FC Goa’s winless run in the Reliance Foundation Development League extended to three games on Thursday, when they drew 2-2 against Hyderabad FC
Hyderabad FC beat Kerala Blasters FC 3-1 on penalties to win their first-ever Hero Indian Super League (ISL) title at the PJN stadium in Margao, Goa on Sunday in dramatic fashion as the Kerala Blasters FC finished as runners-up for the third time in their history.
FC Goa’s record streak of making the ISL playoffs for 4 consecutive seasons came to an end on Saturday night, following their 3-2 loss to Hyderabad FC at the SAG Athletic Stadium in Bambolim, Goa.
Bengaluru FC’s nine-match unbeaten streak came to an end with a 2-1 defeat to Hyderabad, at the GMC Athletic Stadium, in Bambolim, on Friday
Hyderabad FC ended 2021 in style at Bambolim on Tuesday after putting six past Odisha FC in yet another commanding display.
Both FC Goa and Hyderabad FC furthered their unbeaten runs thanks to a 1-1 draw today at the SAG Athletic Stadium in Bambolim. Hyderabad took the lead in the 54th minute but saw their joy cut short eight minutes later as Airam Cabrera delivered his second of the season, helping the Gaurs to a point.
Marco Pezzaiuoli and Bengaluru FC fell to a strike from Bartholomew Ogbeche, in a 1-0 loss to Hyderabad FC at the GMC Athletic Stadium, in Bambolim, on Wednesday. The result meant the Blues’ search for a second win of the season continued, with Pezzaiuoli’s side in ninth place on the table with four points from five games.
After an unlucky start to their Indian Super League campaign, Hyderabad FC were back to winning ways at Fatorda on Saturday. In what was the first 9:30pm kickoff in the league’s history, Hyderabad FC put on an impressive display to take all three points and move up to 5th in the league table, two games into the season.
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