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New boys Minerva finally find their feet

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New boys Minerva finally find their feet

Minerva Punjab produced a clinical performance to edge a nine-goal thriller

It was perhaps the match of the I League so far, certainly the highest scoring. In the battle of two teams placed at the bottom Minerva Punjab edged out Churchill Brothers 5-4. Fortunes swung one way and the other before an 87th minute penalty conversion sealed the match.

Minerva would feel perhaps that it was about time that they enjoyed a period of good fortune. Making their debut in the I League, nearly everything that could go wrong did initially.

They only got to know they were playing the...

I-League: Minerva edge Churchill in thriller, Shillong leapfrog Bengaluru FC

Minerva Punjab produced a clinical performance to edge a nine-goal thriller

Minerva Punjab FC secured a crucial away victory as they pipped Churchill Brothers by 4-5 in a nine-goal thriller at the Tilak Maidan in Goa on Sunday.

In the process, Minerva move to seventh spot for the time-being while Churchill stay rooted at rock bottom.

Six goals were scored in the first half while another three were struck in the second in a see-saw battle in Goa. Minerva scored through David Ngaihte (4th minute), Simranjit Singh (22nd), Souvik Das (31st) Loveday Enyinaya Okechukwu (51st)...

I-League round 10: Bagan remain unbeaten, Bengaluru drop points

Mohun Bagan continued their unbeaten start to the season with a 3-1 win at home against DSK Shivajians in the I-League at the Rabindra Sarovar Stadium on Saturday. Balwant Singh's first half brace and a late Katsumi Yusa penalty helped Bagan get their sixth win of the season, and move level on 21 points with league leaders East Bengal. Shivajians remain sixth with 10 points.

Milan Singh Ongnam put DSK ahead in the 33rd minute but Mohun Bagan nosed ahead with Balwant's double strikes (42nd and 44th)...

Chhetri's favourite goals: Two title clinchers, and a record-breaking connection

Chhetri has won two I-League titles with Bengaluru FC


Making history with Bengaluru FC

Final score: Dempo 2-4 Bengaluru (Chhetri 90')


(April 21, 2014 Nehru Stadium)

In my first season with Bengaluru FC, we were playing Dempo in our penultimate game and needed to win to assure ourselves of the title. We had raced to a 3-0 lead with goals from Sean Rooney, Robin Singh and John Menyongar and thought we had the title in our bag. But suddenly, Dempo hit back with quick goals from Beto and Romeo Fernandes, with a minute of regulation time still left....






Aizawl ride high on home form, tactical flexibility

Aizawl are unbeaten at home this season


If there has been one team that is deemed to have performed beyond expectations this I-League season, it would perhaps be Aizawl FC.

Midway through the 18-round season, Aizawl are in third position, trailing East Bengal by four points and Mohun Bagan by one. They are five points ahead of title-holders Bengaluru FC, a side they had beaten over two legs of the Federation Cup last summer as well, and could have beaten them again in Aizawl on Wednesday - they drew 1-1 - but for several wasted chances.

Their...