Five talking points from India ‘s draw against Kuwait

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India didn’t finish with the results they were asking as late equalizer for them with an own goal. But this time India showed a great fight both in the SAFF and Intercontinental cup.

India didn’t finish with the results they were asking as late equalizer for them with an own goal. But this time India showed a great fight both in the SAFF and Intercontinental cup.

Poor Referring

India really performed with a character in the field, but they became the prey of poor referring. Indian coach got two red cards for showing agitation.

Chhetri as a Saviour

Sunil can’t stop scoring; he saved India again. He has turned to all-time leading goal scorer for the SAFF Championship. His continuously goal scoring abilities not only saved Indian team but make him the best Indian football player and Mr. dependable.

Exciting first half for India

They first half of the game was super thrilling, which was loaded with nonstop action and excitement. A fascinating match resulted from the intense attacking and defending tactics demonstrated by both teams. All throughout the pitch, the players engaged in ferocious struggles for every ball. It was a true test of physical might, willpower, and expertise. Chhetri’s precise strike changed the momentum in India’s Favour and injected further excitement to a first half already full of activity.

Clean sheet record comes to an end for India

Anwar Ali’s unfortunate own goal in the final 90+2 minutes forced India to settle for a draw in the thrilling match against Kuwait. The Indian team was disappointed with the outcome because they were in a winning position and couldn’t get all three points.

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The game was fiercely intense and closely contested, which made India’s draw all the more disappointing. Additionally, Anwar Ali’s own goal ended the team’s remarkable run of seven straight clean sheets. The Indian defense suffered a setback, but they will try to regroup and recover well in their remaining games.

Chaos filled match:-

Numerous instances of disorder and altercations between players from the two sides ruined the India-Kuwait game. The player clashes increased in frequency as the game neared its conclusion and became increasingly intense. Rahim Ali of India and Al Qallaf of Kuwait recieved red cards for their participation in the altercations as a result of the situation’s escalation. The disciplinary measures were required to regain control and guarantee the game’s safety and fairness.

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