ISL | East Bengal’s Preparation Against Second Boy Hyderabad In The Dark Of Night: On the 9th of this month, the second boy Hyderabad FC of the Indian Super League (ISL) is going to face East Bengal FC (East Bengal), who are at the bottom of the league table, Jordan O’Doherty’s red and yellow brigade is number eight in the league.
Meanwhile, Hyderabad FC has lost its place as league toppers. On Thursday i.e. today, league toppers Mumbai City FC snatched a big 4-1 win against FC Goa. The Mumbai team is going out of reach with 21 points in 9 matches. Second Hyderabad 16 in 8 matches, Odisha FC 15 in 7 matches, ATK Mohun Bagan and Kerala Blasters FC have played the same number of 7 matches in ISL and the point difference between the two teams is 1 point. Green maroon camp is fourth with 13 points and Kerala is 5th with 12 points.
In such an environment, East Bengal FC players are sweating in practices to improve themselves in the points table. Head coach Stephen Constantine said at the start of ISL, the goal is to be among the first five in the league table. In the current league, the Red and Gold Brigade played 8 matches and lost 5 matches, winning only 3 matches. Now Constantine will be aiming to get as many points as possible from their last 12 matches to shake off the ‘Last Boy’ title from the red and yellow jersey.
And to do this, the East Bengal camp is unwilling to leave any flaws in their practices. In the morning gym session and at night on-field practice sessions, Haokip, Mahesh, and Ankit are constantly polishing their strategies to break the opponent’s barbaric tension.
ATK Mohun Bagan came back strong in their last match at Yuva Bharati Stadium and beat Hyderabad FC playing team game football. The Mariners bounced back at home after losing to FC Goa in the away match. After losing against Goa from number two in the league, they went down to number six in the table after defeating Nizamars to move up to number four in the table. There was no fluke at all, the Mariners performed for the full 90 minutes on the field, which resulted in a hand-picked result.
The head coach of East Bengal FC, Stephen Constantine, is repeatedly putting this in front of the team to perform for 90 minutes. It should be done with focus and not be relaxed. The mistake that Red Yellow Camp made against Odisha FC in Yuva Bharati Sports Arena. Despite having a two-goal lead in the second half, they conceded three points after conceding two goals in three minutes. To avoid a repeat telecast of the error, the British coach of red and yellow, Constantine, is talking to the boys repeatedly, there is no place to relax until the final whistle is blown by the referee. in the match
After losing to FC Goa, Pratim Kotal promised the green and maroon fans that they would bounce back. As promised, the Nizams were crushed by Hugo Bauman, and Carl McHurra. Now it’s the turn of the red and yellow brigade to show the East Bengal fans that we can too.
The jersey will be soaked with sweat.
The flag is flying in the stadium,
Gunpowder in our eyes,
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— East Bengal FC (@eastbengal_fc) December 1, 2022
Mohun Bagan lost the away match and ATK won the away match and East Bengal won the away match by performing well against Jamshedpur FC. That means the red-yellow camp footballers are ahead of the Mariners in the mind game. There is another away match against coach Manolo Marquez’s Hyderabad FC. Getting three points against Jamshedpur should not be stopped, the streak of winning 12 matches in hand should be made into a habit, then it will be nice to see the torch spread across the stadium. And to do this, team game football should be played, which is the game of JRD Tata against Daniel Chima Chukwud. Clinton Silva and Naurem Maheshra played at Sportster’s Complex.