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Miku’s late goals seal deal for Bengaluru FC

DNMUM404403 | 1/1/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :151

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Mumbai: It seemed that a spot-kick from Sunil Chettri at the hour mark would be enough to settle the tie for Bengaluru FC. But a flurry of late goals made for a more exciting match which ended 3-1 in favour of the visitors at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Kochi on Sunday.
Miku netted twice in added time, while Courage Pekuson also got on the scoresheet for Kerala Blasters FC
The win takes Bengaluru FC to third position on the table and in touching distance of league leaders Chennaiyin FC.
The Blues could have easily put more goals past the home side if not for some heroic goalkeeping by Subhasish Roy. In the 35th minute of the game, Roy was put to test by Chhetri but he did enough to palm the strikers fierce shot away. Read full story


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