World news – ISL 2020-21 LIVE, BFC vs MCFC Live Score: Ogbeche header gives Mumbai City a 3-1 lead against Bengaluru

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Bipin Singh scores Mumbai City FC’s second goal against Bengaluru FC in ISL on Tuesday. – ISL / Sportzpics

Mourtada Fall celebrates Mumbai City FC’s lead over Bengaluru FC. – ISL / Sportzpics

90 ‘Four minutes left. Can the 10-strong Mumbai City celebrate their seventh win of the season?

87 ‘Ogbeche is the last player to be in the referee book against Opseth. Change for Mumbai City – Bipin is replaced by Mehtab Singh.

87 ‘Jahouh almost feels like Deja Vu when he was sent off in the 2018/19 final against FC Bengaluru.

86′ Jahouh gets an early shower. He catches Dimas in the knee with a badly timed duel and receives a yellow card. Jahouh is the first player to receive two red cards this season.

84 ‘OGBECHE SCORES! This time he finds the back of the net as he nods in a corner to restore Mumbai City’s two-goal pillow. He bonds well to the corner to get his header across and Gurpreet seems to have it under control but spills it into his net.

83 ‘From the post! Ogbeche takes a strong header off Jahouh’s free kick, but it’s rejected by the post! Gurpreet was rooted there.

82 ‘This is Khabra’s last post for the day when he is replaced by Semboi Haokip.

82′ Vikram’s shot goes off target. Khabra will miss the next game as this is his fourth booking of the season.

78 ‘Chhetri hits! Chhetri takes power and beats Amrinder to find the back of the net. This is Bengaluru’s first goal in three games.

77 ‘Penalty for Bengaluru! Cleiton shoots into the penalty area and Fall wins the ball cleanly from him, but the referee points the way.

75 ‘Mumbai City brace: Cy Goddard replaces Boumous, Mandar makes way for Vikram Pratap.

74 ‘A mix-up between Fall and Boumous offers Bengaluru a glimmer of hope. Chhetri prepares for the gate, but autumn is recovering well to thwart the threat.

72 ‘Very ambitious from Fran. He tries from 40 meters away and it flies into the stands.

70 ‘Borgesssss …. well in front of Gurpreet. He drills a powerful low drive from the edge of the box, but Gupreet is up to the challenge and makes a strong block.

66 ‘Substitution for Mumbai City – Bartholomew Ogbeche joins Le Fondre, Vignesh D. replaces Raynier.

65 ‘Bengaluru sees a lot more ball in the second half. The introduction of Udanta has increased the much-needed pace.

63′ STAT: Bengaluru have not scored in the last two games, a first for the team in the ISL.

60 ‘A shot from Ranhade (Chhetri) misses the target. This is the Bengaluru skipper’s first booking this season.

59 ‘Dimas takes a free kick, but it’s a bad free kick that won’t find a teammate or disturb the goalkeeper.

57 ‘A shot from Bengalaw (Chhetri) misses the target. Ranawade is displayed in yellow for this device.

54 ‘A shot by Opseth (2-0) misses the target.

52′ A lack of communication between the case and Amrinder leads to the former player denying the Unlocks the ball for a throw-in. Can Bengaluru capitalize?

50 ‘Here’s an interesting statistic: Mumbai City only conceded once in the second half, while seven of Bengaluru’s eleven goals were scored in the second period!

47′ Almost one Opportunity for Mumbai. The corner is played briefly so Boumous can shoot it home, but he gets nothing from the ball and Suresh removes the danger.

46 ‘A shot by Udanta Singh (2-0) for Pratik.

HALF-TIME : Mumbai City FC lead 2-0. My word, what an intense half of football it was. Mumbai City has taken control of this game in style. Mourtada Fall scored the first goal with a strong header in the ninth minute, and Bipin Singh doubled the team’s lead with a fantastic finish six minutes later.

Bengaluru struggled to gain a foothold in the first half. The team had a couple of half chances, but nothing else and had to catch up. Cuadrat’s men will face a tough challenge to break the deficit or will slide to a third straight loss.

