Bengaluru Football Club won the match against Delhi Dynamos at Sree Kanteerava Stadium 1-0.
Bengaluru FC captain Sunil Chhetri made 150th appearance for the team in the Indian Super League against Delhi Dynamos.
All eyes were on Sunil Chhetri as Bengaluru FC faced Delhi Dynamos in an ISL tie at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium.
Chhetri has been the mascot for Bengaluru FC and has been with the champion side since inception. He has been the face of Bengaluru’s FC campaigns.
Bengaluru FC is the only team who are unbeaten so far, although they have only played six matches. Delhi Dynamos fought and found the going tough against a strong Bengaluru FC side.
Sunil Chhetri is the captain, leader, and legend of the Bengaluru FC. The club maintained their unbeaten record in this edition of Hero ISL as they secured a 1-0 victory over Delhi Dynamos.
Bengaluru FC started the match with 4 foreign players in the absence of the injured Miku and suspended Dimas Delgado. Erik Paartalu recovered in time to play the match.
Goal Score for Bengaluru FC :
Bengaluru FC maintained their unbeaten record in Hero ISL as they secured a 1-0 victory over Delhi Dynamos. Udanta Singh’s scored the winning goal for the club in the 87th minute of the match.
Udanta Singh scored from just outside the box. The ball beat Dynamo goalkeeper Albino Gomes to hit the post and then went in. Heartbreaking for Delhi who had a host of chances to score.
However, Dynamos put up a great show in the first half of the match but were unfortunate to score a goal.
With this victory, BFC has climbed to the top of the points table with 19 points.
Udanta Singh’s goal gave Bengaluru the victory and it is Delhi Dynamos fifth loss of the season at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium in Bengaluru.
Delhi Dynamos were the dominant side and had several chances to get the victory but their player Gurpreet Singh Sandhu kept Bengaluru in the match with a string of saves. The Delhi team has 4 points from 9 matches.
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