World news – ISL 2020-21 LIVE, Bengaluru FC versus East Bengal Live Score: Paartalu in BFC XI, Maghoma starts for SCEB

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Action of the Indian Super League (ISL 2020-21) between Bengaluru FC and SC East Bengal. – ISL / Sportzpics

Welcome to Sportstar’s live blog about today’s duel between ISL 2020-21 Bengaluru FC and SC East Bengal.

15 ‘How did that not go!?! Parag takes a long throw and Cleiton comes a little late and nods at the goal, but his header jumps just over the bar.

12 ‘Good stuff from Parag. The 23-year-old shows some cunning footwork to sneak into the box and fire a low cross that distracts Fox and Juanan before he finds the side netting.

9 ‘A shot from Maghoma. He is vying for the ball with Parag and appears to be rolling his ankle on the way down.

7 ‘Bheke misses the target and it’s a great opening for SCEB. It races to the left before stabbing Gurpreet’s gloves with a fiery blow. First corner of the game.

5 ‘A shot from Gaikwad (Fox) misses the target.

4′ FC Bengaluru have two new faces today – Parag and Ajith. Both youngsters make their first ISL start today.

1 ‘Chhetri tries a shot in the box, but Debjit can save easily. First shot on goal for the intended home team.

7:27 pm: The players are in the middle. Bengaluru FC in their traditional blues while SC East Bengal dons their white away jerseys.

7:25 pm: Both clubs have their deputy managers on the contact line today. While Naushad Moosa has been named interim coach for Bengaluru, SC East Bengal’s Robbie Fowler has been suspended and will watch the game from the stands. His deputy Tony Grant will be in charge of the pitch.

7.15 p.m.: The AIFF explains how Fox’s red card was lifted: “The (Disciplinary) Committee was convinced that Fox’s dispatch after his slip against Alexander Romario Jesuraj from FC Goa was a mistake by the referee and the Calls was necessary for the correction in the interests of fair play « and the lifting of the red card and the subsequent 1-match ban. »

SC East Bengal captain Daniel Fox is back in the squad after his red card against Goa FC was lifted. – ISL / Sportzpics

SC East Bengal captain Daniel Fox is back in the squad after his red card against Goa FC was lifted. – ISL / Sportzpics

7:10 p.m .: From Carles Cuadtrat’s departure to what is working right at Mumbai City FC, our correspondents Aashin Prasad and Shyam Vasudevan talk about everything on our latest episode of the Full Time Show podcast what has to do with ISL. Listen:

7pm: Bengaluru FC and SC East Bengal, who had many memorable encounters in the I-League, face each other for the first time in the ISL today. Here are some key stats before the clash: 6:50 pm: Naushad Moosa makes four changes in his first game as Bengaluru FC’s interim coach. Erik Paartalu is back in the XI after being banned from playing. Udanta Singh is also making a comeback on the grid.

Two changes in defense as Parag replaces Srivas Pratik Chaudhari while Ajith Kumar makes his first ISL start for the suspended Harmanjot Khabra.

IN: Erik Paartalu, Udanta Singh, Parag Srivas and Ajith Kumar | OUT: Pratik Chaudhari, Harmanjot Khabra, Deshorn Brown and Kristian Opseth.

The players of FC Bengaluru train before their clash with the ISL 2020-21 against SC East Bengal. – ISL / Sportzpics

6.40 p.m.: Just the only change for SC East Bengal when Jacques Maghoma returns to the starting XI instead of Aaron Ammadi-Holloway. As expected, skipper Daniel Fox made the XI after his red card was knocked over. SCEB’s latest signing Bright Enobakhare, who scored a great goal in his last game, is getting his second start.

Scorers: Jacques Maghoma and Bright Enobakhare have scored five of SC East Bengal’s nine goals this season. – ISL / Sportzpics

FC Bengaluru XI: Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, Parag Srivas, Ajith Kumar, Juanan, Rahul Bheke; Erik Paartalu, Dimas Delgado, Suresh Wangjam; Clieton Silva, Sunil Chhetri and Udanta Singh.

