ASHLEY WESTWOOD, the head coach of Bengaluru FC, has come under fire from the Asian Football Confederation for his conduct during the match against Lao Toyota.
A HAPLESS BENGALURU FC went down 3-0 against a second string Johor Darum Ta'zim side away from home in their last AFC Cup group stage match.
PLAYING AGAINST the defending champions Johor Darul Ta'zim gives Bengaluru FC a chance to prove to the world that they are a serious contender in AFC Cup, and their Federation Cup failure has not bogged them down.
VARIOUS ISL FRANCHISES are all set to continue with their trend of picking established youngsters from I-League clubs instead of trying out real new talent. Mumbai City have started on this path by signing Udanta Singh of Bengaluru FC.
Aizawl FC outplayed champions Bengaluru FC in every department to hand them a convincing and historical 2-3 defeat, knocking them out of the Federation Cup by a 5-3 aggregate.
RELEGATED AIZAWL FC MADE a strong statement when they beat league champions Bengaluru FC 2-1 at home in the first match of the Federation Cup.
NEEDING AT LEAST a point to make it to the next second round of the AFC Cup, Bengaluru FC got that and more out of Lao Toyota at Kanteerava tonight, as Eugeneson Lyngdoh and Kim Song-yong managed to net a goal apiece to secure a 2-1 victory for the I-League champions.
A DRAW against Lao Toyota will ensure Bengaluru FC a place in the AFC Cup 2nd round, and the I-League champions are going all in to get the job done.
MOHUN BAGAN RAINED all over Bengaluru FC's parade as the former champions handed the current champions a humilating 5-0 drubbing at Siliguri tonight.
WITH THE I-League title race already over and the venue moved far away from Kolkata, the clash between Mohun Bagan and Bengaluru FC is receiving a lukewarm response from fans.
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