ATK vs Kerala Blasters Football, ISL 2018: Kerala had dominated the beginning of the game. First half was the name of Kerala, but ATC also made many good opportunities and …
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ATK vs Kerala Blasters Football, ISL 2018: The Kerala Blasters, who reached the final of the Indian Super League (ISL) twice, has done the inaugural season of the league in the fifth season. Blasters defeated hosts ATC by 2-0 in a match played at Viveedanand Yuva Bharti Kirtangan on Saturday. The first goal of the match for Kerala, which was beaten by ATC twice in the final, was done by Matek Poplatnik in the 77th minute. The second goal was scored by Slavisla Stojanovic in the 86th minute and gave the visiting side a 2-0 lead.
Stojanovic had a role in the first round of the match. Platonic scored a goal on the right time taken by him after he was deflected from Gerson Viera. After this, Stojanovic gave a memorable victory to his team while scoring at the exact pass of Halicharan Narajare. The name of Narrajare was the first Asst of this edition.
In this way, Kerala won the second match in 11 matches against the hosts. He has been defeated in five matches, while the four are on equal footing. This match was memorable for Dhiraj playing for India in the Under-17 World Cup. Through this match, he made his debut in ISL. In the 20th minute, the first yellow card of the match was found by ATC’s Nosair Al Mamuni.
Kerala had dominated the beginning of the game. The first half was named after Kerala, but ATC also made many good opportunities. The ball was being captured by Kerala most of the time but it did not get success. The message Jhingan team created many good moves but did not open the account.
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After the 25th minute under the supervision of the new manager, the host team catching the goal was close enough to score in the 39th minute but did not get the breakthrough. In the first 20 minutes of the second half, the two teams failed in the effort. Meanwhile, the two teams made some changes, but despite two changes made by ATC, Kerala took the lead by scoring the first goal. It seemed that the hosts would make the match exciting by scoring a goal, but in the meantime, Stojanovic rounded off his expectations.
Kerala Blasters during the match Photo Courtesy: Indian Super League