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Aizawl get back to winning ways, down Chennai

DNMUM405512 | 1/14/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :108

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Mumbai: Aizawl FC got back to winning ways after losing their previous game to Mohun Bagan, beating Chennai City FC 2-0 in an I-League clash in Aizawl on Saturday. Japanese striker Yugo Kobayashi and David Lalrinmuana scored a goal apiece in the first 45 minutes to ensure the team garnered its fourth win of the season. Aizawl will next host East Bengal, an emotional homecoming for Khalid Jamil who steered the Aizawl to a fairy tale title win last season. Stopwatch: Aizawl FC 2 (Kobayashi 26, Lalrinmuana 32) bt Chennai City FC 0; Playing today: Shillong Lajong vs Minerva (Live on Star Sports 2, 2pm)


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