Hero I-league

Punjab FC to face Gokulam Kerala today

Chandigarh, January 13

RoundGlass Punjab FC will be looking forward to maintain their winning momentum as they face Gokulam Kerala in its second game during the Hero I-League at Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata tomorrow.

“This one will be tough for us. They have got a good team, a good budget and a good striking force. But we are looking forward to the challenge,” said Head Coach Curtis Fleming. He further added: “I think Jiten Murmu did a fantastic job for us. Sumeet Passi had hurt his ankle and hopefully, he will be back soon. All other clubs have submitted thirty players in the squad and we have twenty-seven. I am always on the lookout for players, but for now, we are focused on the game tomorrow with the squad we have.”

Kiran Limbu, the goalkeeper of the team, said: “Our coach always gives imbibes confidence in players.” — TNS

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