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March 22, 2018 | Syed Rukaya

Real Kashmir plays draw with Pune City

In the Second Division I-League match of group A, Real Kashmir Football Club (RKFC) locked horns with Football Club Pune City on Wednesday at Astroturf Ground, Srinagar.
From the initial stage of the game, RKFC dominated the game and restricted visitor team from scoring any goal. However, hosts got several opportunities to score but could not find back of the net.
Moreover, in the second half, visitors got ample opportunities to score but failed to convert into positive outcomes.
RKFC played aggressive and tactical football in the second half and pushed the opponent team to back-foot and dominated the game.
However, both the teams tried to dominate the score sheet but could not manage to trouble the score sheet and the score sheet read 0-0 on the final whistle of the game.
Meanwhile, the match ended in draw and both the teams gained one-point each as in preliminary phase there is no provision of penalty shootout.
Moreover, huge crowd enthralled into the venue to witness the high voltage rumble and supported their favourite teams.
The Second Division I-League is organized by All India Football Federation with full support from Jammu and Kashmir Football Association.

 

March 22, 2018 | Syed Rukaya

Real Kashmir plays draw with Pune City

              

In the Second Division I-League match of group A, Real Kashmir Football Club (RKFC) locked horns with Football Club Pune City on Wednesday at Astroturf Ground, Srinagar.
From the initial stage of the game, RKFC dominated the game and restricted visitor team from scoring any goal. However, hosts got several opportunities to score but could not find back of the net.
Moreover, in the second half, visitors got ample opportunities to score but failed to convert into positive outcomes.
RKFC played aggressive and tactical football in the second half and pushed the opponent team to back-foot and dominated the game.
However, both the teams tried to dominate the score sheet but could not manage to trouble the score sheet and the score sheet read 0-0 on the final whistle of the game.
Meanwhile, the match ended in draw and both the teams gained one-point each as in preliminary phase there is no provision of penalty shootout.
Moreover, huge crowd enthralled into the venue to witness the high voltage rumble and supported their favourite teams.
The Second Division I-League is organized by All India Football Federation with full support from Jammu and Kashmir Football Association.

 

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