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Durand Cup 2019: FC Goa vs Real Kashmir FC- Live commentary and Updates

FC Goa and Real Kashmir FC face off in a virtual quarter-final of the Durand Cup 2019
Updated: 17 August 2019 16:51 IST - Published: 17 August 2019 14:14 IST
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Thank you for tuning in and staying till the end. My name is Mohak Arora and it was a pleasure bringing you all the live updates from the match.
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It ends FC Goa 0-0 Real Kashmir. The side from Kashmir heads to semi-final courtesy of superior goal difference. Liston awarded the man of the match but the forward isn't happy as the FC Goa squad heads home after a good tournament in West Bengal.
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90+1' Free kick awarded for a hand ball from a Real Kashmir player. Kingston takes the free kick and fires it over everyone and behind for a goal kick.
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90' Kingsley through on goal but his shot is saved by Lachenpa and Real Kashmir defense clears for a FC Goa corner. Four minutes added by the fourth referee.
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88' Substitute gets substituted. Brian Mascarenhas comes on for Krizo as Real Kashmir look to hold on to their slender lead.
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84' A great passing move from FC Goa ends in a cross catched by Lachenpa. Players getting frustrated as the match goes on.
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82' Princeton Rebello shown a yellow card by the referee for improper behavior on the pitch.
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76' Last change for FC Goa made by the head coach as Aaron DSilva comes on as they still chase the crucial opener.
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73' Subash Singh races into the opposition half unchallenged but fails to get the ball in the back of the net from a tight angle.
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72' Leander DCunha was teed up 25 yards away from goal and his shot is saved by Lachenpa after a wobbly first touch.
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69' Lyngdoh is replaced by Vicky Meitei in the second change for Real Kashmir FC. Both the managers are looking to introduce fresh legs in midfield to take control of the match.
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68' Second Change for FC Goa as Nestor Dias is replaced by Hayden Fernandes.
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68' End of the third quarter of the match. Real Kashmir has heavily dominated since the start of the second half and FC Goa needs to turn the tables quickly if they want to play the semi-final of Durand Cup 2019.
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65' A long free kick from Loveday is headed towards goal by Danish Farooq but Antonio DSilva makes the crucial save for his team.
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63' Good attacking move from Real Kashmir ends with a cross delivered to Krizo who once again loses possession of the ball and lets the FC Goa team off the hook.
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59' Chances being created at either end but none of the teams are able to find a breakthrough in scoring as the match remains goalless.
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54' FC Goa Skipper Leander DCunha takes the ball off Danish Farooq with a brilliant slide tackle in the penalty box and the referee waves on signalling a fair tackle from the Goan skipper.
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53' Brian Faria is booked for a tackle on Subash Singh on the right wing. Subash Singh's free kick is cleared before it reached Krizo.
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47' The second half kicks off. A cross is delivered to Liston whose header is on target but lacks power and the Real Kashmir goalkeeper saves the effort.
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HALF TIME!! REAL KASHMIR FC 0-0 FC GOA. The Goan side had the better chances and grew into the match as it went on. They hit the woodwork through Lalawmpuia in the 23rd minute and would be hoping for a goal as Real Kashmir look content with a draw.
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44' Sarineo Fernandes has replaced Saviour Gama on the pitch. Sarineo is tricked by the bounce of the ball and ends up giving a corner to Real Kashmir. Armand Bazie gets the corner delivered to him but his punt towards goal goes a bit wide and FC Goa get a goal kick.
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40' Krizo loses possession once again as the throw in launched towards him goes out of play. The Ivory Coast forward has been wasteful in possession since coming off the bench.
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38' Subash Singh is through on goal but Brian Faria ensures that the No.12 isn't able to take on a free shot towards goal and the ball goes out for a goal kick.
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35' The battles in midfield are heating up as tackles are flying in from both the sides.
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28' Real Kashmir started brightly of the two sides but FC Goa have slowly grown into the match and had the better chances to open the scoring in the last ten minutes.
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23' WOODWORK!! Liston's ball across the six-yard box finds Lalawmpuia whose shot hits the post and then the follow up is cleared off the line by the very able Real Kashmir defense.
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No goals in the first twenty minutes in this match but Jamshedpur FC have earned an early lead against Bengaluru FC.
Follow the match here: https://www.sportskeeda.com/live/durand-cup-2019-bengaluru-fc-vs-jamshedpur-fc-live-commentary-and-updates
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18' Liston makes a darting run in the box but it all goes in vain as the Real Kashmir defense was able to keep the score goalless.
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16' Farhan Ganie gets the first yellow card of the match for a late challenge in the middle of the park.
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16' An early substitution for Real Kashmir as Gnohere Krizo replacing Aaron Katebe.
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12' Princeton Rebello puts in a nice ball for Liston but it is cleared till FC Goa skipper Leander DCunha who takes a shot from long range which goes just wide of the left post with Real Kashmir defenders sighing with relief.
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9' Liston gets a one-on-one chance against the Real Kashmir goalkeeper Lachenpa but the No.21 rises to the occasion and ensures the ball goes out for a corner.
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8' FC Goa win a corner off their first attack of the match. Liston's corner is fired wide by one of his teammates.
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6' Loveday's long free kick is headed over by one of the Real Kashmir forwards wasting the chance of taking an early lead.
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3' Real Kashmir start the brighter of the two sides in the match. They win a corner which was ultimately cleared by the FC Goa defense.
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The match kicks off
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The winner of Group C will face Mohun Bagan in the semi-final while East Bengal will face Gokulam Kerala in the other semi-final of the Durand Cup 2019.
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Real Kashmir Playing XI: Phurba Tempa Lachenpa, Muhammad Hamad, Loveday Okechukwu, Farhan Ganie, Aaron Katebe, Khalid Qayoom, Danish Farooq, Armand Bazie, Chestorpoul Lyngdow, Ritwik Kumar Das, Singam Subash Singh
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FC Goa Playing XI: Antonio Dylan DSilva (GK), Brian Faria, Saviour Gama, Leander DCunha, Lalmangaih Sanga, Princeton Rebello, Kingslee Fernandes, Nestor Dias, Flan Gomes, OP Lalawmpuia, Liston Colaco
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How they have done so far: FC Goa have fielded their youth side in the ongoing Durand Cup and the young talents have impressed so far. They defeated the defending champions Army Green 1-0 as Liston scored the solitary goal of the match. Then, they beat Chennai City FC 2-1 with Liston and Nestor Dias finding themselves on the scoring sheet for the Goan side.
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How they have done so far: Real Kashmir opener the tournament with a cagey 1-0 win over fellow I-League side Chennai City FC courtesy of a Danish Farooq goal. Then, they battered the defending champions Army Green 4-0.
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FC Goa and Real Kashmir FC face off in a virtual quarter-final of the Durand Cup 2019. While a draw would be enough for Real Kashmir to qualify due to their superior goal difference, the Indian Super League side needs a win to make it to the semi-finals.