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    Quote Originally Posted by RED DEVIL View Post
    Itrakkum build up oke vendo ingottanenkil kudi
    Ningal onnu santhoshikatteynu vicharichitta !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKKU1221 View Post
    Ningal onnu santhoshikatteynu vicharichitta !!!
    Njangaku title Thane venam santhoshikkan...

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  4. #8073


    India v Laos 2-1
    half Time. DD Sports

  5. #8074



    India advance to the next round of Asia Cup qualifiers

    India 6-1 Laos

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    fter beating Laos 6-1 on aggregate, India are only one hurdle away from qualifying for the 2019 Asian Cup..
    India came back strongly after conceding early to beat Laos 6-1 (7-1 aggregate) at Guwahati to book their place in the final round of qualifying for the 2019 AFC Asian Cup. This was after their narrow 1-0 win away from home in the first leg.

    Goals from Jeje Lalpekhlua (2) , Sumeet Passi, Sandesh Jhingan, Mohammed Rafique and Fulganco Cardozo were enough to cement their place in the next round.

    The play-off victory means India progress to the third and final round of qualifiers which would comprise of 24 teams.

    The Blue Tigers will join the 12 teams who are already qualified for the third round and will be accompanied by the other four winners in the play-off. The remaining three spots will be filled up by a two legged encounter between the five play-off losers and Bhutan, to make a total of 24 teams in the third round.

    A total of 12 teams will qualify for the showpiece tournament from the third round for a total of 24 teams in the 2019 AFC Asian Cup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKKU1221 View Post

    zlatan teases on his next BIG club.
    Who is expecting to see Zlatan in RED ???
    avante underwear nte promo ku aanu ithrem build up A-Z clothing

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  10. #8077


    Quote Originally Posted by perumal View Post
    avante underwear nte promo ku aanu ithrem build up A-Z clothing
    vertey aalkare pattikaaytu...shishh

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    OFC Nations Cup

    Kiwis deny PNG to earn continental crown

    New Zealand are heading to the FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017, but only after edging a gallant Papua New Guinea on penalties in the OFC Nations Cup final in Port Moresby.
    PNG narrowly had the better of an end-to-end scoreless contest only to succumb 4-2 in the shoot-out, with the impressive New Zealand goalkeeper Stefan Marinovic making two blocks to break local hearts. It is a record fifth Nations Cup crown for the All Whites and a first since 2008.
    A large and noisy crowd were on hand at Sir John Guise Stadium in the capital hoping to witness history in PNGs first Nations Cup final. New Zealand made three enforced changes with captain Chris Wood absent for personal reasons, while Luka Prelevic and defender Themi Tzimopoulos were suspended. Attacker Kosta Barbarouses was the main inclusion from the All Whites side that battled to a 1-0 semi-final win against New Caledonia.
    While the match remained an arm-wrestle it was the home side who looked more likely to score, as strong winds swirled around the stadium.
    Limited openings
    The closest either side came to breaking the deadlock was when PNG's Raymond Gunemba clipped the crossbar with a cross from a tight angle in the second half. Earlier, team-mate Nigel Dabinyaba let fly from long range with New Zealand goalkeeper Marinovic forced to make a diving save in one of the few highlights of the first half.

