Sudeva Delhi FC 0 – 1 Mohammedan SC: Post-Match Analysis

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Sudeva Delhi FC lost their debut match in the I-league 2021 fixture against Mohammedan SC by 0-1 at Salt Lake Stadium.

Mohammedan SC were relegated to the 2nd division and not able to regain the place in the 1st division of the I-League. After 6 years of playing the domestic League in Kolkata, they received a place in the 1st Division this year.

The Black Panthers scored the first goal in the 58th minute and took the lead in the game. Sudeva FC, unfortunately, did not find any goal and lost this fixture by 0-1.

Sudeva Delhi FC 0 – 1 Mohammedan SC: Team News

The team played with young Indian footballers. Head coach of Sudeva Chencho Dorji played with a 3-5-2 formation.

Whereas Jose Hevia head coach of Mohammedan had professional players in the squad, The Club went with a 4-5-1 formation against the Sudeva Delhi FC.

Sudeva Delhi FC 0 – 1 Mohammedan SC Match Analysis:

Sudeva Delhi FC created two chances in the first half but were saved by the Black panther goalkeeper. Both clubs were goalless till the halftime.

Mohammedan SC took the lead at the 58th minute when Faisal Ali received the ball after a defensive error from the opponent’s defense.

Faisal Ali sprinted all the way to the box with the ball and slotted it to the back of the nets.

After conceding the first goal in I-League Sudeva played offensively but did not get the chance to equalize.

Mohammedan received their first 3 points of the season after an exciting win over Sudeva.

Notable Performances:

Faisal Ali: He scored the first goal of the season in the very first game. He received the Hero of the Match Award.

Mohammedan FC will face Churchill Brothers next on January 14, 2021, while Sudeva Delhi FC takes on Indian Arrows on the same day.

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