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Dempo Sports Club made history when they won the I-League title for the record fifth time in Margao, on Friday. Needing a point to regain the title, they played an entertaining goalless draw with Kingfisher East Bengal. The result took Armando Colaco'
David Sunday's hat-trick was in vain, as East Bengal rode on a late strike from Robin Singh to register a hard-fought 4-3 victory over United Kerala [ Images ] in an I-League match at the Yuba Bharati Krirangan in Kolkata [ Images ] on Monday. East
Mohun Bagan squandered their lead in the last 13 minutes to settle for a 2-2 draw against leaders Dempo, something that shattered their I-League hopes after the 22nd round fixture at the Yuba Bharati Krirangan in Kolkata [ Images ] on Sunday. In an
Sitting pretty atop the table with 46 points, five points above the nearest rivals Kingfisher East Bengal, Dempo coach Armando Colaco said he reminded his boys that a win on Sunday would only take them close to the trophy. Bagan coach Prasanta
It is a must-win game for struggling Mohun Bagan as a loss would shatter their slender title hopes. With five more rounds remaining in the league, Dempo stay five points clear of second-placed East Bengal, while Mohun Bagan (38) lie in the third spot.
East Bengal have 38 points from 21 matches while Mumbai FC are struggling in the relegation zone with 17 points from 21 outings. The previous match between the two was won by East Bengal 4-1. East Bengal head coach Trevor Morgan said: "We have to win
Dempo Sports Club opened a nine point gap at the top of the I-League football ladder with an easy 3-0 win over HAL Bangalore at the Nehru Stadium inFatorda on Saturday. A brace from Ranty Martins and another one from substitute Japanese striker
Helped by Ranty Martins' second half strike, Dempo Sports Club defeated Salgaocar SC 1-0 to emerge as the Kingfisher Super Cup champion here on Tuesday. After a barren first half at Nehru Stadium, which saw the play confined to midfield, Dempo ,
India's [ Images ] national coach Savio Medeira has showed faith in the 23 players to bring glory to Indian football during the AFC Challenge Cup...The team managed to get good practice in Muscat and Dubai [ Images ] where they played international
Salgaocar, who needed a big margin win (by nearly a dozen goals) against Sporting Clube de Goa to emerge champions, failed in their efforts and managed only a 2-1 victory at Nehru Stadium here. They finished their league engagement with 25 points,