Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, October 27
Tricity FC overpowered Chandigarh Police Kids Academy by a solitary goal in the ongoing Senior State Football Championship for Chandigarh Police Shaheed Trophy today.
Harman scored the lone consoling goal of the match in the 87th minute. In the second match, Saibaba FC defeated Stephen’s FC via tie-breaker. Earlier in the stipulated time, the match ended in a 1-1 draw. Navjot (108th) netted the first goal to put Saibaba FC in lead, while Shivam levelled the score in the 118th minute for Stephen’s FC.
Le Professor FC defeated Golden FC (3-0). Goldy (8th) netted the first goal, while Inderjeet (43rd) doubled the lead and Arjun (78th) netted the third goal. JSM FA overpowered PU Student (2-0). After a goalless draw, JSM FA’s Hemant and Vijay netted a goal each.
Meanwhile, contrary to the AIFF rules, Saibaba FC lads were made to play their second match of the day which they lost to Liberty FC (0-4). Navdeep (16th), Gurtejwar (18th), Krishna (28th) and Ankit (52nd) scored one goal each. In their second match, Tricity FC defeated Rajeshwar FC in a tie-breaker.
As per the AIFF rules, teams should be given ample layover before playing their second match. The matches are in the 45-15-45 (90 minutes and 15 minutes rest) format.
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