Real Kashmir FC grabbed a shocking 2-1 win against Kolkata goliaths, Mohun Bagan, to move to the third spot in the progressing twelfth release of the I-League here at the Salt Lake Stadium on Sunday.
Focus back player Mason Robertson struck twice in the 33rd and the 74th minutes, guaranteeing that Real Kashmir FC stayed unbeaten moving so far in their presentation season. Sony Norde’s without shouting kick in the 42nd moment was the main objective that the hosts could oversee in the diversion, who are currently set 6th on the I-League focuses table.
While Mohun Bagan rolled out five improvements in the present diversion, the most recognizable change was that of Sony Norde returning into the beginning rundown and Dipanda Dicka sitting on the seat. For Real Kashmir, Mason Robertson discovered his way into the beginning rundown as damage ridden Krizo needed to sit out.
Real Kashmir FC, who have not lost an away diversion up until now, not surprisingly, began with their assaulting football. Mohun Bagan, notwithstanding, made endeavors on the counter yet the Real Kashmir protection line guaranteed that the hosts did not discover enough chances to make inconvenience for them.
Real Kashmir, in any case, did not quit attempting and were before long compensated in the 33rd moment when an exceptional cross from Surchandra Singh to Mason Robertson inside the crate saw the last make no mistakes in heading the ball into the objective, drawing first blood for the Real Kashmir.
Mohun Bagan, who were left shaken with this objective, sprung back to activity making consistent endeavors to score however the Real Kashmir protectors guaranteed that the hosts don’t discover enough space to deal with an equalizer.
Genuine Kashmir’s physical amusement cost them beyond a reasonable doubt when a senseless foul by Abhash Thapa on Yuta Kinowaki, simply outside their case, not just earned a free kick for Mohun Bagan yet in addition prompted a yellow card for the Kashmir group.
Sony Norde, who took the free-kick from there on, committed no errors in exhibiting his class as he guaranteed his shot crashed off the crossbar and dashed into the Real Kashmir objective in the 42nd moment. The intensely engaging first half arrived at an end with the score perusing 1-1 for both Mohun Bagan and Real Kashmir FC.
The second half started with hosts Mohun Bagan squeezing hard for a lead yet they were left needing against a sorted out Real Kashmir barrier line. Mohun Bagan, who looked edgy for a lead looked very compromising, rupturing into the Real Kashmir box at normal interims, however the absence of a decent complete inside the crate cost them vigorously.
Then again, Real Kashmir continued stopping ceaselessly at chances on the counter and their endeavors were again compensated in the 74th moment when Mason Roberston struck his second objective of the day to hand the guests the lead by and by.
The amusement switched gears from that point. While on one hand, Mohun Bagan made various endeavors to discover the equalizer once more, Real Kashmir guaranteed that the majority of their players were situated sufficiently profound to guard and fend off each compromising minute, on the other.
Mohun Bagan verged on scoring multiple times in the last couple of minutes of the diversion however some incredible protecting from Real Kashmir alongside some misled shots from Mohun Bagan cost the hosts the amusement.
Artisan Robertson was deservingly decreed to be the Hero of the Match.