ISL 2018-19, Bengaluru FC 3-0 FC Goa: 5 Talking Points - Hosts seal the top spot for regular season
#2 Miku looked devastating
Miku, who has not been at his best since his comeback from injury, proved his mettle by continuously tormenting the opponents' defence. The Venezuelan was terrorising the opposition with his terrific movements and never allowed Goa's backline to breathe properly.
The 33-year-old had plenty of shots during the first half, but those were all comfortably saved by Goa's shot-stopper Naveen Kumar. Cashing in on the momentum created from the first two goals, Bengaluru soon secured their third goal of the night when Miku's shot from outside the box gave the goalkeeper no chance to save the shot which was always creeping in.
Not only did he score the goal, but his overall game by linking up with Udanta Singh, Xisco Hernandez, Luisma was first class. When Udanta Singh was making a run behind the defenders with his breakneck pace, Miku found him with a through ball to secure the second goal for the night. Deservingly, he was awarded the Man of the Match award for that scintillating display.