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10-man Churchill Bros hold Real Kashmir 0-0

DNMUM425665 | 11/7/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :315

I-LEAGUE

Mumbai: Ten-man Churchill Brothers held Real Kashmir FC to a creditable goalless draw as history was made at Srinagar’s TRC ground with the first-ever I-League game being held in J&K on Tuesday.
The two-time former champions from Goa had their goalkeeper James Kithan sent off just before half-time but held on gamely. In fact, Churchill Bros even had the last chance of the game. They remain unbeaten in their first three games, all of them away from home.
Scottish coach David Robertson’s home side will feel an opportunity was lost to register a second successive win in their debut campaign, having won the opener against defending champions Minerva Punjab away from home. Kashmir opted to solely depend on Ivorian striker Gnohere
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