Bengaluru FC vs Delhi Dynamos FC, Indian Super League, highlights: BEN 4-1 DEL
Bengaluru FC thrashed Delhi Dynamos FC 4-1 in their Indian Super League match to go top of the league standings. Catch highlights of Bengaluru FC vs Delhi Dynamos FC hereindian super league 2017 Updated: Nov 26, 2017 22:01 IST
Bengaluru FC registered their second consecutive win of the ISL when they beat Delhi Dynamos 4-1 at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium on Sunday. Bengaluru midfielder Erik Paartalu scored a brace in the first half before Lenny Rodrigues scored Bengaluru’s third goal after the break. Kalu Uche scored a late penalty for Delhi Dynamos but Miku scored almost immediately after Delhi’s first goal of the night and Bengaluru went on top of the ISL table with the win. Catch highlights of Bengaluru FC vs Delhi Dynamos FC here. (ISL FULL COVERAGE) (SCHEDULE) (RESULTS) (STANDINGS)
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9:56 PM IST: Full-time - Bengaluru FC 4-1 Delhi Dynamos FC. What a performance that was from Albert Roca’s men. Their second win in two games sees them go top of the ISL league standings, and deservedly so.
9:52 PM IST: Four minutes have been added on.
9:49 PM IST: GOAL! Miku finally gets that goal he’s been threatening to get all night. Bengaluru now lead 4-1.
9:48 PM IST: GOAL! Kalu Uche pulls one back for Delhi from the penalty spot. But it is too little too late at this point.
9:45 PM IST: Little under 10 minutes to go at this point and Bengaluru look set to go top of the ISL table.
9:40 PM IST: Shot-stopper Albino Gomes has been the only shining light on what has been a long and forgetful night for Delhi.
9:35 PM IST: Albert Roca is clearly enjoying this performance:
9:30 PM IST: Delhi Dynamos players’ getting more physical as the half wears on, likely due to frustration over just how badly the game has panned out for them.
9:28 PM IST: Delhi have made a few substitutions but the tempo of their game remains the same: slow and uninspiring. Bengaluru are now content to sit back and defend their lead.
9:23 PM IST: Delhi look extremely deflated at this point. Not exactly a shock, given they’ve been completely outplayed by the two-time I-League champions tonight.
9:20 PM IST: GOAL! Lenny Rodrigues now all but puts the game to bed with a deft finish.
9:15 PM IST: Bengaluru now passing the ball with aplomb. They can sit back and defend but seem keen to get another goal to kill the game off.
9:10 PM IST: Delhi keeping the ball well so far, but no one wins games because of keeping possession. Chances must be created here.
9:05 PM IST: Second half underway. Delhi will need to attack well in order to stand any chance of getting a result.
8:50 PM IST: Half-time - Bengaluru FC 2-0 Delhi Dynamos FC. Erik Paartalu’s brace separates the two sides at the break. Will Delhi be able to find their way back into the game? Find out in a few minutes.
8:49 PM IST: GOAL! Partaalu scores again to give Bengaluru a decisive lead going into half-time.
8:45 PM IST: Three minutes have been added on in the first half.
8:40 PM IST: The half is drawing to a close and Bengaluru have been the better side. They most certainly deserve the lead going into the break.
8:35 PM IST: Delhi are finding space as Bengaluru sit deep but they need to create more chances or else all that possession will count for nothing.
8:30 PM IST: The difference between the two sides is quite apparent. Bengaluru are far more well-settled whereas Delhi are all over the place at this point.
8:26 PM IST: GOAL! Erik Paartalu gives Bengaluru the lead after some good play in the box from the home side. You can’t say that wasn’t coming.
8:25 PM IST: Delhi showing flashes of attacking intent but Bengaluru are solid in defence.
8:20 PM IST: Bengaluru have been the better side by some margin so far in this half. At this rate it seems like only a matter of time before they score.
8:15 PM IST: Bengaluru started the game well but Delhi have found their way back into the game. Worth noting thst either side has created any major chances yet.
8:10 PM IST: Delhi finally beginning to build some momentum here.
8:05 PM IST: Miku hits the post with a header! It’s been all Bengaluru so far.
8:00 PM IST: The referee blows his whistle and we are underway!
7:55 PM IST: The teams are now out on the field and the Sree Kanteerava Stadium is bracing for a tightly-contested match.
7:50 PM IST: We are minutes away from the beginning of the game now and Bengaluru FC fans sure are lining up in numbers to support their team:
7:40 PM IST: For Delhi, Lallianzuala Chhangte will be the key. The tricky winger was instrumental in their first win over Pune and Delhi fans will hope he continues to shine as they aim for a second consecutive win.
7:30 PM IST: Sunil Chhetri will be the man to watch, as the Bengaluru FC and India skipper is a proven entity both at club and international level. Will he be the difference maker today? We are now only minutes away from kick-off.
7:24 PM IST: In the early kick-off today, FC Pune City stunned defending ISL champions ATK 4-1 at the Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata. You can check out highlights of that match here.
7:05 PM IST: Starting line-ups have been announced:
7:00 PM IST: Bengaluru will undoubtedly be favourites going into this encounter due to them being more settled and playing in front of a loyal home crowd. However, Dynamos looked a decent side in their first encounter too.
6:45 PM IST: Both teams have made winning starts to the tournament and both will look to continue their momentum today, meaning we could likely be in for an exciting clash.
6:30 PM IST: Hello and welcome to live coverage of the ISL match between Bengaluru FC and Delhi Dynamos FC!
Bengaluru, who made their ISL debut this season and have won the I-League twice, registered an easy 2-0 win over Mumbai City FC in their opening game thanks to goals from Edu Garcia and skipper Sunil Chhetri.
Delhi Dynamos, who have a new-look side and are being led by their fourth new coach in Miguel Angel Portugal, also began the season with a close 3-2 win over Pune City FC.
Given the frequency of goalless draws that the league has seen so far, both these teams would be keen to register their second straight win in order to pull away from the rest of the pack.
Bengaluru FC are well-settled side compared to other ISL outfits. That and the fact that they’re playing at home makes them favourites going into the game.
However, Delhi have looked a decent side under their new coach and it would be unwise to count them before the game begins.
First Published: Nov 26, 2017 18:19 IST