Hyderabad FC defeated Bangalore FC with ease on Friday in an Indian Super League (ISL) 2022–23 game at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium. Breaking a goal drought of seven games.
After taking a skillfully executed free kick to open the scoring. The striker forced Sandesh Jhingan to score an own goal just before halftime. In the 90th minute, Joel Chianese off the bench to complete the victory.
The hosts kept the same starting lineup
The visitors made four changes to the team that defeated East Bengal FC last week. At the centre of the defence, Chinglensana Singh was replaced by Nim Dorjee, and Joao Victor was replaced by Borja Herrera.
Mohammad Yasir was replaced on the right wing by Rohit Danu. And Joel Chianese was benched in favour of Javier Siverio.
Within the first ten minutes, there were two chances, one at each end. From the left flank, Roshan Naorem and Javi Hernandez executed a deft one-two before Roshan’s low cross was stopped by Nikhil Poojary. At the other end, Siverio ran down the left wing while carrying the ball until Suresh Wangjam stopped him with a decent challenge.
In the 26th minute, Ogbeche broke his scoring drought by scoring the opening goal after an excellent team effort by Halicharan Narzary, Herrera, and Ogbeche to execute a well-worked free kick at the edge of the box. Prior to the seven-game skid, he scored once in the earlier season matchup between the two teams.
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