SC East Bengal: Debjit Majumder (GK), Scott Neville, Daniel Fox, Narayan Das, Raju Gaikwad; Ankit Mukherjee, Matti Steinmann, Jacques Maghoma and Milan Singh; Harmanpreet Singh, Bright Enobakhare.

6.15 p.m.: Bengaluru needs to strengthen its defense today. The former champions conceded only 13 goals in 18 league games last year and already conceded 12 goals in just nine games so far. This is the most goals it has conceded in the same number of games since joining the ISL.

Another highlight of the defensive weaknesses is the fact that the club have not conceded a goal in the last six games.

6:00 pm: In a massive upswing for SC East Bengal, skipper Daniel Fox was red carded removed from the game against FC Goa and is available for selection today.

Gurpreet Singh Sandhu; Rahul Bheke, Pratik Chaudhari, Juanan and Harmanjot Khabra; Erik Paartalu, Dimas Delgado, Suresh Wangjam; Cleiton Silva, Kristian Opseth and Sunil Chhetri

Debjit Majumder; Scott Neville, Raju Gaikwad, and Daniel Fox; Ankit Mukherjee, Mohammed Rafique, Haobam Singh, Matti Steinmann and Bikash Jairu; Jacques Maghoma, Heller Enobakhare.

Naushad Moosa will take his first test as an interim coach when Bengaluru FC takes on SC East Bengal today. – ISL / Sportzpics

5:45 pm: Bengaluru FC will try to score a win without a win against SC East Bengal in the ISL on Saturday. Here is the match preview from our correspondent N. Sudarshan:

The interim coach of Bengaluru FC, Naushad Moosa, has promised « entertaining football » as the club in the era after Carles Cuadrat, which starts on Saturday against SC East Bengal, want to turn over a new sheet. The 2018-19 champions have only won three of nine games this season, lost the last three and played a cumbersome style of football that helped Cuadrat exit.

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« It wasn’t an easy situation, » said Moosa on Friday. “But we are professionals and the players are over it. This is the first time in the club’s history that we have lost three games in a row. It’s hard to digest. All players want to jump back. I assure you that you will see more positive and aggressive football. “

The team looked unimaginative in the open game so far, which Moosa has already mentioned. “We are working to ensure that the strikers score a goal. We felt we were falling behind the numbers in the attack zone. We need more players in the last third. We didn’t create enough opportunities. We’ll try to do it. “

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This season, BFC also has an additional problem. Where it conceded only 13 goals in 18 league games last year, it has already conceded 12 goals in only nine games. Fran Gonzalez, who was signed to replace Albert Serran, has only started two out of nine games. The team also lacked Ashique Kuruniyan’s dynamism and discipline.

« Of course we will play fun football, [but] we have to be compact if we lose the ball. We have admitted more and our goal is not to hit early goals. The thing is, we don’t want to make too many changes. After three defeats there is pressure. I try to keep the players relaxed. “

For Moosa, who previously worked with the BFC B team and then became Cuadrat’s assistant, this was an enormous leap in responsibility. « To be honest, I had two sleepless nights, » he admitted. « It’s not easy. Expectations are high at BFC. But now it’s gone. I had a good first session and the players were ready to work for me. There was nothing but what they gave Carles. »

« Even Carles … I was with him yesterday [Thursday] until midnight. It’s not like we just dropped out. He’s a gentleman and we’ve discussed different players, situations and the state of affairs. That is a big boost. ”

The BFC competition against East Bengal at Fatorda Stadium comes at a time when the Kolkata giant is on the up, unbeaten in four games and taking its first win last Sunday in the ISL against Odisha FC. But the focus on Saturday will be on the other dig, which East Bengal coach Robbie Fowler, who was under the relentless gaze of the media, will not complain.

The seventh edition of indis The Super League started on November 20 in a bio-bubble in Goa.

During the four-month tournament, eleven teams will play against each other in a league and playoff format at three venues. With the addition of SC East Bengal, 115 games will be played this season, up from 95 last season.

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