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Another last-minute win for Mumbai

DNMUM383335 | 2/16/2017 | Author : dna correspondent | WC :132

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Mumbai: A resilient Dabang Mumbai showed class yet again with a magnificent comeback in the dying minute to hand home side Delhi Waveriders a heartbreaking loss. It was Florian Fuchs’ 60th minute field goal that fetched Dabang Mumbai a 3-2 win.
Dabang Mumbai were awarded a PC in the 24th minute. Australian drag flicker Kieran Govers was perfect when he improvised on the injection to send the ball past Vincent Vanasch giving his team a 1-0 lead. Mandeep Singh struck a brilliant field goal, picking up a perfect assist from Talwinder Singh, only to beat the Mumbai defenders in the circle and send the ball past Harte. The last quarter was nothing short of a thriller.
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