempo after the initial moments of the first half, the Maroon and Green
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