10-man Hyderabad FC pulled-off a late upset against Bengaluru FC. Bengaluru FC capitalized off Sunil Chhetri's early 2' goal. They continued to maintain their lead for 90 minutes until Hyderabad's striker Robin Singh made it one-all. Hyderabad FC's Sahil Panwar was shown the red card in the 56' minute of the game.
The hosts had no shots on target till injury time. However, they somehow managed to clinch the equalizer with just two shots on target. Bengaluru FC enjoyed most of the possession (61%) to Hyderabad FC's (39%). The draw saw Bengaluru FC climb to the second position and they are still unbeaten in the 2019-20 season. Whereas Hyderabad FC are still in the last spot. They have just one win in six games. Bengaluru FC will next play Odisha FC and Hyderabad FC will be up against FC Goa.
And the full time score is at 1-1. Great performance by both the teams tonight.#AbHyderabadKhelega #HFCBFC #FullTime #HyderabadFC #IndianSuperLeague #HEROISL #Hyderabad #LetsFootball #TrueLove https://t.co/Bg3I9s0sB3— Hyderabad F.C. (@HydFCOfficial) November 29, 2019
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Robin Singh's dramatic equaliser cancels out Sunil Chhetri's early goal and salvages a point for 10-man @HydFCOfficial.#HFCBFC #HeroISL #LetsFootball #TrueLove pic.twitter.com/mY8iYL42kG