Chhetri Scores, Bengaluru leads 4-2

ISL 2020-21 Live Score, Bengaluru FC vs Kerala Blasters FC: Chhetri Scores, Bengaluru leads 4-2

ISL 2020-21 Bangalore FC vs Kerala Blasters FC Live Updates: Unbeaten Bangalore FC will be the host Kerala Blasters FC at the Fatorda Stadium in Goa in Match No. 27 Indian Super League 2020-21 on Sunday. Sunil Chhetri atones for the lack of penalty when he headed off a perfect cross from Khabra to put Bengaluru up 4-2. Kerala recovers the goal to make it 3-2 when Vicente Gómez heads the ball into the goal from a free kick and Jordan Murray hits it. Kristian Opseth and Dimas Delgado score within three minutes to give Bengaluru a 3-1 lead. Sunil Chhetri tries to be cheeky with the penalty and ended up failing. Kerala Blasters and Bengaluru FC threatened each other with spaces at the rear, which should make for an interesting second half. Cleiton Silva held on to a failed punt by Lalruatthara to bring Bengaluru FC back to the same level. Bengaluru FC’s play missed when Kerala Blasters caught them on the counter and Rahul KP put the ball in. Bengaluru FC are looking for their second win of the season, while the Kerala Blasters are still looking for their first three points. Follow all the live updates of Bengaluru FC vs Kerala Blasters FC on the News18 Sports blog. In match No. 26, NorthEast United FC and Chennaiyin FC played a goalless draw at Tilak Maidan.


Bengaluru has a great record against Kerala. In six games, he won four times and only lost one. But that is the past and the Cuadrat team is not in its best shape. Their last match against NorthEast United ended in a 2-2 draw. The former ISL champions have scored 80 percent of their goals (4) from set pieces this season and this could pose a threat to Kerala, whose defense has been the most vulnerable in the league. They have yet to keep a clean sheet against BFC.

Bengaluru began the campaign with a 3-4-3 formation, which was not conducive to their style, forcing Cuadrat to deploy a four-man defense. The change in plan has helped Bengaluru bring out the best in Dimas Delgado and Udanta Singh, making them appear more threatening. “It wasn’t working well for us at the moment but it can work well in the future. We have a plan B and C. We went back to a 4-3-3 and it helped us get more offensive,” explained Cuadrat. . The Bengaluru coach was confident that his team will be back on track, adding: “We have to be strong mentally and physically. Some teams had a longer preseason but they cannot score three points.”

This season, the Kerala Blasters have conceded six goals (the second highest number), despite taking only 13 shots on target. Coach Kibu Vicuña addressed that concern. “We are working and hoping that in the next game everything will go better. We did not think that we would get two points in four games, but sometimes it happens,” he said. “We are trying different possibilities. We are trying to improve. We have to improve in the last third. We have to be brave and work better and hard. We are confident, we know we have a good team and players,” he said. , adding that they would need to improve in the last third to get the goals. Kerala will miss the injured Sergio Cidoncha, who has left for Spain for his recovery program.