Mohun Bagan vs NorthEast United: MBSG Secures 4-2 Victory

Mohun Bagan vs NorthEast United, In a thrilling encounter at the Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan (Salt Lake Stadium) in Kolkata, Mohun Bagan Super Giant (MBSG) clinched a 4-2 victory against NorthEast United FC (NEUFC). The match witnessed an intense battle between the two sides, with multiple goals and exciting moments keeping fans on the edge of their seats.

First Half Drama: Mohun Bagan vs NorthEast United

The first half saw both teams trading blows as they looked to assert their dominance early on. NorthEast United FC drew first blood with an early penalty converted by Juric, giving them an early lead. However, Mohun Bagan fought back swiftly, with Liston Colaco equalizing with a powerful shot from the edge of the box. The momentum swung in NEUFC’s favor once again as they regained the lead with a well-taken goal.

MBSG’s Comeback:

Despite facing adversity, Mohun Bagan Super Giant showcased their resilience and fighting spirit. Just before halftime, Jason Cummings capitalized on a well-executed set-piece to level the score once again, setting the stage for an exhilarating second half.

Second Half Brilliance:

The second half saw MBSG raise their game to another level, dominating proceedings and asserting their authority on the match. Dimitrios Petratos put the home side ahead with a clinical finish, showcasing his prowess in front of goal. Sahal Abdul Samad then sealed the victory for MBSG with a well-taken goal, capping off a memorable performance for the hosts.

NEUFC’s Efforts:

Despite their best efforts, NorthEast United FC found themselves unable to contain MBSG’s attacking prowess. Despite scoring two goals of their own, NEUFC ultimately fell short as MBSG’s relentless pressure proved too much to handle.

Key Moments:

The match was filled with key moments, including Liston Colaco’s equalizer, Jason Cummings’ crucial goal just before halftime, and Sahal Abdul Samad’s decisive strike in the second half. Additionally, NEUFC’s early penalty and Juric’s second goal showcased the visitors’ attacking threat.

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