All 10 goals of Mourtada Fall in the ISL come from headers. He is just one goal away from Sunil Chhetri’s record of 11 header games. – ISL / Sportzpics

45 ‘Strong block! It’s a 3v4 situation as Boumous shoots in the middle and she feeds Bipin on the left. The goalscorer cuts it back for Le Fondre in the penalty area, but his shot is blocked. Chhetri has a chance at the other end when Cleiton finds him with a precise chip, but the skipper’s header isn’t fast enough. Two minutes to add.

43 ‘Good opportunity for Bengaluru. It’s a training routine where each Bengaluru player selects a Mumbai City defender so Juanan can take an unmarked run on the far post. He heads the ball in the middle but the referee gives Mumbai a free kick when Opseth fouls Amrinder while fighting for the ball.

41 ‘A shot from Cleiton over the wall and a perfect strike from Amrinder . The Mumbai goalkeeper rattles against the post on his way down and receives medical treatment.

40 ‘A shot from Oaseth (Jahouh) misses the target. Bengaluru takes a free kick from a dangerous position.

39 ‘Another free kick for Bengaluru and Opseth. The free kick goes just over the bar.

37 ‘Another wonderful move by Mumbai City. Mandar races to the left and hits Le Fondre. The defense is vigilant to block the Le Fondre strike. Mandar should have gone to the goal himself!

34 ‘A shot from Bengaluru (Bengal). Cuadrat’s side struggles to do something in the final third.

31 ‘Khabra is very lucky to have escaped booking. He bows Bipin in the back of his head, but surprisingly receives no card.

30 ‘STAT: Mumbai City scored 10 goals in the first half of the season, the most from any club.

28 ‘A rare attack from Bengaluru on the left. Chhetri tries to squirm into the box, but the ball is brought to safety.

25 ‘Here’s an amazing fact: all 10 Mourtada Fall goals in the ISL were headed goals. He is only one goal away from Sunil Chhetri’s record of 11 header games.

22 ‘Mumbai City has 70 percent possession. Bengaluru tries to play it off from behind, but it’s of little use.

19 ‘Bengaluru in all sorts of difficulties. The passes just don’t click and the early goals completely put the site off. Cleiton tries to find Opseth ahead of time, and Opseth went in the opposite direction!

Bipin Singh scores Mumbai City FC’s second goal against Bengaluru FC. – ISL / Sportzpics

15 ‘2: 0 for Bipin! It’s a wonderful team goal leading to the second goal as Mandar floats a delicious cross from the left and Bipin converts with aplomb to double his side’s lead. Bipin managed to sneak between Juanan and Bheke so easily and Cuadrat certainly won’t be happy with that. The defense of Bengaluru seems to be lost at sea.

11 ‘That could have been almost 2-0! Suresh loses the ball cheaply and offers Mumbai a golden opportunity. Jahouh wins the ball and cuts it for Bipin who cuts it back for Le Fondre. However, the English striker deflected his shot.

9 ‘GOAL TO MUMBAI CITY! Mourtada Fall gets the start. The goal comes from a set piece situation when Bipin’s corner is directed over the gate by Santana. Autumn rises above Juanan to nod the ball into the net.

8 ‘And now it’s Mumbai’s turn! Raynier shoots a brilliant cross from the right and Gurpreet cleverly uses a fingertip to take it Bipin. Le Fondre tried but it is diverted around a corner.

5 ‘Excellent game from Bengaluru. A brilliant set piece leads to a good chance to score when Chhetri drills a cross from Dimas’ free kick, but the defense clears it.

3 ‘brown !!! What a start that would have been! Cleiton plays a fine lob on the right and Brown is 1 on 1 with the goalkeeper but shoots his shot off target.

1 ‘KICK OFF! Bengaluru, the designated home team, attack from left to right. Oddly enough, Dimas knocks the ball out of the game immediately.

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Deshorn Brown (R) returns to Bengaluru FC today. – ISL / Sportzpics

7:10 p.m .: Mumbai City has the best defensive record (three goals conceded) and the best offensive record to date (13 goals scored) in ISL 2020-21. Impressive.

Mumbai City FC players practice before their clash against Bengaluru FC. – ISL / Sportzpics

Mumbai City FC players practice before the clash against Bengaluru FC. – ISL / Sportzpics

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6:50 p.m. Time for some statistics. Under Carles Cuadrat, Bengaluru FC have not even beaten Mumbai City in the last two seasons. On the other hand, Sergio Lobera has his own struggles against Bengaluru. During his time at FC Goa, Lobera only managed one win in seven games against Bengaluru. More important stats below:

6:40 pm: Just the only change for Bengaluru FC when Deshorn Brown replaces Erik Paartalu. The 30-year-old has played eight games this season and has a template for his name.

