India vs Myanmarlndia - Myanmar
A report about the game India vs. Myanmar.
Myanmar Match Report, 14.11.2017, Asian Cup Qualification
Zhhetri and Lalpekhlua shot in a vibrant match at one half or another to help India avoid qualifying for the Asian Cup in Myanmar..... India were undefeated in their qualifying for the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup 2019 to be played in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in 2019, beating Group A opponent 2-2 at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Goa on Tuesday.
Burmese seemed to have stunned Stephen Constantine's men in the first moment of the match as Naing Oo Yan competed in his endeavour after towering above everyone in the home side's stand. In India, Capt. Chhetri, who deserved and transformed a spot kick shortly after the first half, reacted.
Kyaw Ko Ko Ko Ko would soon disrupt this feeling of peace before Jeje's equaliser in the 69/9th minutes almost put India in first place in the group. In an obvious 4:2:3:1 India started with Jeje Lalpekhlua as robber of auctioneers, while Udanta Singh, Sunil Chhetri and Halicharan Narzary took over.
Myanmar's Aung Thu began the offensive, while Kyaw Ko Ko Ko, the gem of the country's international side, also kept his place on an Angels side that needed no less than a victory to make sure they were level on points with Kyrgyzstan in the group, as India had nothing to loose.
India's neighbors in Asia began with an all-powerful blast. Thein Than Win's Aung Thu shoved the shot to the lefthand side, whose Yan Naing jumped over everyone else and nodded in the open. When India followed, the watch was only 13 seconds long. Khhetri, who earned his 97 th hat for the Blue Tigers, was torn down by a villain.
Not wasting any extra balls, as the home team was in 13 minutes. In spite of the progress made in the assault, the Indians seemed to be cautious in their back team, and when Myanmar were in the nineteenth year. Gurpreet wrongly assessed a apparently innocuous impetus from Kyaw Ko Ko Ko, whose expensive error caused the football to pierce the stillness in the India net.
Aung Thu went to Myanmar with her tail raised shortly after the reboot, but Jhingan was able to return in order to protect and eliminate the endanger. On the other end Jhingan's carelessness saw a treacherous free-kick put in a row by Kyaw Ko Ko Ko. It was Chhetri's last opportunity at half-time when Lalpekhlua fired a hit just past the pole for the 32-year-old.
But Myanmar would have the last word in half-time combat when Thu almost trebled the home side just to see Gurpreet take a clever shot to the south. Chhetri's first opportunity for the home side came in the 58nd when Chhetri skipped his mark to hit Udantas flank, but the exertion increased dramatically.
So Lyngdoh and Jeje made a spectacular combination, with the former Pune FC alumnus, whose goalkeeper Htat's goal sneaked into the lower area. India's equaliser immediately brought the Angels back to third place, with Niang Oos being snatched from the skies by Sandhu.
Located in Naypyidaw, the side had another chance with Bo Bo Bo's drive, but Singh assembled well. lndia, with a gold chance of winning the draw, somehow confused it by misreading the rules of the penalty area's penalty -backed free kicks. The Indian side gritted their teeth and the match went into four-minute stoppage times.
Chhetri found himself back in the right place at the right place at the right moment in the eighteenth hour, only to once again see Htet hypnotizing in front of a 5594-headed home audience. When the ref missed his last shot for the match, India beat home with an undefeated 13-time match history under UK boss Constantine as Zeise and his side sagged.