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ISL 2021-22: SC East Bengal, Hyderabad FC play 1-1 draw - 2 min read

ISL 202122 SC East Bengal Hyderabad FC play 11 draw
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Goa: SC East Bengal and Hyderabad FC played a 1-1 draw in the 2021-22 Indian Super League match at the Athletic Stadium in Bambolim, here on Thursday. Hyderabad extended their unbeaten run to six matches but the Kolkata side remained winless in eight matches.

Amir Dervisevic (20′) gave SC East Bengal an early lead against the run of play with a brilliant free-kick but Bartholomew Ogbeche (35′) scored with a header to bring the match level.

Joel Chianese was the first to test Arindam Bhattacharya in the 12th minute after a cautious start from both teams. However, it was SC East Bengal that went into the lead thanks to a powerful direct free-kick from outside the box by Amir Dervisevic.

The midfielder scored with a left-footed shot that caught Laxmikant Kattimani unawares, who should have done better in saving the attempt. Daniel Chima Chukwu missed a fabulous opportunity to double his team’s lead by sending his shot wide in a one-on-one situation just before the half-hour mark.

Hyderabad FC turned up the intensity on SC East Bengal, and scored through Bartholomew Ogbeche. A pinpoint cross from the left flank by Aniket Jadhav found Ogbeche’s head who easily directed the ball past the goalkeeper. Both teams went into the break on equal terms.

The second half saw SC East Bengal and Hyderabad FC cancel each other out and both tacticians made personnel changes to change the complexion of the game. Raju Gaikwad was one of the players to make way who suffered a blow to the head earlier in the match.

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At the 85th minute mark, Sahil Tavora attempted a long-range attempt which made Arindam parry the shot away. The rebound from Siverio went wayward, to the goalkeeper’s relief. The fourth official indicated seven minutes of added time for stoppages during the game. Naorem Singh and Juanan got a yellow card each in the late stages of the match. Despite throwing everything in their locker at the opposition, neither side could find the winner and the game ended on even terms.

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