Mumbai City coach Sergio Lobera has named an unchanged XI after beating Kerala Blasters 2-0. </ Mumbai City FC goalkeeper Amrinder Singh has made 17 saves with 85 percent parity accuracy, the second best in ISL 2020-21. – ISL / Sportzpics

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

Amrinder Singh; Amey Ranawade, Mourtada Fall, Hernan Santana, Mandar Rao Dessai; Rowlin Borges, Ahmed Jahouh; Raynier Fernandes, Hugo Boumous and Bipin Singh; Adam Le Fondre

Bengaluru Suresh Wangjam is awarded the prize for the upcoming player of the month in December by his skipper Sunil Chhetri. – ISL / Sportzpics

Bengalurus Suresh Wangjam is awarded the prize for the emerging player of the month in December by his skipper Sunil Chhetri. – ISL / Sportzpics

6.15 p.m.: If Bengaluru lost today, it would be the club’s third loss in a row – a first for the team since they joined ISL in 2017. Carles Cuadrat’s team also won the No goal in a row for the first time in a row ISL. Time to relax?

Bengaluru FC players practice on the Sunday ahead of the Kerala Blasters FC game in Goa. – ISL / SPORTZPICS

6:00 p.m .: Mumbai City has no major injury concerns and has resumed left-back Mandar Rao Dessai while Bengaluru will continue to miss the services of Ashique Kuruniyan.

The youngster could be sidelined for the remainder of the season after surgery to heal the many fractures he sustained against Odisha FC.

Bengaluru will also have to renounce Erik Paartalu’s suspension for tonight’s game after receiving his fourth yellow card of the season.

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

Amrinder Singh; Mohamad Rakip, Mourtada Fall, Hernan Santana, Mandar Rao Dessai; Rowlin Borges, Ahmed Jahouh; Raynier Fernandes, Hugo Boumous and Bipin Singh; Adam Le Fondre

Bengaluru FC midfielder Erik Paartalu was suspended for tonight’s game after receiving his fourth yellow card of the season. – Special arrangement

5:45 pm: Bengaluru FC will try to get back on the winning road when it comes to Mumbai City tonight. Here’s the pre-crash preview: The soaring Mumbai City FC will face an injured Bengaluru FC (BFC) at Fatorda Stadium on Tuesday. Sergio Lobera’s team is only one point away from the top, unbeaten in seven games, scoring 13 top-tier goals and conceding just three times in eight games.

BFC, on the other hand, lost two straight away to be limited to fifth place and failed to score a goal in consecutive games for the first time in the ISL.

For Lobera, however, BFC was a nemesis. The Spaniard won only one of seven games in three seasons at FC Goa. Carles Cuadrats BFC managed to disrupt the free flowing style of the Lobera teams by digging a trench and pounding the counter. At the pre-game briefing on Monday, when Cuadrat said his team had “a plan,” it was difficult to shake off memories of the past.

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« Lobera and I have played against each other a lot and since moving to Mumbai he has got his team to play the same type of football that he played in Goa, » he said. “Mumbai are in a good position right now, which makes them strong opponents. But we have our own plan and we will try to implement it. “

But unlike before, BFC’s defense is not tight. They have conceded nine goals and one of their most solid defensive midfielders, Erik Paartalu, will be absent against Mumbai as he has been suspended for four yellow cards.

In Adam le Fondre, Mumbai has the second highest scorer in the league (six goals), and in Hugo Boumous and Bipin Singh there are top assist providers who score seven goals. However, Lobera was still of the opinion that BFC would be a tough nut to crack.

« Bengaluru is very compact. It will be difficult for us and we have to deal with the situation, ”he said. “The most important thing is not just the result, but also analyzing how to win. In the last game we started very well, scored two goals, but after that Kerala had the opportunity to score one. “

“ We had a very good chance of finishing the game. We have to improve to take advantage of our opportunities. If you are leading 2-0, it is not good to give the other team’s chances to score. But I’m very happy with my team. We’re improving, we’re winning and we have to keep working the same way, ”he added.

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