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NorthEast continue rise after stalemate

DNMUM427281 | 12/2/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :143

INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE

Mumbai: NorthEast United FC continued with their slow but steady progress in the Indian Super League despite a frustrating goalless draw against Jamshedpur FC in Jamshedpur on Saturday.
The defences proved to be too sturdy to break down as the teams cancelled out each other at the end of 90 minutes.
The hard-earned point also consolidated Jamshedpur’s fourth spot and preserved their unbeaten run at home this season.
The teams began by passing and prodding and the first chance came when a hopeful punt by Memo for Pablo Morgado allowed the winger to slip in between Robert Lalthlamuana and Mislav Komorski to dribble into the box. The Spanish winger struck a sweet shot that flew inches wide off the post.
Both defenc
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