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Arrows turn tables on Kerala

DNMUM405440 | 1/13/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :195


Mumbai: Indian Arrows got their revenge against Gokulam Kerala FC, and that too at their den, edging past them 1-0 in an I-League encounter in Kozhikode on Friday.
Abhijit Sarkar, who scored his first goal in the I-League on his birthday against Neroca FC, calmly slotted the only goal on Friday to conquer the team from the southernmost state of India.
Indian Arrows have now amassed 10 points in their kitty from as many matches whereas the Gokulam are six points shy, having played two matches fewer.
Matos went back to his trusted guys Boris Singh and Anwar Ali in the defence along with Sanjeev Stalin. Local boy Rahul KP was also handed a start by the gaffer.
Arrows defenders, especially Boris, did a tremendous job
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