    New Zealand brought on two of the key attacking weapons in Marco Rojas and Jeremy Brockie for the second half as they sought to take advantage of any tiredness among PNGs all-amateur ranks. The Kiwis main threat generally came from set-pieces, and they almost went ahead on the hour mark as Rory Fallon got on the end of a free-kick only for his goal-bound header to be cleared from by Alwin Komolong.
    PNG goalkeeper Ronald Warisan fumbled a long New Zealand throw-in one of many in the match only to escape what would have been a disastrous error with ten minutes remaining. Warisan was then forced into a brave save amid a goalmouth scramble in the final minutes, earning a head knock in the process.
    The always-lively Tommy Semmy had a chance to win it with the last kick of the 90 minutes but clipped an effort wide as New Zealand scrambled to clear a free-kick.
    It was New Zealand who looked stronger as extra time commenced and acting-captain Fallon headed marginally over in an excellent opening for the All Whites. Brockie looked set to score with the final moment of first-half extra-time but couldnt quite get over his header from almost point-blank range following a Michael McGlinchey corner, leaving the scoreboard empty after 120 minutes.
    Koriak Upaiga saw PNGs first penalty saved thanks to an excellent Marinovic block, only for his side to briefly draw level as Brockie then pushed his penalty wide for the 2008 champions. However, PNGs Gunemba saw his penalty finger-tipped onto the post by Marinovic, allowing Rojas to slot the winning spot-kick.
    It was a very difficult game, all credit to them, but one of the toughest games I have been involved in, said New Zealand skipper Rory Fallon.
    It was very nerve-wracking out there, with their counter-attacks. Our defence and the whole team was unreal. By the end, everyone was knackered and hobbling towards penalties.
    New Zealand will now compete in their first FIFA Confederations Cup since South Africa 2009. Papua New Guinea will take solace being one of the top six nations at the eight-team OFC Nations Cup, all of whom will advance to Stage 3 of 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia qualifying, with Fiji, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Solomon Islands and Tahiti also set to feature.

  12. #8079


    The Sachin Tendulkar co-owned ISL franchise have made adequate strides to ensure their squad remains replenished ahead of a new manager's arrival...
    Kerala Blasters and their vast legion of fans, will welcome the news that despite the uncertainty surrounding their managerial appointment, the Sachin Tendulkar co-owned franchise is making all the right strides to ensure the playing squad is complete with furnished talent alongside budding potential.
    In this regard, the Kochi-based Indian Super League (ISL) have signed Mumbai FC trio Sandip Nandy, Kunal Sawant, both of them goalkeepers, and Pratik Chowdhury, a defender, to feature for the Yellow and Blues in . The Blasters have also moved qucikly to ensure they beat competition to the signature of India U19 starlet Prashant.
    It must noted here that all three have signed professional contracts and are nmot bing loaned out to the franchise.
    The southern franchise focused on Nandy, who has signed on as goalkeeper for the third season after making his debut in the ISL for the Tuskers in the opening edition of the tournament. Kunal Sawant meanwhile is making his contract with the Blasters his debut foray into the ISL.
    Both of them made a combined FOUR appearances in the I-League last season, whilst another stat that is sure to catch the eye of the Kerala team's fans is that the combined age of the duo - 70. Nandy is 41 years old and Sawant is 29.
    Pratik Chowdhury, meanwhile is a former Mohun Bagan player who is adept at playing all along the backline with him making 13 appearances in the rear-guard for Khaid Jamil's side in the 2015/16 I-League season. He helped the Yellow Brigade keep three clean sheets.
    Prashant, a Kerala-born talent, plays an attacking central midfielder or as a winger for the Indian Colts.

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    U-17 World Cup Squad come from two goals down to play out a draw

    NEW DELHI: The Indian U-17 World Cup Squad came from two goals down to play out an impressive 3-3 draw against SC Wehen in Germany today (June 14, 2016).Although the Indian Colts had a chance to take an early lead in the 10th minute when Sanjeev burst onto goal after a tacky one-touch play with Abijit Sarkar which resulted in a miscued shot, it was their opponents who scored in quick successions in the 11th and the 13th minute to take a 2-0 lead.India halved their deficit in the 25th minute when Abhijit Sarkar latched onto a through ball and placed it into the back of the net, but the German opposition scored in the very next minute to maintain the goal difference as the scoreline read 3-1.After the Indian colts trailed 3-1 at half-time, the U-17 World Cup Squad which had defeated Luxembourg 1-0 in Luxembourg last time around, scored through Komal in the 49th minute as his bullet header from a Ninthoi cross from the right flank saw the light of day as the scoreline read 3-2.With attacking momentum in their corner, India could have equalized their deficit in the 60th minute when Abhijit Sarkar hoofed his chance wide after a one versus one scenario with the opposition custodian.However in the 73rd minute the Indian colts equalized their deficit as Amarjit Singh scored from the penalty kick, after the referee pointed to the spot following a foul on Joysana.The full-time scoreline read 3-3 as the Indian defence stood strong to see out the match.

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