World news – ISL 2020-21 preview: NorthEast United aim to increase playoff chances


After beating last-placed Odisha FC in their previous game, NEUFC will be more than keen to do really well in the next three games and to make it to the play-offs. – Sportzpics

The hopes of the play-offs have gone up in smoke. Chennaiyin FC will try to end the season on a high note. With two games remaining, the two-time champions will do everything in their power to achieve a win that they failed to achieve in the last seven games. His opponent NorthEast United FC (NEUFC) played in the Indian Super League on Thursday. GMC Bambolim Stadium is in a much better position as they want to secure a place to qualify for the play-offs. Currently, NEUFC is in fourth place undefeated in the sixth game. After beating last-placed Odisha FC in their previous game, NEUFC, who looked impressive under interim coach Khalid Jamil, will be more than keen to do really well in the next three games and make it to the play-offs.

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With FC Goa and FC Bengaluru on its heels, NEUFC realizes that the task at hand is not easy. « We just have to control them, dictate the game and not give them time with the ball and the room, » said NEUFC assistant coach Alison Kharsyntiew. « We have to be calm and calm and focus on our game. At the same time we have to be aggression show we have to play with intensity and 100 percent effort to win the match. « 

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Chennaiyin was wasteful in the final third and missed several opportunities. Coach Csaba Laszlo was keen that the team did well. “We still have two games to go and it’s not just about playoffs, it’s also about getting good results. In these two games we will do everything we can to win. “

The Chennaiyin gaffer was optimistic that his team would play positively and face FC Goa (2-2) in their previous competition in the same way. “Every team has ups and downs and not every season is perfect. I think we’ve had a lot of good things this season. But it wasn’t that fantastic and it wasn’t that positive, especially on the offensive. It (Northeast) will be a tough game. Above all, they did a good job of recruiting foreigners. And in this game we see if we get the chance or not, but our goal is to win this game. Our attention is on playing successful football and scoring goals. This is how we go into the game against Goa and that’s our goal. « 


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