Real Kashmir FC Lost A Match To East Bengal
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SRINAGAR: In the ongoing Hero I-League Football match played between Real Kashmir FC and Quess East Bengal at TRC synthetic turf, the host Real Kashmir could not score a single goal.
In the first half of the game, none of the team scored any goal. In the first half of the game, a red card was shown by the referee to Danish Bhat. However, no major achievement was noticed by teams in the first half.
By the end of the second half, East Bengal scored a goal on the penalty. The game changed during the end of the second half, when Bengal FC midfielder, Victor Perez Alonso, scored the goal for his team.
After this win, the East Bengal is now with 23 points from 16 games and is on the second position of the overall ranking. However, it has a tie with Punjab FC for the slot. Real Kashmir remains fourth with 22 points, sharing the score with TRAU FC and Gokulam Kerala. The position of RKFC on table point is fourth now. Before this match, they had 22 points from 14 matches. However, the referee showed the team five red cards to RKFC today.
In the previous match between Real Kashmir and Neroca FC, it is notable that it was Danish Bhat who scored a goal for his team. Real Kashmir won the previous match with 1-0. Danish Farooq then scored header goal in 42nd minute. Real Kashmir will play next match on March 14, against TRAU FC, which is fifth on table point.
Meanwhile, the stadium was jam-packed. Crowds were cheering for their favourite players. At the end of the match, there was some controversy between players. Some members from the audience entered in the field. The police came in action and solved the issue. The crowd alleged that the referee judged things wrongly.