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Gokulam Kerala FC 4-0 Indian Arrows: I-League Post-match Analysis

Gokulam Kerala Indian Arrows, Football Express

Gokulam Kerala FC won 4-0 against Indian Arrows in the I-league fixture at the Kalyani Stadium.

The young guns put a disappointing performance after a hard-fought first half. However, Emil Benny, Denny Antwi, Lalromawia, and Ngangom Ronald Singh were the goalscorers for the southern side.

As a result, the Malabarians moved upto 4th place in the I-league standings. Whereas the young guns stay at the wrong end of the table.

Gokulam Kerala 4-0 Indian Arrows Team News:

Vincenzo Alberto Annese didn’t make any changes to his starting 11. Thus, he fielded a 4-3-3 formation.

The visitors also kept the same squad and played in a 4-5-1 formation.

Indian Arrows Starting 11 : Ahan Prakash (GK) ; Defenders – Amandeep, Halen Nongtdu, Gurpanthjeet Singh and Tankadhar Bag ; Midfielders – Gurkirat Singh, Vellington Fernandes, Harsh Patre, Vibin Mohanan and Shreyas Ketkar ; Vanlalruatfela Thlacheu (FW).

Gokulam 4-0 Indian Arrows Analysis:

Gokulam Kerala were looking confident with keeping most of the possession and dropping deep. However, their opponents who come with a 1-0 surprise win over Mohammedan, were looking dangerous on Counter-attacks.

The first half was a defensive half as it was locked at 0-0. However, the only big chance was the penalty to the Kerala side. Sharif Mukhammad failed to convert into a goal.

However, the second half proved that the Malabarians were too hot to handle! Emil Benny snatched home a goal in the 47th minute.

Three minutes later, Dennis Antwi successfully converted the penalty. However, further miseries were piled up on the Indian Arrows as Lalromawia and Ronald Singh sealed the victory.

Notable Performances:

Emil Benny (7/10) – The 20-year-old forward has been in brilliant form scoring two in two consecutive matches.

Vincy Barretto (7.5/10) – He deserves to be the Hero of the match. Vincy came to the rescue whenever there was need of possession and offence.

Ahan Prakash (5/10) – Ahan couldn’t display his excellent goalkeeping skills in the match. However, he showed some glimpses of brilliance like the pemalty save in the first half.

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