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Santosh Trophy 2018: West Bengal vs Chandigarh, Live Match Updates

West Bengal take on Chandigarh at 3 pm today.
Updated: 25 March 2018 16:58 IST - Published: 25 March 2018 14:49 IST
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Until next time !!! It's GOOD-BYE
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Hope you all have enjoyed the coverage !!! 
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Defending champions West Bengal wins their third match in a row and qualified for the semi-finals !!!!
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It's all over !!! West Bengal 1-0 Chandigarh !!! Full-Time scores
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90+2' Substitution for West Bengal: Tirthankar: OUT, Sanchayan: IN
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90' Chandigarh gets a corner but the header hits the crossbar and the rebound is also off-target !!! This was their best chance of the game, could have easily changed the fate of the game if the ball had found the back of the net !!!
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89' Tirthankar's free-kick is saved superbly by Chandigarh's goalkeeper !!!
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88' Yellow card shown to Chandigarh's Qais Khan !!!!
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85' What a shot by Tirthankar from the corner spot almost scored the second !!!
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84'Tirthankar takes an ambitious shot, but it was nowhere near the target !!!
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West Bengal desperate for a second goal, but failing to double the lead each time !!!
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Drinks Break !!!
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Substitution for West Bengal: Sumi Das: OUT, Sujay Dutta: IN
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67' West Bengal trying hard to score the second but forward Rajon couldn't convert, he only had the goalkeeper to beat !!!
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61' Sumit Das made a nice run, created space and shot, but it was off target !!!
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55' Chandigarh on the attack, earns a corner, but a weak header finds the gloves of the goalkeeper !!!
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52' Chandigarh gets a free-kick but wastes the set-piece
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What a cross from Tirthankar, but the striker failed to connect !!!
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The second half begins !!!
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First half ends, West Bengal 1-0 Chandigarh 
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4 minutes added at the end of the first half
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A good spell of play is being witnessed here, with positive attacks from both the sides !!!
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Substitution for West Bengal: Monotosh Chaklader: OUT, Hussain Khan: IN
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Monotosh Chaklader is injured and is taken off !! the injury looks serious !! a big blow to West Bengal !!!
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Chandigarh trying to squeeze out an attack through West Bengal's defenders but fails to capitalise
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The players take a drinks break on the half-hour mark !!!
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Substitute for Chandigarh: Pankaj Singh: OUT, Qais Khan: IN
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Bidyasagar almost nets the second, West Bengal dictating terms at the moment !!!
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Bidyasagar Singh's powerful left kick deflects off a defender and sails over the goalkeeper into the target !!!!
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GOAL !!!!! What a strike by Bidyasagar Singh !!!!!
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Skipper Tirthanker Sarkar acting as the link between the defence and the forwards, he is the main livewire in the midfield at the moment
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Sumit Das missed a sitter, his shot goes wide !!! By far the best chance of the game !!!
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What a shot from Tirthankar Sarkar from a free-kick, a bit more precision could have got their first goal !!!
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West Bengal dominating the game so far, but still no shots at goal !!!
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Youngster Bidyasagar Singh showing his skills and creating an attack, a promising player in the making
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We are underway the Mohun Bagan ground !!!!
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The players have made their way to the field, the match promises to be an entertaining one, with West Bengal looking to cement their place in the semi-finals, while Chandigarh will battle it out to stay in the competition.
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Chandigarh: Salman Lateef, Barjinderpal Singh, Vishal Sharma, Pankaj Singh, Deepak Kumar, Vivek Rana, Rahul, Prateek Joshi, Nitish Mehra, Harminder Singh, Nikhil Prasher
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West Bengal: Ranajit Majumder (GK), Babun Das, Bidyasagar Singh, Tirthankar Sarkar, Krishna Biswas, Monotosh Chaklader, Rajon Barman, Ankit Mukherjee, Sumit Das, Tonmoy Ghosh, Prosenjit Paul

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With minutes away from the kick-off, let us have a look at the line-ups
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The rampant Bengal side will look to use their home advantage to get the better of Chandigarh, in their third match of the main draw of the Santosh Trophy, at the Mohun Bagan Ground in Kolkata, today. 

Bengal have been on blistering form this campaign, as they romped home to a 3-0 victory against Manipur in their first match, before completing a 5-1 rout of Maharashtra. 

Despite some uncertainty over a few key players being dropped, the defending champions have managed to find their steps right from the start, and have won it all so far. Captain Jiten Murmu, who plays for Mohammedan Sporting, was not present with the squad in the lead up to the tournament but has been in form, ever since he joined them. 

Chandigarh, on the other hand, have only managed a draw against Group A’s bottom side Manipur and will be looking for a win, to give themselves a chance for semi-final qualification. 

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